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841 power steering rebuild help needed

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William Fissell

05-10-2014 10:07:05
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Hi,

841, was leaking fluid out f the "breather" below the control valve.

Ultradog was correct- the lower seal was trashed.

So was the steering column ;(

see pics

I could eihter replace, have it welded up and ground down,. or hope that the tope 3/16 inch is smooth where the seal bears on it.

Your thoughts?

thanks!

Bill

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Texas!

05-10-2014 15:23:51
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 Re: 841 power steering rebuild help needed in reply to William Fissell, 05-10-2014 10:07:05  
The speedi-sleeve that is the correct ID for this application is only 5/16" long. You won't have to polish down very much of the rust to install that sleeve.



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Ultradog MN

05-10-2014 16:46:40
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 Re: 841 power steering rebuild help needed in reply to Texas!, 05-10-2014 15:23:51  
Alan,
Are you saying there is a speedy sleeve for this?



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Texas!

05-10-2014 17:10:26
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 Re: 841 power steering rebuild help needed in reply to Ultradog MN, 05-10-2014 16:46:40  
Yes.
The lower sealing surface (the one in the photo) measures 1.250" and the sleeve is number 99125. The upper sealing surface measures .875" and is sleeve number 99087.



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Ultradog MN

05-10-2014 17:44:31
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 Re: 841 power steering rebuild help needed in reply to Texas!, 05-10-2014 17:10:26  
Great info!
Thanks.



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soundguy

05-10-2014 15:01:53
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 Re: 841 power steering rebuild help needed in reply to William Fissell, 05-10-2014 10:07:05  
and if they do have a speedi sleave for it. mix up some epoxy and slater it on before seating the sleeve to fill in all the porous area under it. of course remove all the rust first. chemical or wire wheel...


one of the FEW times I will ever suggest epoxy as a part of a fix on these old tractors..



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Ultradog MN

05-10-2014 13:32:47
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 Re: 841 power steering rebuild help needed in reply to William Fissell, 05-10-2014 10:07:05  
I would bring it in to your local bearing house and have them measure it and check to see if you can get a speedy sleeve for it.
If you can let us know. Others may need the info in the future.



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mhb@ufe

05-10-2014 13:11:42
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 Re: 841 power steering rebuild help needed in reply to William Fissell, 05-10-2014 10:07:05  
Have it repaired or replace it. It will not hold a seal so don't waste your time putting it back the way it is.

Mark



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William Fissell

05-11-2014 12:06:43
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 Re: 841 power steering rebuild help needed in reply to mhb@ufe, 05-10-2014 13:11:42  
I'll look up the sleeve. We have a good bearing house here in nashville.

How would you go about turning it down? I don't have a lathe.



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