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ih 300 utillity steering

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09-27-2012 09:22:54

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I have a 300 utillity with a loader, and as with alot of them the steering box is going out. as the last owner had someone builod up the gears once I doubt theres much life left in the box. I was hoping to put power steering on it but to keep the wheels synchronised I would like to join the wheels together without the current gear box. I was wondering if anyone had ever done this and could offer some pictures to give me some guidence.

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09-27-2012 12:24:44

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 Re: ih 300 utillity steering in reply to jzink04, 09-27-2012 09:22:54  
I ran into the same issues when my steering box gave up. Mine was the pin on sector shaft that sheared off. Could of had it built up again. But i went and built my own power steering setup using a hydraulic steering motor, two cylinders being powered by a GM power steering pump that is engine driven. Although my steering gears are still intact, I would strongly recommend converting to power steering. Especially with a loader.

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09-27-2012 09:54:22

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 Re: ih 300 utillity steering in reply to jzink04, 09-27-2012 09:22:54  
Look up Ackerman Steering images to get a idea of the needed methods of sync.
A link from left to right, added to the existing steering arms to meet the Ackerman arm geometry would be easiest. A single link, or cylinder if hydrostatic) would then work going to one of the two existing arms in there current location. Jim

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