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Re: Industrial radius rods on Ag tractor

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02-26-2013 21:26:04

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Hello Jim , You have to install the the Tie Rods , Radius Rods , Front Bolster and complete Front Axle on your 850 AG Tractor to use the Power Steering as a kit from a Light Duty Industrial tractor . Everything is longer to push the axle farther forward to get more lifting capacity from the newer and stronger loaders Ford was building at that time . Thanks Tony

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02-26-2013 21:44:26

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 Re: Industrial radius rods on Ag tractor in reply to TONY JACOBS, 02-26-2013 21:26:04  
Thanks for the info! Looks like this one won't be available to part out. My b-i-l bought it for snow duty.

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02-27-2013 06:09:23

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 Re: Industrial radius rods on Ag tractor in reply to Jim.UT, 02-26-2013 21:44:26  
Sounds like your bil got a good deal.
Just fyi the ps steering box, ps pump and hyd lines are direct replacements on your 850. With a little ingenuity the ps cylinders will also work. Mainly what you would have needed to put that system on your tractor would be the ag style ps radius rods and the ag ps tie rods.
Or as Tony said the whole kit and kaboodle - ind. axle, bolster, r rods and tie rods.

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