I have a 2955 MFWD that I began blowing steering cylinder seals. This steering cylinder is double acting integrated into the frame. The first time they were the original seals and I thought just old. But every time I replace them both inner and outer and the last time I took it totally down replacing all seals ( didn't see anything wrong with the center seals). Put it back together and within 5 hours of operation there appeared a leak at one or both sides and the outer seal was protruding outward in one spot like it had had high pressure force on it or the seal (which is a different material from original) had swollen too large for the cylinder and just was pushed out at one point. This has happened on both sides. I don't know if the brakes are tied into this hydraulic circuit but I was using them to turn the tractor in tight places while bushogging as always. That's what this tractor mostly is used for. If it is a pressure problem, can someone elaborate how to troubleshoot. I am not experiencing any hydraulic issues with the steering, brakes, or implement that I am aware of. I just thought of one more thing if it is a return pressure issue, could there be a restriction on the return side that does not allow the oil to move out of the cylinder opposite the turn thus causing the seal to be pushed out? Where would I start to troubleshoot that if the initial pressure is correct?