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Re: JD 60 power steering

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01-27-2013 09:31:56

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Looks very similar to the overhaul of my JD 50 which was leaking. Did not have any trouble with the shaft and pedestal. Most of the leakage on mine was due to the cork seal. When I replaced the vanes I also put in new pins as they get a lot of wear going back and forth and can get out of round. I show friends of the mine pictures of the steering pedestal and they can't believe how strong John Deere engineered the two cylinder steering setup. Guess that is why they can last for 50-70 years without rebuilding. Went to JD dealership and order a case of John Deere 2 cylinder power steering fluid and was good to go.

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01-27-2013 09:59:08

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 Re: JD 60 power steering in reply to jturbo10, 01-27-2013 09:31:56  
Thanks for the reply, just not sure what it will take to get the quills to break loose.
I think they must come loose as the shaft comes loose from the gear, right?? Maybe time for some heat.,

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01-27-2013 10:13:04

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 Re: JD 60 power steering in reply to JWuertz, 01-27-2013 09:59:08  

That gear is all that holds the spindle in place. Keep working at it, heating that gear might help.

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