The PS is a complete unit on a 350. The 300 (or 350 for that matter) manual box is not strong enough as it is let alone putting a power assist on the input. Look to Jackson Power Steering dot com for a great way to do it. A linkage type booster is best, using the original manual gears for side to side coordination. Jim
Re: 300 Utility Power Steering in reply to Dude with a 300, 11-22-2012 03:57:37
I do not know current pricing,(no dog in that race)I do know it depends strongly on the model and condition of existing Original equipment. The Jackson site has resources and is responsive. A combine steering system (from many self propelled combines that are obsolete or fence row challenged) are adaptable with mechanical and hydraulic competency on the part of the tractor owner. Probably less than 300$ if salvaged by you. Jim
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