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SMTA charlyn power steering

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farmhand

07-05-2016 06:50:22




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Does anyone know where you can find the wedge for the torque generator that fits behind the gauge mount? I have seen them for sale somewhere but can't seem to find one anywhere now. I am in need of one to get the correct angle one my torque generator.




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BarnyardEngineering

07-06-2016 05:34:04




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 Re: SMTA charlyn power steering in reply to farmhand, 07-05-2016 06:50:22  
No wedge. You change out that bracket for one built with the proper angle.



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hayfarmer

07-05-2016 13:00:48




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 Re: SMTA charlyn power steering in reply to farmhand, 07-05-2016 06:50:22  
Not sure if wedge was used on SMTA. I put Charlyn sustem on my SMTA abut a year ago. Guage bracket I got lined up ok with no wedge used. I also did not have to modify hood to get PS unit to fit. I did have to modify the gage bracket a little as one of the holes for gage was not quite big enough.



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Bob M

07-05-2016 13:43:37




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 Re: SMTA charlyn power steering in reply to hayfarmer, 07-05-2016 13:00:48  
No wedge needed on both my SM's - torque motor fit up fine with the bracket provided. I did however have to open up one of the gage holes a bit (I think for the temp gage) for the gage to fit.



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D Slater

07-05-2016 08:08:59




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 Re: SMTA charlyn power steering in reply to farmhand, 07-05-2016 06:50:22  
They make wedges for a H or SH, don't know about a SMTA. Only SMTA I know of is the complete gage bracket. Maybe a wedge I don't know about though.



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FastFarmall

07-05-2016 19:30:23




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 Re: SMTA charlyn power steering in reply to D Slater, 07-05-2016 08:08:59  
I took the hood of my 51 M, that has a charlyn power steering on it, and the torque generator is bolted right too the bracket. I have the U joint on one end ,the male/female splined coupler on the other, so no need for it on a M.. I realize the SMTA is 6 inches longer tractor.



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