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Re: Behlen Power Steering

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Dude with a 300

10-02-2013 08:39:14

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[quote="D Slater"](quoted from post at 14:57:57 10/02/13) I wouldn,t give very much for one of those priority valves without a return guarantee because a lot of them are worn and don't work correct now. quote]

What does a priority valve look like? Is there an aftermarket one?


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D Slater

10-02-2013 11:02:16

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 Re: Behlen Power Steering in reply to Dude with a 300, 10-02-2013 08:39:14  
In the IH set up the priority valve is in the block that bolts on the steering support post toward the front of the tractor and replaces the one already there. Also contains the pressure regulator and safety valve system. Also need the control valve that goes to the support post and a passage plug. Also fittings and a U shaped pipe. Yes they can be rebuilt. Aftermarket priority valves come in various shapes, sizes and pressure ratings and would need to be plumbed into the existing line from the pump to the reservoir. Then the pressure outlets plumbed to the steering unit and hydraulic pressure line. Return line from the steering unit would go to the drain opening on the reservoir. If its a priority valve with its own relief valve a extra line would need to go to the return.

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IH fan

10-02-2013 08:48:44

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 Re: Behlen Power Steering in reply to Dude with a 300, 10-02-2013 08:39:14  

Tractor Supply has them, so I imagine other farm supply places do too. Cessna used to make some good ones, but don't know what they (Eaton) currently make. Mail order places like Northern Hydraulics also has them. Need one that is sized to handle the capacity of the pump, and is either adjustable or splits off about 2 to 2.5gpm for the PS on the priority side.
This post was edited by IH fan at 08:49:13 10/02/13.

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