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Re: 650 Steering

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10-02-2012 16:53:40

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follow the round column tube to the top cast cover of the box.. plug is in front.

in any event.. while lube may help.. ensure someone has not tightened the backlash adjustment too tight.

also.. does the steering wheel rise and fall as you turn lock to lock?

any rotational play before wheels move as you turn the steering wheel?

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10-02-2012 18:38:00

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 Re: 650 Steering in reply to soundguy, 10-02-2012 16:53:40  
The steering wheel does not rise when turned left or right. Do you have to remove the hood to get to the box lube bolt? Where is the backlash adjustment screw? Please understand I am not a mechanic. Thanks!

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10-02-2012 18:43:09

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 Re: 650 Steering in reply to hal@nc, 10-02-2012 18:38:00  
you may not be a mechanic.. but you now own a piece of equipment that must be maintained. you need to get an owners and service manual.

I told you EXACTLY where to find the plug ( not bolt ) in the top cover of the steering box.

opening the hood and merely looking in you should be able to follow my directions.

teh backlash adjustments are on the back side of the sector shafts.. IE..the stud sticking out the oval covers onthe sides of the box...

lube first before you do anything.. I reccomend NLGI 0 or 00 ep grease..

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