You can get them at any marine place as well <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/tongue.gif" border="0">Originally posted by dirtrod:
<STRONG>A orbit (steering) valve from a fork truck or combine,
The caster makes the wheels want to go straight down the road (like a raked motorcycle), without it, it will wander from side to side and it's hard as hell to drive on the road (like a unicycle).Originally posted by fj40charles:
<STRONG>Can you explain why the caster has to be between 10 to 12 degrees positive?
dirtrod,Originally posted by dirtrod:
<STRONG>A orbit (steering) valve from a fork truck or combine, a Hydroboost power steering pump, 1/2" cooler, a 2" X 8" hyd cylinder, a 3000 psi gauge, some 3/8" pressure hoses, some 1/2" return hose, a few JIC fittings, a optional adj. pressure relief valve, optional 8-12 gpm flow restricter valve, optional oil temp gauge. a gallon of auto trans fluid or hydraulic fluid and about 10-12 degrees of pos. caster.
No, I'm running manual disc brakes, I've never had hydroboost brakes, so I don't know if it makes a difference.Originally posted by cruiserrg:
Do you use a hydroboost braking system with the hydro steer pump? If so does it affect the pressure, or make a noticable difference in steering with the brakes applied?</STRONG>