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Yep, and a beautiful one at that ... pic of Mick's bird from the FB group.

Yest it is
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Thanks for reply, my bird was shipped 18 months ago, sitting on the kerb side is not such a pain, however we spend most of our time on the road in mainland Europe so all good
Since you spend a lot of time across the channel then you should know that you have a Bird owner in Germany, the land of my birth. Anyway, Ernst has a Wanderlodge different than yours, but again, he may be someone to reach out to in case of trouble.

Ernst W. Sittig MSc
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The nut on the top of the jack is what needs to be removed to access the "o" rings. It is held on with an excessive amount of lock tight. You need to use a torch to melt the lock tight and with a large headed screwdriver and a box end wrench, it can be removed. Use air to separate the cylinder from the outer piece, not too much air, after the nut is backed off to near removal. There are 3 square "o" rings inside and one "o" ring under the nut. As was said, any hydraulic shop should have the "o" rings in stock, as it is a standard item.
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