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Case 2090 steering cylinder repair

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Andy R

01-26-2020 19:12:33




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I have the service manual for the Case 2090, but wondered if someone had experience rebuilding these (Case 2090 steering cylinder) and might be willing to share some pointers and/or things to look for. The book talks about using a spanner wrench to separate or unscrew the two cylinder tubes. I do not have a spanner wrench. Will a vice and a pipe wrench work OK? I do have the cylinder removed from the tractor. Thanks for any ideas. PS - I have rebuilt John Deere combine steering cylinders and throat lift cylinders.

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casetrader

01-27-2020 04:23:03




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 Re: Case 2090 steering cylinder repair in reply to Andy R, 01-26-2020 19:12:33  
i use a pipe wrench as you said,that is basicly just a extension,snap ring and seals,get the lip seal right,its not rocket science,



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Andy R

01-27-2020 07:36:43




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 Re: Case 2090 steering cylinder repair in reply to casetrader, 01-27-2020 04:23:03  
The tube that you call an extension has a couple "drain" holes in it towards the ball joint. I had oil leaking out of those holes. The oil must be passing by the seals and gland that fit in between the two tubes.



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