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Could have been a Garrison unit that had a hydraulic "brain" drag link and a cylinder on the front axle or an Air-O Matic air assist steering system.

http://www.straightlinesteering.com/Control%20Valves,%20Cylinder%20and%20Steering%20Cylinders.htm

http://www.jatonkam35s.com/DeuceTechnicalManuals/MaradyneSB82805airassistinstallation.pdf

Jim

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Glad the info was helpful.

I have the same deal with the B75 and the straight hydraulic brain. The steering angle is better turning right than left. The original drag link has a nice factory bend for tire clearance.

Jim

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