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WD power steering pulley on crank shaft

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NE IA

11-16-2009 20:32:35




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I need one of these, and was wondering of options and better prices that may be out there.

We haven't given up hope of finding the original one yet. I purchased the tractor in boxes from a local garage / shop.

Now if you know me, my shop is in a mess 99% of the time. But this shop has been visited by cows walking in and out, knocking things over. This is even worse when the guys dogs decide to chase the cows out of the garage--they destroy things even faster than usual.

I now can look at my shop and say that mine isn't the worst one I ever seen.

I must mention that those cows are not potty trained either.

Has anyone ever tried a altenator with a double pulley. One for powering the altenator, the other for powering the power steering pump.

I have heard that the originals may have had that type of set up.

Thanks for the leads everyone.

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greygoat

11-20-2009 06:24:34




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 Re: WD power steering pulley on crank shaft in reply to NE IA, 11-16-2009 20:32:35  
I needed an extra pully on an alternator to run
a small snowplow pump--just went to the starter-
generator-alternator rebuild shop.



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Vito

11-17-2009 16:27:30




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 Re: WD power steering pulley on crank shaft in reply to NE IA, 11-16-2009 20:32:35  
Try Mike Murphy at Linton Equipment.His # is 812-798-0813.I think he had one a while back.

Vito



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JMS/.MN

11-17-2009 10:38:48




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 Re: WD power steering pulley on crank shaft in reply to NE IA, 11-16-2009 20:32:35  
You could modify your existing one, similar to what I did to add a front mount pump. Weld a stub shaft to the center of your pulley, machine it true, and instead of adding a lovejoy or sprocket coupler, add a pulley to the shaft. Use a keyway in the shaft or drill and tap through to the existing pulley. Much cheaper than the factory pulley, but would look almost like it. I think the factory pulley is 2-300? You would lose the ability to use the hand crank. To guarantee the ability to machine a true center, mount the existing pulley on a shaft, machine the OD true, then you can use that surface, chucked in the lathe, to true up the shaft after welding it on. It does need to run true.

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bg/mo

11-17-2009 06:37:46




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 Re: WD power steering pulley on crank shaft in reply to NE IA, 11-16-2009 20:32:35  
Why don"t you just leave the power steering off till you find a pully?



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NE IA

11-17-2009 15:27:26




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 Re: WD power steering pulley on crank shaft in reply to bg/mo, 11-17-2009 06:37:46  
That is my intentions so far, just trying to jump the gun a little.

I'm a thinkin I aught to go to the salvage yard with a high power rifle and make them boys realize they are doin bad things to those old tractors. But my probation officer said it would not be in my best intrest so I guess I will have to pass on dat idea.

In reality I don't understand why they would not sell the mags, carbs etc for parts---their profits would sure be up. Even the angle iron, pipe etc. just seems unreal that they should waste so much good junk.

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stu (ON)

11-17-2009 04:42:01




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 Re: WD power steering pulley on crank shaft in reply to NE IA, 11-16-2009 20:32:35  
Here is a starting point.



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Jeff Z.

11-17-2009 05:20:52




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 Re: WD power steering pulley on crank shaft in reply to stu (ON), 11-17-2009 04:42:01  
stu{ON}, We already went down that route.
I don't think he liked the price.



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Dalex

11-16-2009 21:54:15




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 Re: WD power steering pulley on crank shaft in reply to NE IA, 11-16-2009 20:32:35  
I think I saw that kind of set up on a small diesel. The second pully ran a vacuum pump for the brake booster......



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NE IA

11-17-2009 05:29:47




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 Re: WD power steering pulley on crank shaft in reply to Dalex, 11-16-2009 21:54:15  
You are right on with that one, paid $500 for the tractor with a brand new crank / pistons rings etc. This included 95% tires on rear and power steering.

I certianly will do that if I have to, but I live only fifteen miles from a very large scrap iron place, and have seen more tractors in there than my ex-wife's attorney had papers for me.

Thanks everyone and keep on the lower trail if you happen to find something.

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Jeff Z.

11-17-2009 05:46:22




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 Re: WD power steering pulley on crank shaft in reply to NE IA, 11-17-2009 05:29:47  
If you build something that works please post some pictures. I'm sure others will like to try it on thier tractors.
It is always nice to have a good salvage yard near.
I go to one and just look at old tractors.



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