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Posted by elondt on December 12, 2004 at 09:41:45 from (220.127.116.11):
I am upgrading my late father"s JD model 60 as my first stab at fixing up an old tractor. It has a Char Lynn power steering unit with a non-standard truck PS pump he had mounted on the right side driven off the shaft. I would like to put a pump and bracket on the left side more like I remember the original conversion kit utilized. Does anyone have information on one of these installations and parts? Or, does anyone have the capacity/pressures required to drive the steering unit and/or a suitable pump to substitute.
Also, I was told that a there is a pump that will mount between the governor drive and the distributor making a more finished-looking installation. Is anyone familiar with such a pump and drive? Was that a suitable/reliable arrangement? Is it likely to cause problems with the governor, or distributor?
Thanks for your assistance...
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