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    Platinum Member dourobob's Avatar
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    Mar 2002
    Just West of Buckhorn, Ontario, Canada
    Wheel Horse 522xi

    Default Power Steering Conversion kits

    Has anyone had any experience with the kits advertised in the classified section on the <A target="_blank" HREF=>YTMags board</A>? There were no pictures on the company web site for using the conversion on a Ferguson 35 or MF 135 (my interest) so I e-mailed the company. This is what they said
    We have power steering kits for MF135 and MF35x.
    The price is 375 Canadian Dolars.
    FOB included.
    Payment via bank before sending the product.
    Transport by boat.
    1 year Garanty.

    Ali Aydin
    Sales and Product Manager
    <A target="_blank" HREF=></A>

    I am interested in opinions/experieinces from any TBNrs who know about doing such a conversion -
    Does the mechanical part make sense?
    Does the price make sense? (I know it is only a couple of bucks in US funds - [img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img]).

    Are there other options for adding power steering to a Ferguson 35 or a MF 35 tractor?



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    Veteran Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2000
    russellville, arkansas
    Kubota M4900, B7510 and RTV

    Default Re: Power Steering Conversion kits

    well the price sounds a lot better than what i was quoted for a kit for my JD 1020; $600 U.S. dollars, and the information was sketchy at the best, so i opted to pass..i figure if they want to sell something like that, a little more information would help. i will get the name of the company i got the price from later and send it along, seems like they are located in Iowa, i know the part number was a JD100.
    the e-mail is the name of the company is a&amp;i products; i'd be real interested in how it works/installs: if you get the kit from either one

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    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Southern Maryland
    Ford 1220, John Deere 770, Case 580E and Allmand TLB-35

    Default Re: Power Steering Conversion kits

    Did you happen to notice the manufacturer is in Turkey? I spent some time there and was not real impressed with their mechanical stuff. Also, the shipping by boat method looks a little unusual.

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