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1974 Case 1175 steering cylinder slack

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03-19-2017 20:50:23

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Today I discovered the small amount of slack in the steering is the right side cylinder. It's at the rear of the cylinder that is threaded and is secured by nuts on each side of the brace it mounts to. The nuts are tight. Could the threads be stripped? I've never dealt with the cylinders. About 8 years ago dad took the front end out of it. Bad enough I had to pull the steering brace back into place on the frame machine at work. I've searched for a replacement but haven't found one yet. Or could it be another issue?

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03-20-2017 09:38:08

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 Re: 1974 Case 1175 steering cylinder slack in reply to 1175AgriKing, 03-19-2017 20:50:23  
Thank you.

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03-19-2017 20:52:48

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 Re: 1974 Case 1175 steering cylinder slack in reply to 1175AgriKing, 03-19-2017 20:50:23  
Sorry I wasted clear. Could the threads be stripped in the cylinder. Not the nuts. The slipping is the threaded rod going into the cylinder.

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Paul A Young

03-20-2017 05:58:16

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 Re: 1974 Case 1175 steering cylinder slack in reply to 1175AgriKing, 03-19-2017 20:52:48  
On that end of cylinder the threaded bolt that goes into cylinder has a round head on it that goes inside of it. You can remove the cap off of end of cylinder and remove a shim to take up slack.

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