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Re: Late 63' MF 202

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06-13-2013 07:08:04

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I've never taken one of the cylinders apart but I believe they thread apart. You'd likely have to find a hydraulic or machine shop that stocks a selection of packing and seals/orings etc. to get you what you need to rebuild it.
As far as the steering goes, if it's a lot of work to turn the wheels, chances are the power steering isn't working at all. When I got my 202 the power steering had been disconnected. Many of the parts are not available new so you'd have to find a source of used parts. These can get expensive very quickly. I built my own fully hydrostatic power steering for mine running off the loader hydraulics. It works like a charm, one finger steering even loaded with a bucket full of gravel etc. It ended up being less than half the price of rebuilding it with original parts and probably works better.
Glad you got it running, now you can get it home and do some work on it and eventually with it.

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06-13-2013 18:55:21

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 Re: Late 63' MF 202 in reply to Inno, 06-13-2013 07:08:04  
It's home now...minus 90% of the L/R tire tread...and all but a few cups of what remained in the hydraulics. I'm afraid it left quite the puddle on the trailer when having to hold the control to lift the bucket while loading...and made the pool bigger when unloading as the tire tried its damnedest to make that back corner go off the ramp. Got it off safely though.
The plus side to the leak? least a quarter of the trailers planking won't rot anytime soon.

The steering seems like its low more than anything else...since it does have a smooth spot in it. However the first order of business is the bled-like-a-stuck-pig (and then some) lift cylinder. :shock: After unloading during the last 10 feet of backing into the spot it might occupy for the next few months now that I can take my time with it...the loader barely lifted an inch.

The tip threads off which will greatly aid in fixing I only need to pull the pin connecting it to the arm to remove the end.

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