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Re: w6 power steering revisit

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01-15-2013 13:46:05

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i have a manual around somewhere for the char lynn system for the w series tractors. the assist cylinder is mounted to a steering arm, does not use the torque generator motor like the row crop tractors. i'll dig around tonight for the manual. i do have the other style manual stored on my computer if you want a copy of that. shoot me an email and i will send you the manuals.

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01-16-2013 18:20:14

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 Re: w6 power steering revisit in reply to glennster, 01-15-2013 13:46:05  
I was reading through the discussion and was a little more curious about the set up of the power steering for the W9. I have a Super W6TA and recently purchased the assist rod for the power steering, but it seems to be a little long for the W6. Wondered if there was different lengths for this or if the mounting was just farther back on the W6. Any information would be helpful. There isn't many of these wheatlands with power steering around here. you had mentioned something about the manual and wondered if there was any pictures in there of the mounting. I'm pretty sure you have sent me the one for the orbital motor and that was extremely helpful. Thanks

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01-15-2013 13:54:21

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 Re: w6 power steering revisit in reply to glennster, 01-15-2013 13:46:05  
here is a picture of my w-9 with char-lynn ps. you can see the pump and hoses on the side of the engine. the assist cylinder attaches to the long steering rod coming from the steering post along the tub.


thats the best pic i have right now of the steering set up on that tractor.

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