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He Repairs Old Steering Cylinders
“People restoring or repairing tractors often run up against power steering cylinders that aren’t working and parts are difficult to find, so I’m able to help them out,” says Oklahoma shop owner Bob Hunter.
Hunter repairs steering cylinders and builds his own new replacement parts. He specializes in parts for Case 200, 300, 400, and 500 series tractors, Ford 700, 800 and 900 series tractors, and Long 360 tractors. Hunter has extensive experience producing new rods, pistons, seals and cylinders with his shop equipment.
Hunter says parts for older tractors may be available from dealers or salvage yards, but new replacement parts are expensive and those from a salvage yard may already have problems from inactivity and sitting outside in the weather.
“When I rebuild cylinders I repair or replace whatever is needed so the finished cylinder is as good as a new one,” Hunter says. Anyone interested in cylinder repairs should contact Hunter to discuss the cylinder problems they’re having and he’ll provide a rough cost estimate.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Bob Hunter, Pioneer Hydraulics, 5807 E. Hayward Rd., Waukomis, Okla. 73773 (ph 580 603-0063; bhunter772@gmail.com).

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2020 - Volume #44, Issue #4