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Re: NAA steering shaft

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02-14-2013 05:20:05

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when you had it apart, that was the time to R&R the thrust bearings and adjust the shim stack.

if the steering wheel rises or falls slightly as you turn the wheel lock to lock with the front end jacked up.. you need to repalce those thrust bearings. if no rise / fall, check your sector adjustment.. you can do those externally.. loosent he sector stud lock nuts and then adjust the sector studs in with a large screwdriver till they just snug up.. don't try torquing them.. they will make the steering stiff if you do. adjust left side first.. then right side.

post back with details on the 1st question before adjusting the sector studs.

did you adjust the shim stack any?

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02-14-2013 08:02:08

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 Re: NAA steering shaft in reply to soundguy, 02-14-2013 05:20:05  
Soundguy, I must admit that when I took the steering apart I was only interested in getting it working as quick as possible to finish blowing my neighbors driveway out (16" of new stuff). I did aline the front wheels using a tape measure before I opened the sector and they remain the same after I set the gears back in. The steering wheel does not move up or down when when it is turned.

I will adjust the sector studs later today and post back.

Thanks Nilram

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