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truckpullers with elc hyd steering help please

i was wondering how some of ya all mount the ram
i installed elc hyd steering last seaon and it is awsome
but i dont like were i mounted my ram and how i mounted it
could ya guys please send me some pic's of you set ups so i can get some ideas to compare to
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Shazam has some good pics on Reddog of his hyd steering. Look at heading "hydraulic steering?" about 1/2 way down on the first page. I'm Still looking for D60 front end, Jesse.
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i tryed red dog but i cant get it to work
but i will try later
i am still looking for ya
i might have a line on one
but he wont call me back
i also know where there is one but i am shure he wants 1,000+ for it
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could you send me the link to red dogs
maybe i am not doing it right
i lost my old info when my old pc took a crap
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Backwoods - we run a mudracer. I welded a faricated tab off the housing with a bolt stud welded to it. I welded another tab w/stud off the tie rod bar. I put a grease zirt in the mounting ends of the cylinder and used a lock nut/washer. Seems to work fin for us.






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that is what i am thinking about doing
i have mine bolted to the side of the frame and than to the stering arm
it works fine but it flex's the frame
but i also put close to 1500lbs hanging on the front
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