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matt p

02-01-2013 07:29:28

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I"ve got a small leak in power steering hose,it was rubbing against starter.Can I put a splice in it or is their a repair kit? Can I go to a hydraulic shop and get another hose or does it have come from Massey thanks

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Tom from Buckeye Lake

02-01-2013 14:47:52

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 Re: power steering 202 in reply to matt p, 02-01-2013 07:29:28  
I had a hydraulic shop make new lines for my 150. 1/3 the cost of OEM. The fittings were inverted flair, like auto brake and fuel lines.

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matt p

02-01-2013 08:44:38

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 Re: power steering 202 in reply to matt p, 02-01-2013 07:29:28  
The hose is the one that comes from the bottom of the power steering pump going to the steering under the dash ,what kind of pressure does this run at?

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02-01-2013 08:04:12

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 Re: power steering 202 in reply to matt p, 02-01-2013 07:29:28  
Are you talking about the lines going to the cylinder? They are pressure hoses. Too much pressure for a hose clamp type splice. They are a tight bend where they attach to cylinder. I doubt if a hose shop could duplicate exactly. We bought new ones from Agco a couple of years ago. They were available at that time. Not cheap but they fit correctly.

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02-01-2013 07:35:04

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 Re: power steering 202 in reply to matt p, 02-01-2013 07:29:28  
Not sure that the fittings are available to just get a hose made up, you might have to try and splice. There is a 202 power steering post here from last week or so, have a look at it. There is something unique about the angle of the fittings. Certainly the best way to go would be a new hose but I'm not sure that is an option.
This post was edited by Inno at 07:36:10 02/01/13.

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