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Char Lynn power steering

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12-06-2017 11:01:19

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Is it possible to plumb my charlynn steering motor into my valve stack instead of using the belt driven pump? This is on a Farmall M.

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12-07-2017 10:07:16

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 Re: Char Lynn power steering in reply to sdkid, 12-06-2017 11:01:19  
I had not thought about a flow valve, and I do not have a belly pump. My loader pump hangs off the pto shaft. I was thinking of putting a T between the hose and the loader valve and supply my steering that way. I realize I will lose pressure with the clutch depressed. Been using the loader this way for years so its kind of habit now.

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David G

12-07-2017 11:45:44

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 Re: Char Lynn power steering in reply to sdkid, 12-07-2017 10:07:16  
You will lose power steering whenever clutch is pushed in either way, priority valve will prevent when loader is used.

Never did get too excited about losing steering, those pumps are cheap, much cheaper than priority valve.

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David G

12-06-2017 18:48:53

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 Re: Char Lynn power steering in reply to sdkid, 12-06-2017 11:01:19  
You will need a priority valve and live pump, really a lot of work, I did that on my MH and ended up going to belt pump.

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Bob M

12-06-2017 15:20:27

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 Re: Char Lynn power steering in reply to sdkid, 12-06-2017 11:01:19  
Can work only if your M has been retrofitted with a live hydraulic pump. If you use the stock belly pump, you will lose power steering whenever you step on the clutch.

And as FastFarmall mentions you'll need to add a flow divider to the system.

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12-06-2017 12:59:26

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 Re: Char Lynn power steering in reply to sdkid, 12-06-2017 11:01:19  
Yeah but your going to need a flow divider, to control the flow, you can get one from differant places.

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