Topic: Re: mf 135 steering knees and rod
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thanks to all who lent me advice, basically I bushed out the loose radius rod ends with a washer and then clamped the axle bolts up as tight as I could,, and the wobble disappeared, I was able to align the front wheels,, then took her out on the road and got up to top speed with out any movement in the front end,, whilst not perfect I can reprioritise the steering box job.
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