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9020 Power Steering?

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Dutch
Never installed one, but search the archives for "Vega". I did an xref on all the autos which used the PS box supposedly used on the PowerMax. Here it is > http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?ARCHIVE=true&TOPIC_ID=6213&SearchTerms=vega

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schaefer72
hi there has been several members that have converted to powersteering - some tapping into the hydraulics on the tractor and using an external cylinder and some that have added hydraulic power steering units in line with the steering wheel - i dont remember the specifics - search the old post for power steering and such - i have thought about doing it some day - good luck

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iweld
Welcome to the club Scott. I have just recently modified my power steering setup on my 9020. I had been using the charge pump of the hydro and the front lines. I will be posting pics to this site soon on the procedure. It's no "cake-walk", but nearly a must if you have a loader. My 7 year old can now steer it on sod sitting still without a problem. Jason.

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