Ford 1920 power steering leak

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RobertBrown

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I have hyd. fluid coming from the cylinder that facilitates the power steering. I'm assuming it can be rebuilt.
I'm also assuming this job requires tools and skill that I do not possess.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to where I should send this for repair and how much it might cost?
 
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Thought I would add some pics and additional information.
This tractor has a separate hydraulic system for the power steering cylinder.
the leak is coming from the front seal (business end). I have an exploded view and it looks to be fairly straight forward but I have no idea where to get the seals/o-rings. I don't want to have this down for more than a week or 2.
I'm just wondering if this is something I should carry to a shop and have them do it.


 
  
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I have located the seals and I have pricing on a rebuild.
After a little research I feel like I could do this repair but I can't locate a gland nut wrench that will work with with the gland. I've heard those things can be tough to get off. Anyone know any thing about this gland nut and what type of tool removes it?
 
 
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