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MF245 Power Steering

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03-05-2018 16:15:04

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I was moving some dirt this weekend with my 245 and one of the power steering hoses busted. Needless to say I had to drive it back to the barn with the rear brakes. The hoses seem to be crimped to the steel lines coming from the steering column. Is there a way to replace the hoses only or do I have to replace the hoses and steel lines?

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03-05-2018 21:45:50

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 Re: MF245 Power Steering in reply to Bobbyj0908, 03-05-2018 16:15:04  
I just had mine done, recrimped new rubber sections. Several shops around here can make rubber lines but only 1 locally can recrimp the rubber/metal. If you are are in a bind maybe just get a rubber hose on it and keep the metal one to fix right later.

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03-05-2018 19:06:13

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 Re: MF245 Power Steering in reply to Bobbyj0908, 03-05-2018 16:15:04  
If it were mine I would remove the whole hose assembly and take it to a place that repairs hydraulic hoses and have them make one for you. Did that for a 255 and it worked fine.

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03-06-2018 06:52:07

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 Re: MF245 Power Steering in reply to MF#1, 03-05-2018 19:06:13  
Ok. Thanks for the suggestions.

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