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Re: 650 Steering

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10-03-2012 04:09:40

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Hey, Soundguy --

Did you have a bad day at the office, or is hal@nc your brother-in-law?

Deep breaths, deep breaths. . .


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10-03-2012 05:06:40

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 Re: 650 Steering in reply to reb-in-pa, 10-03-2012 04:09:40  
good day at the office, no relation, and I breathe fine.

just don't like typing the SAME EXACT DETAILED instructions twice for someone that don't read.

i exactly ID'd where the dern fill plug is. don't take a rocket scientist to follow the tube to the cast top cover.. a BLIND person could run their hand down it.

i've plenty to do vs typing a post 2x...

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10-03-2012 07:58:40

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 Re: 650 Steering in reply to soundguy, 10-03-2012 05:06:40  
Soundguy, Over the years I have read your comments on this and another board and have gain a lot of knowledge. I thank you for that. As I stated I have a limited mechanical knowledge and the guy that usally helps me is in the hospital. I am 74 years old, my eyesight is getting bad but I am not BLIND as you stated I must be. I asked for the users of this board to be patient with me and my questions due to my limited knowledge of the 600 series. I have found what I believe is the plug on top of the steering housing after opening the hood to see better. I will remove and grease accordingly. The reason I purchased this tractor was to mow which includes some ditchbanks. The steering is so stiff it scares me to attempt. I thought this forum was to help those who are in need but apparently it is for those who are more knowledgable than I, therefore I will not post any more questions.

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10-06-2012 13:37:41

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 Re: 650 Steering in reply to hal@nc, 10-03-2012 07:58:40  
your loss if you stop posting.. not ours.

that said.

the comment was not directed at you.. it was directed at reb for taking me to task for a comment not difrected at him.

I encourage you to continue to ask about the steering box.

If it is stiff, and the lube doesn't heplp.. it's easy to correct.. might take a lil sweat and wrench turning.. bt not difficult.

Also.. if you would re-read my message.. I did not say you were blind.. nor did I imply that you were blind. I told another poster ( not you ), that a blind person COULD find the plug.

words mean things.

I use them rather -specifically-.

if you choose not to post back on your stiff steering, again.. that's your choice. I encourage you to continue to solicit maintenance info if needed.


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