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Re: 444 massey steering problem

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Mike in Mn.

01-16-2013 10:00:02

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I am no expert, but I have worked on a few of these. First of all, are you talking about a factory power steering narrow front?? If so, there should be a flow divider or priority valve in the system to power the unit. It will take a portion of the hydraulic flow and divert it to the power steering system, it also has it's own relief valve right in the unit. The steering sector should be adjustable to take out the slack and wobble in the front wheels, there should be an adjustment to take the play out of the input shaft, the worn spot on the shaft can be repaired with a speedy sleeve, available where you buy bearings and seals. If this unit is being run directly off the tractor hydraulics without a flow divider, I would say there is too much pressure and flow going to it. You should get a manual to see how it can be adjusted, good luck on our project.

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jeff janke

01-19-2013 08:21:45

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 Re: 444 massey steering problem in reply to Mike in Mn., 01-16-2013 10:00:02  
mike is it possible that my brother can have your phone number so idont have to be the in between person he doesnt have internet he lives near frazee mn thank you

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Mike in Mn.

01-19-2013 19:45:31

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 Re: 444 massey steering problem in reply to jeff janke, 01-19-2013 08:21:45  
Sure 763-479-2928 If no answer, leave a message and I will call back.

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