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Stearing solution on my 1070

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Kurt-Alli Pulle

08-29-2007 21:27:42




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Im running a 1070 case. I just purchased a triple disc clutch and solid input shaft. This means i can no longer run the hydrolic pump i need for my brakes and my stearing. Anyone else got through this dilema before? Im thinking of rigging up some sort of electric over hydrolic pump to stear. Im not sure yet. Any suggestions?




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4435

08-30-2007 20:28:24




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 I want to hear about the Trans Conversion u Did in reply to Kurt-Alli Puller, 08-29-2007 21:27:42  
I have never heard of this shaft and clutch tell me more. Tom



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Thad

08-30-2007 08:13:22




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 Re: Stearing solution on my 1070 in reply to Kurt-Alli Puller, 08-29-2007 21:27:42  
The easy way is to find a auxillary hyd pump from a 1570. It mounts on the right front side of the engine in the hole that is currently pluged. Thad



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Kurt-AllisPuller

08-30-2007 21:10:27




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 Re: Stearing solution on my 1070 in reply to Thad, 08-30-2007 08:13:22  
The input shaft runs the hydrolic pump inside the rearend housing. With the new input shaft i can no longer do this so i loose anything that runs off hydrolics.



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Thad

08-31-2007 10:43:38




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 Re: Stearing solution on my 1070 in reply to Kurt-AllisPuller, 08-30-2007 21:10:27  
I understand what you are getting into. This auxillary pump runs off the timing gears of the engine. All you have to do is plumb it up to make it work. If you want give me a call and i can give you more ideas. Thad 417 425 9823



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Thad

08-31-2007 10:43:14




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 Re: Stearing solution on my 1070 in reply to Kurt-AllisPuller, 08-30-2007 21:10:27  
I understand what you are getting into. This auxillary pump runs off the timing gears of the engine. All you have to do is plumb it up to make it work. If you want give me a call and i can give you more ideas. Thad



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Eagle Doc

08-30-2007 07:48:04




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 Re: Stearing solution on my 1070 in reply to Kurt-Alli Puller, 08-29-2007 21:27:42  
I can give you several suggestions. My email is open.



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