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830 wanders

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10-12-2012 17:19:22

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My 830 kinda wandered with the wide front. Now with the narrow it's almost undrivable on gravel roads. Any tips? I thought it was in the tie rods but its worse with the narrow. Big Sal

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bradley martin

10-13-2012 02:24:18

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 Re: 830 wanders in reply to fullpull88, 10-12-2012 17:19:22  
In addition to the U-joint already mentioned, there are several more in the steering column and on the side of the engine. There are also a couple of bushings in the steering column. A little play here, a bit of slop there all adds up to create a big wobble!!!

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10-12-2012 18:25:25

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 Re: 830 wanders in reply to fullpull88, 10-12-2012 17:19:22  
It's got power steering. Guess I should have said. Big Sal

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10-12-2012 18:20:39

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 Re: 830 wanders in reply to fullpull88, 10-12-2012 17:19:22  
Check the u-joint under the lower radiator hose on left side of tractor. If it is shot, it will have a lot of play in the steering.

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Adirondack case guy

10-12-2012 17:37:45

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 Re: 830 wanders in reply to fullpull88, 10-12-2012 17:19:22  
There ia a set screw with a jam nut on manual steering tractors, that would adjust the engagement of the worm gear and rack, to eliminate free play.

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