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Bob N.Y.

06-05-2013 17:20:45

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We learned all about this the hard way. What you need are shorter arms on top of the spindles like the later model tractors have.

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Brendon Warren

06-05-2013 18:01:57

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 Re: Massey 65 steering in reply to Bob N.Y., 06-05-2013 17:20:45  
Okay so I just checked out the serial number and it shows to be a 1958 and the other one I have is a 1964 and the arms on the both of them appear to be the same so that being said the arm that works off of the power is what is hitting the shaft on the pump. Is there a different arm that goes on the steering itself. I also have a high arch 65 1959 and the arm on the power steering looks to be the same, but the ones on the spindles do appear to be lower. I have a spare power steering set up and front end off of a donor tractor but Im not seeing alot of difference between any of them, they all look like they would hit with a front pump installed. So if I had a shorter arm on the power steering it might clear, is there such a thing? Thanks for the input just trying to work this out. Where in NY are you from Bob I'm in northern NY about an hour above Watertown on the Canadian border.

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Bob N.Y.

06-06-2013 15:50:16

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 Re: Massey 65 steering in reply to Brendon Warren, 06-05-2013 18:01:57  
We had a 1960 65 high arch years ago that we tried to put a front pump on and had the same problem that you are having. I have a 1964 65 standard now. The arms on top of the spindles of the '64 are definitely shorter than the '60. I live in Herkimer Co. now but I am originally from northern Jefferson Co.

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