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Different size Ross Steering Boxes for CA

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Brent in WI

06-16-2014 11:00:54

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Went to buy a replacement Ross steering box for the CA from a guy and the box he had was smaller in size with only one pin on the sector arm versus the two that came off the CA. He said it came off a CA however. It looks like it will bolt in fine but I"m concerned of the size not being beefy enough to turn the CA like the original Rosses. (My box had badly worn pins and worm gear) The book only mentions one size Ross box with the two pins. Will this smaller box work and turn the front end just as easy as an original larger Ross or did I just waste my money? What would this have originally come off of? Thanks for any responses.

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06-16-2014 16:59:03

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 Re: Different size Ross Steering Boxes for CA in reply to Brent in WI, 06-16-2014 11:00:54  
I am thing the out put shaft is larger on the CA than the C .

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Dick L

06-17-2014 09:17:30

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 Re: Different size Ross Steering Boxes for CA in reply to Ralph1111, 06-16-2014 16:59:03  
Yes they have a different spline and will need the proper arm.

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Dick L

06-16-2014 15:37:43

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 Re: Different size Ross Steering Boxes for CA in reply to Brent in WI, 06-16-2014 11:00:54  
You have a C steering box. It will be as good on a CA as they were on a C as long as your not spending a lot of time pulling left and right keeping cultivators that hang out front on the rows.

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