Thank you Sir, it has the bolts. I believe it is the Wooster pump if that helps with the type. The ram piston has no o rings or washers but has two metal rings like an engine's piston. Something I'm curious about is, under the red and grey paint the tractor seems to be yellow. I have a repro brochure showing a yellow model industrial tractor. I wonder if this makes a difference in part listings?
Re: power steering cylinder o rings MF 65 in reply to Larry in WNY, 11-21-2013 09:39:10
any idea why the different color? Have you noticed that any "normal" parts do not fit? By the way, I had a headlight that was not working but tested good with ohm meter. Found a brass grounding tang that has to contact the metal housing for the bulb to work. The bulb had been installed 180 degrees from factory and the tang couldn't touch metal. I recently made a bracket and installed an alternator, saved the dynamo for later rewind.
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