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Ross steering

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09-16-2010 09:52:24

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Was doing real good getting my 41 B put back together until I got to the steering gear. It has a Ross style steering gear box and the bearings are shot. Everything else looks ok including the worm gear and shaft. Does anyone know where to get new bearings? I have looked for days and come up empty. Any help would be appreciated.

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d. coleman

09-17-2010 19:20:00

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 Re: Ross steering in reply to RalphL, 09-16-2010 09:52:24  
this company is where i got my allis chalmers manuals. good luck, d. coleman

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09-16-2010 20:20:35

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 Re: Ross steering in reply to RalphL, 09-16-2010 09:52:24  
here is the agco online page for the B. It shows the parts numbers as well as a picture. You can get to teh B ross steering page from the one im sending. a direct link to just the steering wouldnt send

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Jerry Coulter

09-16-2010 18:26:45

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 Re: Ross steering in reply to RalphL, 09-16-2010 09:52:24  
The steering gear takes 24 of the part #915904. That is the AC hardware number for a 5/16" ball.

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09-17-2010 04:38:19

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 Re: Ross steering in reply to Jerry Coulter, 09-16-2010 18:26:45  
If I can find a used race and get 24 of these bearing balls, I should be back in business. Thanks

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09-16-2010 12:55:49

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 Re: Ross steering in reply to RalphL, 09-16-2010 09:52:24  
Look at the picture in DickL's post, you can put loose ball bearings back into the race. You can hold them in place with grease while you reassemble the box.

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Dick L

09-16-2010 12:40:07

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 Re: Ross steering in reply to RalphL, 09-16-2010 09:52:24  
How Shot is it? I have gone to the hardware store and bought a new ball or replaced them all.

Here is where I just replaced one.

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09-17-2010 04:35:18

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 Re: Ross steering in reply to Dick L, 09-16-2010 12:40:07  
The unit must had water in it (and no grease) for many years. The end bearing cup is rusted and pitted, not usable. The other one can probably be salvaged.

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Dick L

09-17-2010 13:41:46

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 Re: Ross steering in reply to RalphL, 09-17-2010 04:35:18  
Just a suggestion but the cone/cups for the bottom and the top are the same. If you put the good one on the bottom and have a way to grind out/ smooth up the pits and put it on top it could be shimmed down to where it might work. Shims are how the bearings for that are set any way. Not seeing what your are dealing with it is idea only.

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09-16-2010 11:36:21

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 Re: Ross steering in reply to RalphL, 09-16-2010 09:52:24  
Did you try the AGCO dealer? even if they can no longer get them, having the part numbers MAY aid in a 'net search to find the bearings.

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09-16-2010 12:10:14

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 Re: Ross steering in reply to Bob, 09-16-2010 11:36:21  
No, I havn"t tried AGCO. I don"t have the part numbers. I am in need of a parts guide, just not sure where to get one.

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