4.7 CU-IN TORQUE GENERATOR New, Char-Lynn model 217-1049 torque generator. Can be connected directly to steering shaft on manual steering systems for power assist to the steering linkage. Also use for manually operated gates, control valves, other situations requiring powerful rotary motion from low input. Made to be mounted with no axial or radial loads on either shaft, not made for use with a pinion gear or sprocket. Gerotor power element.
4.7 Cu-in/rev. disp.
3 GPM recommended input flow
1,000 PSI max. pressure
125 RPM max. speed
550 in-lb. output torque @ 1,000 PSI
14-22 in-lb. input torque
SAE 6 ports
50 lb. max. output shaft side-load
7/8" dia. x 1-1/2" long, woodruff-keyed shafts w/ 5/16" dia. thru-hole in both
Three 5/16"-18 mounting holes on 2-1/2" B.C. on input end
I have 5 Cncrete buggies and all have manual steering to which if th steering wheels hit a small rock even 2" diameter or larger it throws the steering wheel into a 90 degree angle into your hip and a crash is the result. will these work on these buggies. I am not sure of the gllons per minute factor
A: Unfortunately, that is not a question we can answer.
Date Submitted: 01/27/2019
Hello On the page for 4.7 Cu In Steering valve (Torque Generator) under specifications the over all length is 6-3/16 On the dimensional drawing dim. "A" is 9.13 inches. My space is crucial I am wondering which is right. Thanks Ed
A: The 6-3/16" figure is the overall length of the housing and the 9.13" is end to end on the shafts.