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300u Power Steering

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Dennis O'Brien

12-21-2001 06:08:28




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Is there anyway to put power steering on a 1955 Int'l 300U ?




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Red Rider

12-21-2001 19:02:40




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 Re: 300u Power Steering in reply to Dennis O'Brien, 12-21-2001 06:08:28  
Dennis! I have a 300U that I put power steering on. As previously posted there are several parts that you will need. The steering gear box contains the sensor and hydraulic assist unit. The Steering gear box is the same for the 300,350 and 460 and maybe later utility tractors use the same unit. The one that I used was off a 460 utility. The hydrotouch regulator valve off any IH 300/350 Utility or 300 through 450 farmall with power steering are the same. It also makes a difference if you have one hydrotouch valve or three. If you don't have a hydrotouch manuel or a parts manuel then you should get one. These two manuels show you everything you need to know when converting from manuel to power steering. If you have anymore questions post another request for help.

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Irv

12-21-2001 10:36:36




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 Re: 300u Power Steering in reply to Dennis O'Brien, 12-21-2001 06:08:28  
I have a 1955 300U. I recently priced a power steering setup from Bates Corp. At $1250 for the parts, I dont think it will happen real soon. This was for a used unit, which will probably need some repair? I would rather look for another way - I talked to a guy at the Mid Michigan old gas tractors show a couple of years ago that had put a 450 unit in. He said he had to do some grinding to get it to fit. Good luck! Irv

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big fred - yep

12-21-2001 07:39:36




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 Re: 300u Power Steering in reply to Dennis O'Brien, 12-21-2001 06:08:28  
Power steering was an option on the 300U. If you can find the parts, and there's the trick, you will need the following. 1. Power steering gearbox, containing the valving and actuator, off a 300U or 350U
2. Hydraulic regulator/flow control valve off a power steering equipped 300U or 350U. This valve has a priority valve in it that non-power steering tractors didn't have. It directs priority flow to the steering.
3. Hoses to hook it all up.

My guess would be that you are probably looking at $500-1000 to convert it.

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