Don't Know What Gas Cylinder I Need - Heavy Duty

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Heavy Duty Universal Chair Gas Lift Cylinder Pneumatic Shock

This is a HEAVY-DUTY gas piston for BIGGER People.  Are you a big and tall person and need a heavier duty gas lift for your chair?  Are you fat??  Did  your current gas cylinder not last very long?  Well, you can either have surgery, go on a diet, or get this universal gas lift that can tolerate your rubenesque figure. 

Our heavy-duty gas shock will fit most office chairs.  If you don't know which company manufactured your chair, or if it's a no-name brand chair, chances are this cylinder will work.  If it doesn't fit, we offer a full refund.  The only cost to you is the price to mail it back!!

If you bought your chair at an office supply superstore like Staples or Office Max, it's very likely this universal gas cylinder replacement will work. Works as a replacement chair lift on most models of the following brands:  Global, Lane, Serta, Humanscale, Novimex, Realspace, Broyhill, Lazyboy Lazy Boy, Sealy, Globe, SC Turnstone, Vogel Peterson, Office Star Chair, Suspa, Pottery Barn, Kimball, Chairworks office chairs, Workpro chair and more!

Please note: our telescoping lift cover will fit over this gas cylinder, click here for more information....

  • Warrantied for 2 years
  • Comes with an outer cylinder and an inner shaft.  Outer black cylinder can be removed

This universal chair piston is 2" in diameter and the black part is approximately 9" long.  This cylinder can be used with or without the black column included.  Shaft has a 1" diameter.  Please see video below for instructions on removing the retaining clip to use the inner cylinder only.

How to remove black outer column to utilize inner cylinder and bearing assembly:




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To remove most gas shocks, you need a rubber mallet with a wood buffer to bang out the 5 star base from the bottom. To remove the shaft from the mechanism under the seat, use a pipe wrench with a "twist and pull" motion. For a stubborn cylinder shaft in the mechanism, you can try applying a little lubricant.




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