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grumpydaniel

04-26-2020 16:05:54




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At the risk of telling my age, it's time I ask for some help concerning my poor ol' H. I need to add power steering -- the arthritis in my hands demand it. I have no idea what all I need to buy to add this to my tractor. I use it a lot in the Spring and Summer, not to mention it's my snowplow in the winter. Guys, can you help?

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tmunday

04-28-2020 03:17:29




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 Re: H Power Steering? in reply to grumpydaniel, 04-26-2020 16:05:54  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see I have had both set-ups on an H. I have the belhan on one now. I had to put an up right dist. and coil to make that work. The char-lynn you will have to cut a hole in the hood for the tank to fit right. It mounts on top of the pump and this is a belt run operation. Todd



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tn terry t

04-26-2020 19:34:35




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 Re: H Power Steering? in reply to grumpydaniel, 04-26-2020 16:05:54  
i bought the torque motor from motion industries the rest came from steelwheel ranch. only reason i bought from motion was because i worked for a large company and i received a huge discount on it. yep i sure would do it again if i had too



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md_650d

04-26-2020 16:18:12




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 Re: H Power Steering? in reply to grumpydaniel, 04-26-2020 16:05:54  
Look for a Char Lynn kit on eBay removed from a h
Will cost around 400-800 but worth it You will love it



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FastFarmall

04-26-2020 18:09:38




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 Re: H Power Steering? in reply to md_650d, 04-26-2020 16:18:12  
Is it a 1951 or newer, it will have the wide distributer gear,that drives the live pump, if not,that might be a consideration !!



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David G

04-26-2020 19:23:45




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 Re: H Power Steering? in reply to FastFarmall, 04-26-2020 18:09:38  
My late 50 has it.



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FastFarmall

04-26-2020 20:01:25




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 Re: H Power Steering? in reply to David G, 04-26-2020 19:23:45  
Ok,



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grumpydaniel

04-27-2020 03:48:19




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 Re: H Power Steering? in reply to FastFarmall, 04-26-2020 20:01:25  
Thanks for the input, guys. My H is a '43. Will this give me a problem? I'm looking into the system on Ebay right now.



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David G

04-27-2020 10:55:47




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 Re: H Power Steering? in reply to grumpydaniel, 04-27-2020 03:48:19  
On a 43, I would mount a belt run pump on the engine.



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grumpydaniel

04-28-2020 03:32:58




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 Re: H Power Steering? in reply to David G, 04-27-2020 10:55:47  
Thanks, that's what I'm looking at on Ebay. Now I know this is what I need for certain!



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