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Ultadog MN - Soundguy SSTRA's Post Below Steering Box

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04-06-2014 12:53:18

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Ultradog MN - Soundguy - - can you give me another comment on my posting below.

Ultradog see my questions - I have read your posting Jeff PK linked. I am aware of the plungers, springs, anti cavitation valves. But you talk about balls in your posting. Are they part of the anti cavitation valves? And do you think I have most of the parts I will need listed.

Soundguy - back to the steering box. One of my lash adjuster is about at the end of the bolt. Right even with the slot. Other one is still has a few threads showing. What does that indicate, need bearing or more shims on one side?


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04-06-2014 18:00:19

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 Re: Ultadog MN - Soundguy SSTRA's Post Below Steering Box in reply to SStra, 04-06-2014 12:53:18  
The adjusters being turned in means you have significant wear on your sector gears.
As long as you can still tighten them properly and still use the jamb nut you are probably ok.
Thanks Kurt for fixing him up on the balls.

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04-06-2014 13:43:52

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 Re: Ultadog MN - Soundguy SSTRA's Post Below Steering Box in reply to SStra, 04-06-2014 12:53:18  
I'm coming in late on your threads, but does this picture help?


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04-06-2014 13:52:32

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 Re: Ultadog MN - Soundguy SSTRA's Post Below Steering Box in reply to Kurt-NEPA, 04-06-2014 13:43:52  
Yes Kurt-NEPA - picture makes all the difference in the world for me. Thanks

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