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Another Char-Lynn power steering question

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Super A

09-27-2016 09:14:48




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I'm purchasing a M that does not have power steering. It's going underneath a 2MH picker and I'd like to add a Char-Lynn torque generator to it. I've seen several posts about adapting different power steering pumps to run the torque generator, can anyone provide some NAPA numbers for these units? I'm most interested in the 50s era Cadillac pumps but the ones I find new online are pretty spendy. I'd like to set it up like the pic.

thanks,
Al

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PretendFarmer

09-28-2016 07:36:21




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 Re: Another Char-Lynn power steering question in reply to Super A, 09-27-2016 09:14:48  
I'm aware of that. So you need it to be live then.



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PretendFarmer

09-28-2016 03:37:51




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 Re: Another Char-Lynn power steering question in reply to Super A, 09-27-2016 09:14:48  
Couldn't you run the torque motor off the belly pump?



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Super A

09-28-2016 05:14:59




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 Re: Another Char-Lynn power steering question in reply to PretendFarmer, 09-28-2016 03:37:51  
Belly pump is not live, so no power steering unless the clutch is not depressed.

Al



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notjustair

09-27-2016 20:32:25




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 Re: Another Char-Lynn power steering question in reply to Super A, 09-27-2016 09:14:48  
The one bad thing about your plan...

I have Char Lynn power steering on my M and it's the best thing since sliced bread. I put all new seals in the pump and torque motor when I put the tractor in service years ago. There aren't any leaks. Good thing - the hood has to come off to check the fluid with the reservoir up there. That might be a real main with a mounted picker.

Make sure you have a tight system. Taking off the muffler and climbing over that picker will get old really fast.

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Johninmn

09-27-2016 13:27:14




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 Re: Another Char-Lynn power steering question in reply to Super A, 09-27-2016 09:14:48  
Where are you at? I might still have one identical to your picture id part with pretty easily.



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Super A

09-27-2016 19:53:06




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 Re: Another Char-Lynn power steering question in reply to Johninmn, 09-27-2016 13:27:14  
I'm in eastern North Carolina.

thanks,
Al



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glennster

09-27-2016 11:55:37




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 Re: Another Char-Lynn power steering question in reply to Super A, 09-27-2016 09:14:48  
the napa number for that pump is NSP846551. it fits a 64 ford mustang. it does not come with the resevoir. there is a filter that fits in the resevoir, that is napa part number 1653. the pump uses the old type A transmission fluid.



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Super A

09-27-2016 20:09:20




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 Re: Another Char-Lynn power steering question in reply to glennster, 09-27-2016 11:55:37  
How about a number for the reservoir?

thanks,
Al



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glennster

09-28-2016 12:37:01




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 Re: Another Char-Lynn power steering question in reply to Super A, 09-27-2016 20:09:20  
napa doesnt have the resevoir available, you have to use your old one. problem is , if you dont have an old one.



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glennster

09-27-2016 11:58:24




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 Re: Another Char-Lynn power steering question in reply to glennster, 09-27-2016 11:55:37  
if you look on ebay there are several of the eaton pumps for sale, there is a used one with the resevoir and pulley for 175.00



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DeltaRed

09-27-2016 10:52:27




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 Re: Another Char-Lynn power steering question in reply to Super A, 09-27-2016 09:14:48  
Go to an auto junkyard and buy something similar.Doesn't have to be a perfect 'match'.



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