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Re: Power Steering

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11-26-2012 11:07:17

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Agreeing with below statements.

MOST guys I hear that have the power steering off of the live hydraulics like you are wanting to do wished they had the power steering separate with it's own reservoir. If I were doing power steering,it would have it's own seperate pump and resevoir.

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brian brooks

11-26-2012 16:32:58

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 Re: Power Steering in reply to mike1972chev, 11-26-2012 11:07:17  
Could this be done with a behlen ps motor? I have one off a massey 44 and would like to put it on my farmall m if so what pe pump would you use. Also sorry for the hi-jack

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IH fan

11-26-2012 14:30:48

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 Re: Power Steering in reply to mike1972chev, 11-26-2012 11:07:17  
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One thing I have considered doing is to install a priority flow divider in the pressure line of the loader pump. Mine has a crankshaft driven pump for the loader and it's really a little too large for the loader... loader moves faster than it needs to. Then operate the PS off that pump, so the 3 point works better, or I would hope it does. The flow divider that is now on it may not handle the total flow from the loader pump, so I may have to get a larger one that still has 3 gpm priority. I get by the way it is, so I doubt I'll mess with it. I've also thought of getting a smaller pump for the loader since the shaft seal leaks on this one anyway. Sure wish I still had acsess to the parts I had 20+ years ago :( I'd do a lot of updating on this thing.

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11-26-2012 15:45:31

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 Re: Power Steering in reply to IH fan, 11-26-2012 14:30:48  
You could even get a manually adjustable flow divider and "steal" enough oil flow from your loader pump to run the power steering like you are saying.

I just know I personally would NEVER do a flow divider off of the original "live" pump on the tractor from what all I have studied about it.

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