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Dan S (NY)

12-20-2012 14:37:58
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If you want to remove the steering tie rods from the steering box arms, insert a piece of metal between the tie rod end nut and the transmission case. Unscrew the nut so that it starts pressing against the metal and forcing the steering box arm out away from the trans. When you have a little tension on it, hit the steering box arm with a hammer just above the tie rod end. Usually one whack will pop it loose. The trick is getting the right thickness of metal between the transmission case and the nut so that the nut is still on the tie rod end threads and pushing on the metal to get some tension.

Dan

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Tony in Mass.

12-20-2012 16:51:58
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 Re: Hey Inno! in reply to Dan S (NY), 12-20-2012 14:37:58  
Oh I've got enough junk around to find something close, and a bridgeport if we need to get accurate. This is the first I've had to split with the two power steering cylinders, sure don't want to harm these either. The whole engine came appart with 3/8's drive sockets, but I can't budge the steering system appart with the biggest stuff I own, it must have had a hard life... spesaking of which... find anymore northcountry fergies lately Dan???

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 Re: Hey Inno! in reply to Tony in Mass., 12-20-2012 16:51:58  

Haven't found anything else lately that was cheap enough to make me interested. Last thing was that MF35 Perkins and went over to VT to get that. It's now in the garage in many pieces keeping the car outside.

Dan



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