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12-02-2012 20:59:50

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If you mean on the spiral wear surface, no. The material would be a lumpy un usable ruined part. Plasma spray buildup with contour grinding does work, but it is expensive. If you were thinking of welding something else tell us more. Jim

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12-03-2012 04:31:38

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 Re: super c steering in reply to Janicholson, 12-02-2012 20:59:50  
sorry, janic. with now knowing what gene and fritz say, sounds much better. wounder if a shim behind the bearing retainer would work? thanks. yes, my spelling sucks. to bad im the only one knows what im sayin,,,,,,,,,, thanks again

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12-03-2012 07:10:59

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 Re: super c steering in reply to blunted, 12-03-2012 04:31:38  
The end bearing in the worm is a ball bearing it does not shim, it gets replaced with a deep groove heavy duty bearing matching the original. The bearing is held rigidly front to back in the housing by the cap.
Turn the wheel to the right only as far as the slop, not to the far right, and put a weight on the wheel to hold it there. clean the location where the shaft goes into the housing. Mark it with a felt tip pen. Turn the wheel opposite to remove slop and weight it again to hold it there.
Now look at the mark. if the mark is now way out from the housing, the bearing is toast. A tiny bit is OK, but it should be .005" or less. Jim

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12-03-2012 04:27:33

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 Re: super c steering in reply to Janicholson, 12-02-2012 20:59:50  
yes, jim. spiral gear is the one

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