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Re: help with 4010

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Tim S

03-24-2013 09:08:04

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On yours does it steer well left and right after the front wheels cycle fully?? If not I would say that the steer valve needs re-sealed and re-calibrated, the stop cable has a better chance of being loosened up than the 3pt cable will. Pull the cables out spray your best penetrating oil on them then flex and bend them in different directions, as you spay them off and on, give them a little soak time in a pan of kerosene or the like, then repeat the process, once the stop cable will pull out of the housing give it a sanding with fine sand paper and lube it up as you go back together, the 3pt cable will not come clear out but once and if it comes loose hold it in a vise and work it in and out letting light oil absorb into the housing.

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03-24-2013 14:20:46

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 Re: help with 4010 in reply to Tim S, 03-24-2013 09:08:04  
Yes it steers fine to the left and after you finally get it to go right ( pressure on steering wheel, wheel not moving, but tires slowly moving right) then it seems to steer ok at least until it sits again. Just got tractor home and havent checked any fluids except motor oil. Thanks

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