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Old December 19th, 2005, 06:20 PM   #1
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product number is 211 1039 001 yr099

I scored this Char Lynn valve but don't know if it will work for me the tag reads

product number is 211 1039 001 yr099

ive search and search but i cant find shit about this one i look on pirate







i need to figure if it will work with a 4.3 swap for my steering to go full hydro
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Old December 19th, 2005, 08:39 PM   #2
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Probably best to contact eaton directly to get the correct specs.

It appears to be in the Series 3/6/12 class of Char-Lynn Steering Control Units from Eaton.

The 211 part of the code would indicate that it is an open center design. The 1039 I can't find the corresponding data for, but that will tell you the displacement of the valve, I believe, and what series it is. Because 39 is an odd number, I believe its a non-load reaction type.

They Obsoleted some part numbers so can't find that one..

Here you can see some of the similar models. Look at pages 31-32

http://www.pirate4x4.com/tech/billav...logue%2099.pdf

Got that from this page here at Pirate:

http://www.pirate4x4.com/tech/billav...ng/index2.html

Here is the Char-Lynn/Eaton steering page:

http://hydraulics.eaton.com/steering/

Hope that helps!
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Oh, 099 is the week/year code, so it was built in the 9th week of a year ending in 9. The 1999 model catalog doesn't list a 1039 model, so maybe was built in 1989? Or was a later addition to the 1999 model lineup.

The 001 is just a revision code, not really that important..
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Haggar you know alot of stuff thanks for the help
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okay called them he said the rate of flow is 12Gpm fliud push is 28.2 distplacement open center none reaction Jesus was right it was in the 3 6 12 on pages 31 32 so what do you guys think how this one will work
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