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How to use hydra touch for installing power steering 450

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Jhncp

08-08-2020 05:42:45




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I want to use the original hydraulics on my 450D to install power steering like it says in manual. However info is limited on that and wondering if anyone has pics or could describe where I need to plumb into. Hopefully I won't have to add anything. It has 3 remotes with fast hitch. Also wonder why you see a lot of 450's with the ps pump running off the crankshaft pully like it's a M? I would think the real hyd. would be much better.

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D Slater

08-08-2020 06:36:09




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 Re: How to use hydra touch for installing power steerin in reply to Jhncp, 08-08-2020 05:42:45  
Aimed to say bad news on work needed to ad factory system. Other problems I posted when worn is why you see other pumps added.



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D Slater

08-08-2020 06:29:54




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 Re: How to use hydra touch for installing power steerin in reply to Jhncp, 08-08-2020 05:42:45  
Worked good when new or in good shape, but the priority part of the regulator valve block gets worn and they get weak. Also if the hydraulic pump on engine doesn't have full capacity they are weak. Bad news on adding parts to your tractor. You need the control valve nearest steering post, a orifice to block hole between valve and post, regulator and priority block facing front of tractor and to rear of fuel tank, pipe and fittings to connect block and control valve added. Pressure line to PS out bottom of added block. Return line was to a tee added at the reservoir drain hole.

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Janicholson

08-08-2020 06:15:25




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 Re: How to use hydra touch for installing power steering 450 in reply to Jhncp, 08-08-2020 05:42:45  
The simplest is to get a safety regulator valve from a 400-450 with PS to replace the one it has (and a "U" shaped tube /plumbing). The next simplest is to use a PS pump from a car or truck, (honda pumps from the mid 80s had remote reservoirs that might make it easier. The hydraulic system is not friendly to typical flow divider/priority valves, but that can be done. Jim



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