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706 steering wheel

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02-10-2013 18:23:35

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Can anyone tell ,me how exactly to take the steering wheel off of my 706? The cap is long since gone and all I see is about one inch of threads and a hole in the center which leads me to believe you use a puller? But if the steering wheel has 36 spindles than why Are the threads there?

Thanks a lot, Cole

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pete 23

02-10-2013 20:37:19

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 Re: 706 steering wheel in reply to Farmall-h, 02-10-2013 18:23:35  
Supposed to be a nut holding wheel on. Then two 1/4 inch or 5/16th inch fine threaded tapped holes for puller. The best puller I ever found, and I have a regular wheel puller, is a half inch thich piece of iron, about 1 1/2 in wide,just long enough to fit inside of wheel. Drill two holes the distance holes in wheel are apart. Now, those threads will strip real easy so get a bolt long enough to go through the iron and bottom in threads. Add washers under bolt head as needed to accomplish that. Tighten bolts cautiously, tap gently on iron over shaft,add thin washers and continue. Use penetrating oil on shaft. Pulled many a wheel that way rusty and new.

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Kirk Affeldt

02-11-2013 19:17:38

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 Re: 706 steering wheel in reply to pete 23, 02-10-2013 20:37:19  
Pete 23, Could you share photo of your steering wheel puller? It sounds interesting and very simple. I will have to replace my 706 steering wheel someday soon. Thanks!

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pete 23

02-12-2013 10:24:04

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 Re: 706 steering wheel in reply to Kirk Affeldt, 02-11-2013 19:17:38  
Not good with pictures. It is just a chunk of iron. Over the years I have lost and made different ones but the first one I made was to pull steering wheel on my 55 plymouth so it is kind of universal. Maybe 2 l/2 inchs long, 1 1/2 wide, l/2 inch thick and drill two holes to match holes in steering wheel.

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02-10-2013 19:26:36

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 Re: 706 steering wheel in reply to Farmall-h, 02-10-2013 18:23:35  
Maybe if you looked at the parts diagrams on the CaseIH website for the 706,you could see what parts were originally there. I have done this a number of times and it really has helped me. Also, the dealer in our area will let you look at his repair manuals in the dealership. The dealer in your area may also do the same. This has been very helpful to me also. Sorry that I cannot answer the question directly but hope this helps.

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Retired Farmer

02-10-2013 18:59:17

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 Re: 706 steering wheel in reply to Farmall-h, 02-10-2013 18:23:35  
I used to have one but I never messed with the wheel. Are there two threaded 5/16 holes on either side of the shaft? That is where the puller bolts would go. Probably rusted to the shaft.

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02-10-2013 18:27:41

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 Re: 706 steering wheel in reply to Farmall-h, 02-10-2013 18:23:35  
I've never had one off but the threads should be there for a nut to hold the wheel on. The splines are there to keep the wheel from turning on the shaft.

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