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neighbor's 5050 power steering leak

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08-17-2019 06:59:24

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He asked me to look at it. I assume that it must be the actuator. Seal kits are $151. Will it require any special tools to dis assemble it? Is it a job for a repair shop?

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08-19-2019 05:58:05

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 Re: neighbor's 5050 power steering leak in reply to sde, 08-17-2019 06:59:24  
Good luck with AGCO, a few years ago they wanted over $1,000 just for the cylinder rebuild kit.

I get all my 5050 parts from Rick's Ag Parts.


I didn't need a spanner wrench.

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08-19-2019 00:17:24

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 Re: neighbor's 5050 power steering leak in reply to sde, 08-17-2019 06:59:24  
Might want to check with Import Tractor they'd have the parts you need at a much better price than AGCO most likely.

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08-18-2019 20:19:10

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 Re: neighbor's 5050 power steering leak in reply to sde, 08-17-2019 06:59:24  
I looked at it today. The actuator is leaking. I am going to call the local dealer for some more info. They are 30 miles away, but I will probably fix it myself.
I will need to make a spanner wrench to remove the end cap. I assume that it would be easier to remove or at least loosen while it is still on the tractor.

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08-17-2019 16:05:26

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 Re: neighbor's 5050 power steering leak in reply to sde, 08-17-2019 06:59:24  
Could be the pump, lines, or cylinder. I've done all on my 5050 for about $500 in parts. All are entry level tractor repairs. Get the book to get it right, you never know what PO did.

When done right it is one finger steering with an allis 400 loader.

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08-17-2019 09:24:08

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 Re: neighbor's 5050 power steering leak in reply to sde, 08-17-2019 06:59:24  
Never know until you check it out,bought a David Brown 990 leaking around the steering motor everyone thought the motor was leaking a half a turn on one of the fittings and
the leak stopped.Look for the simple/cheap stuff first.

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