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Topic: Leaking power steering piston
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Mark Clemmons

11-09-2014 05:04:09

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I have a slow leak at the piston on the power steering on my tractor. It leaves a small pool of fluid on the ground. I am tempted to try this one myself.
How difficult is it?

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11-13-2014 04:34:17

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Re: Leaking power steering piston in reply to Mark Clemmons, 11-09-2014 05:04:09  
ID of tractor could make it easier, but it usually requires just unhooking the end, and removing a retaining ring, and probably pump or air pressure to push it out. Check the end for any burrs or ridges before pushing new one on. Your local hydraulic shop would most likely get it done for half of what it would cost at the dealer.

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11-09-2014 05:06:49

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Re: Leaking power steering piston in reply to Mark Clemmons, 11-09-2014 05:04:09  
If you take the model/serial to the dealer you might get a seal kit. If you haven't done it before, might be just cheaper to take the cylinder to them and have them do it. Saves the cost of ruining the parts yourself and the second and third trips etc.

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