Topic: Re: 706 steering wheel kicking my butt!
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I put the torque t mine, and t he PB Blaster, and the propane torch, and did that day after day, leaving the puller and torque on. Every day I"d re-torque it, tighten her up, heat her up.... finally after 7 - 10 days it popped loose. But I think the secret was leaving the torque on it, and increasing it, day after day.
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