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240 International Utility Steering

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07-22-2017 07:58:31

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Just bought this little tractor from the original owner. 1550 original hours. Having a little issue with the steering, turns great left but not much to the right. Just wondering if any of you guys can give some pointers on what to look for. It is a power steering tractor. All the rest of the hydraulics work fine and the fast hitch holds a load up and doesn't bleed off. It's too hot to mess with it right now.

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Mark Peters

07-22-2017 15:54:40

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 Re: 240 International Utility Steering in reply to Buster, 07-22-2017 07:58:31  
Looks like a well cared for tractor, it`s in very good shape ! I have a Farmall 240 with power steering that I added about 10 years ago that I really like. I`m not sure what the problem is, but wonder if you jack it up in front and see what the steering does with no weight on the front end. One other thing to try is pull on one of your aux. hydraulic levers (dead head it) at the same time as you try to turn right. That would tell you if your PS isn`t getting priority hydraulics to it that it should. Power steering should get first dibs on oil. If not a hydraulic problem, then it could be a chipped worm shaft or gear problem in the front steering bolster.

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07-22-2017 08:15:10

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 Re: 240 International Utility Steering in reply to Buster, 07-22-2017 07:58:31  
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