Specifications subject to change without notice or incurring obligation 5 5.25 5-22-13 Longstroke ™ — Multi-Power ® Cylinders EE 0.25 JJ FF PM Port locations in line with slot B M SM Port locations 90 to slot HH GG Male Rod Thread Option Single Rod -MR Double Rod, Rod End Only -MR Double Rod, Cap End Only -MR1 Double Rod, Rod & Cap Ends -MR2 Double Rod Option -DR Rubber Bumpers Option Rod End only -BF Cap End only -BR Both Rod & Cap Ends -BFR A rubber doughnut is bonded to the cylinder head to act as the piston stop and absorb the impact of the piston. This reduces noise and absorbs energy, thus reducing damage to the cylinder and tooling due to pounding. Standard rubber mass will compress and give full stroke at 60 to 80 psi. This mass can be adjusted to meet your specific pressure and/or dynamic load requirements requirements Rubber Bumpers Thread Thread Rod Stud Loctite ® No Relief No Weakness .25 + Stroke Typical for all bores all mounting styles Bore Thread 2" 1/2–20 x 1.00 2 1/2" 1/2–20 x 1.00 3" 1/2–20 x 1.00 4" 1/2–20 x 1.00 EE 1.25 1.63 1.63 2.00 FF .38 .50 .50 .63 GG Pin .3745 .4995 .4995 .6245 HH 0.69 0.97 0.97 1.22 JJ 1.48 1.86 1.86 2.24 M .38 .50 .50 .63 Bore 2" 2-1/2" 3" 4" GG Hole .376 .501 .501 .626 B 0.75 1.00 1.00 1.25 Oil filled powdered metal Pivot Pin Bushings are standard. Pivot Pin, 416 stainless steel Lockrings, plated steel Round Head Clevis Mount Option Specify mounting option Ports in line with slot PM Ports 90° to slot SM Pivot pin and retaining lockrings are included as standard. Accessories: See page 5.27 Eye Bracket Kits Rod Clevises Standard piston rod and rod bushing on both ends of the cylinder. Use when attachment to both ends of the cylinder is required, or to indicate piston position location. Also see Option –E on page 5.28. A high strength stud is threaded into the standard female rod end and retained with Loctite ® . This method eliminates the small diameter thread relief area normally required when machining male threads. This provides a much stronger rod end which can be repaired, rather than replacing the complete rod, should the thread be damaged.