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What is the Difference between Parker and Bimba

What is the difference between Parker and Bimbo linear actuators. I understand that they share similar mounting setups. Thanks.

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Re: What is the Difference between Parker and Bimbo

The main difference is the manufacturer.
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Re: What is the Difference between Parker and Bimbo

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What is the difference between Parker and Bimbo linear actuators. I understand that they share similar mounting setups. Thanks.

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not much difference at all "Bimbo" offers a few cylinders free though....
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Re: What is the Difference between Parker and Bimbo

Bimba, not Bimbo.. btw.
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