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    Default John Deere 4110 power steering cylinder

    I have 2 questions:
    John deere 4110 power steering cylinder P# AM879356
    Does anyone know if there is an aftermarket cylinder to replace this? I've only seen new OEM ones @ $600.00 give or take.

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    I'm looking to get a new Marvel updraft carb for it. Where is the best place to get one and do I have to stick with the original Marvel Schreiber?

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    Default Re: John Deere 4110 power steering cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Dermott View Post
    Does anyone know if there is an aftermarket cylinder
    to replace this?
    Here is a replacement JD 955 steering cylinder, recently completed using a generic cyl
    from SurplusCentr, with a couple of NAPA tie rod ends welded on. Total parts cost
    was <$150.

    I would not buy any JD cylinder, but that's me. If you don't weld, then you can
    buy the parts and have a shop do it.
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    Default Re: John Deere 4110 power steering cylinder

    The cylinder on my JD4300 failed while plowing snow a few years back and when I pulled it off, found that it was non-rebuildable. When I called my dealer he offered me the "rebuild kit"???? Found that the cylinder has been upgraded to a rebuildable unit, available the next day.....Price was JD but not THAT bad.
    My cylinder had come apart internally and the rod fell out. Not real easy to tow a JD with no steering and the cylinder removed......

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    Default Re: John Deere 4110 power steering cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by pat32rf View Post
    The cylinder on my JD4300 failed while plowing snow a
    few years back and when I pulled it off, found that it was non-rebuildable. ......
    Yeah, some JD cyls (like the 955's referred to above) have welded-on glands, and have
    to be cut open to get at the innards. They can be rebuilt if you are willing to do that,
    and weld them back closed. I assume the piston is held on with a nut.
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