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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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    Default Re: John Deere 4110 power steering cylinder

    Hi DF,

    Hoping you can help me. I have this exact issue and need to replace one of the ball joints on this cylinder. I have cut the old one off and have someone that can weld it. What I need help with how to find a ball joint this small at NAPA. I stopped by and they had no idea. Any suggestions?

    Thanks

    Chuck

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    Default Re: John Deere 4110 power steering cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by Cvoyles59 View Post
    Hi DF,

    Hoping you can help me. I have this exact issue and need to replace one of the ball joints on this cylinder. I have cut the old one off and have someone that can weld it. What I need help with how to find a ball joint this small at NAPA. I stopped by and they had no idea. Any suggestions?
    Try this, Chuck:

    Go to your NAPA store sometime when they are not busy. Bring your ball joint and calipers. If
    you can talk to a cooperative counter person, then they can look at a catalog with you and try
    to match the sizes. It has been years, but I (we) found a tie rod end for a big truck with the
    correct diameter and taper. It was a Moog catalog, IIRC.

    You can also have the guy or gal bring out some ball joints for you to measure. My guess is that
    your smaller JD will be able to use an automotive tie rod end.
    Last edited by dfkrug; 03-20-2018 at 05:25 PM.

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    Default Re: John Deere 4110 power steering cylinder

    this is where the ole mom and pop auto parts store is golden, chain stores are not gonna help you

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