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crw

03-13-2011 16:34:24




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I posted a message on 12/27/2010 about a power steering cylinder for a Case 200B. I need the cylinder for my tractor. I received a reply from JRTNC that he thought he may have one. I replied to his message and got no response. If anyone has an idea of where I can get a cylinder, let me know on this forum. I can respond via e-mail or phone. I am located in northeast Kansas. The cylinder that I need is the one that mounts to the front axle.

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Fred Goodrich

03-14-2011 05:06:56




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 Re: 200B power steering in reply to crw, 03-13-2011 16:34:24  
We repair those cylinders orI have them to sell. What's wrong with yours? Thanx Howard, Fred



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crw

03-14-2011 19:05:18




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 Re: 200B power steering in reply to Fred Goodrich, 03-14-2011 05:06:56  
Fred, the cylinder leaks. I resealed it 2 years ago and I could not move the piston by hand then. When I put it back on the tractor, it worked better than it did before I resealed it, but still did not work right. It had been setting outside for several years without the lines connected and was full of water when I bought the tractor.



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Joe (Wa)

03-13-2011 18:31:21




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 Re: 200B power steering in reply to crw, 03-13-2011 16:34:24  
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If you can"t find a Case cylinder, the power steering cylinder on the 700 & 900 tractors and some later Ford pick-ups is a drop in replacement w/o modification. Ford tractor cylinders were mounted up on the the left side of the engine and seem to have survived in greater nrs than the Case cylinders mounted down in front of axle. Pic is one I installed on my 310 a couple of years ago.

Some parts are interchangeable but the control valve spool has larger ends in way of the seals.
Seal kits are avail via CNH, 2 oddball seals originally worth about a buck apiece are provided for the mere pittance of $71+tax+shipping.

Cylinders were manufactured by Bendix. Some OEM parts on Fleabay.

Joe

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HOWARD FRY

03-13-2011 17:39:31




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 Re: 200B power steering in reply to crw, 03-13-2011 16:34:24  
Hi CRW , You can try Goodrich Tractor Parts in Newark Valley, N.Y. He's a big Case Dealer of old parts, I cant beleive he wouldn't have what you need, I have a case 530 with the same setup. good luck



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mEl

03-14-2011 05:42:28




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 Re: 200B power steering in reply to HOWARD FRY, 03-13-2011 17:39:31  
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Howard Fry, where are you located?? I know a Fry from the Williamsport Penna. area who has a 530 also but I have always known him as Howdy. mEl



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crw

03-13-2011 17:02:58




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 Re: 200B power steering in reply to crw, 03-13-2011 16:34:24  
I also need a wiring diagram for the charging system. It is a 6 volt, positive ground system. I want to keep it original if possible. The mice destroyed to wiring before I bought the tractor.



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