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Re: 706 steering wheel kicking my butt!

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02-23-2013 14:20:05

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If you are reusing the wheel the only advice I can give is to pull up on the rim with at least 100 pounds of force where the spokes attach, then use a sharp 1/2" cold chisel, place the chisel radially out from the shaft and strike it firmly, not radically. Move 60 degrees and do it again. Repeat all around, then do it again all around in the same grooves. This expands the diameter of the hub evenly and also shocks the splines. Jim

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02-23-2013 22:28:07

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 Re: 706 steering wheel kicking my butt! in reply to Janicholson, 02-23-2013 14:20:05  
My steering wheel is the spitting image as the one below. The only thing is, it looks like they beat the heck out of the Hub with a hammer it is completely dented. I'm afraid that squeezed the hub tighter on the shaft. I will try heat and time with my 3 jaw puller


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02-24-2013 10:12:25

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 Re: 706 steering wheel kicking my butt! in reply to Farmall-h, 02-23-2013 22:28:07  
As open as that one, try putting a 8 pound sledge as a buck behind the hub and whacking sideways on it with a 2 pound hammer. Sledge under it and hammer from top. (not down the shaft, perpendicular to the shaft! It swells the hub. Jim

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