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post #11 of (permalink) Old 02-26-2003, 10:16 PM
 
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Re: Hydraulic ram sources?

My buddy burned bronco got his ram for his full hydro steering on his zuk from a tractor junk yard, i had never heard of one till he mentioned it but i bet they do exist, he might have just ment one of his farms where all his old junk is though.

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ok not to jack ur thread.. but drilling and tapping ur steering box.. can u be a lil more specific. where u did this at .. etc.. pics would be great.. im looking at doing this now.. to help turn my 39.5s thanks.

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This isn't my pic, but it shows where I'm drilling and tapping the box for .25" NPT fittings. This set-up works out much better than tapping into the cap - the fittings are better protected, and there's much more material to tap into.

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Re: Hydraulic ram sources?

you can try this one, its suppose to be cheaper than an AGR set-up, but I haven't checked pricies or anything yet, its a complete system... REDNECK RAM , I don't know anything about it othere than seeing an ad, maybe someone can chime in...

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Dean, I got the welded cylinder style. The bailey 250 is the model I got.
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http://www.northerntool.com/
this place has good quality stuff for hydraulics as well as plenty more may want to check it out even if ya don't buy ram from em
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