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Re: 5000 up and running!!!

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Bern

07-13-2013 21:22:58
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There are adjustment screws on both sides of the actuator arm. These adjustments determine how far the spool is moved in the control valve.

Over time, wear in the various parts causes reduced spool travel. While opening up the adjusting screws will compensate, it's only a band-aid. The best thing to do is to overhaul the entire assembly. The repair manual talks about desired spool travel when making the adjustments.

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Ted E Bear

07-14-2013 22:33:18
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 Re: 5000 up and running!!! in reply to Bern, 07-13-2013 21:22:58  
ok I will have a look at my manual, I have a big thick 3 ring binder shop repair manual



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Ron-MO

07-15-2013 06:34:17
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 Re: 5000 up and running!!! in reply to Ted E Bear, 07-14-2013 22:33:18  
I have been struggling with the steering on my 5000 for a few years now. Had the front apart, but never could get the cylinder and mechanism fully apart to go through it, and finally had to put it back together as I needed to use it. I know I had a lot of play in the steering wheel, and finally last week it started binding up, and finally let go (wheel started free wheeling). I am in the process of taking the steering gear apart to see what my issue is. Already ruined a steering wheel trying to get it off (resorted to torch). Next issue I see is getting the pitman arm off steering box......that promises to be interesting. Someone has really abused the steering on this tractor......probably too many hours with a Ford 7210 loader on it.

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