Wheel Angle Sensor Installation Examples - Lots of Pictures

I have collected many images from various Telegram groups of wheel angle installations. I’ve noticed that new users (myself included) land here in the discourse and struggle to find good pictures (wiped during the server move).

There’s about every possible orientation here. Top of kingpin, bottom of kingpin, inside the kingpin, measuring cylinders directly with linear sensors, draglink to knuckle, MFWD, 2 wheel drive, etc. Delphi, RQH, Danfoss, Princess Auto, a basic potentiometer, etc. Hopefully it will give you some ideas for your own build.

There’s a little bit of everything here as far as build quality goes, from wooden arms to machined kingpins. We have installs using factory holes, hose clamps, zipties, and installs using new holes, things welded to things, and machining.

I can’t answer any questions about these because all I did is save and re-post.

I do not have express permission to post these pictures from anyone. I assume that being posted to a public group with the intention of furthering AgOpenGPS means no one will be bothered by having their picture shared here. If I have posted your picture and you want it taken down, please message me.

I hope others can share their pictures as well.

I hope its ok to post this many pictures. I’m not really sure who hosts the server.

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Thanks to share and all this collect

i dont recommand this kind assembly : the cylinder can rotate and you lose position and you can brake the sensor
after the pivot of cylinder it is more stable


i add some photo and video for other idea

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My was is there too!! Good job

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New Holland Combine


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New Holland T5 - Should fit the CaseIH Farmall Series too

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Mocked up a RQH100030 on a Claas Arion, seems to work well.

Used the Claas bracket to attach to the Carraro IFS axle, mounted this way the IFS doesn’t affect sensor.

Just waiting for a clamp to replace the temporary cable ties!