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Many older tractors did not have "Brand Specific"
power steering, but were retrofitted by generic
aftermarket suppliers sold through implement
dealers. Thus it"s hard to know what you"ve got.
If it"s got a "Torque Generator" type unit cut
into a steering shaft, it may be "Char-Lynn", the
most popular aftermarket brand. Char-Lynn was
driven off of the internal tractor hydraulics,or
by a stand alone belt driven pump. Or, you may have a Auto or truck system added on.
If it was factory, you"ll have to do some research
to come up with diagrams, and part numbers. The Experts on the Oliver-Cockshutt part of Y/T may
be able to help you more.
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