Re: 730 Steering Bushings in reply to Bruce from Can., 06-07-2013 02:50:38
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that's what I did on my 1030, bought bushings from a supply house for a fraction of CNH's price, then drilled the housing for grease fittings. Also, if you need to replace the bearing balls at the shaft rides in, I used sealed ball bearings with a locking collar. You have to grind the inside of the bearing housing a little bit with a die grinder so they fit properly but they work nice.
Re: 730 Steering Bushings in reply to rusty6, 06-07-2013 06:18:04
The bad news is that you will have to pull the steering wheel. The lower part of the shaft is integral with the u-joint yoke. Unbolt the top section casting and lift off the shaft. Bushings are in this casting.
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