I'm going to check a shaft tomorrrow with the spare new bushing I have to see what it looks like. I remember on the 140 the shaft didn't want to go in AFTER I had put the bushing in the housing. But I did take a hacksaw and cut a slit in the bushing to get it into the housing. It might have been tight on the shaft because I cut a slit in it and it didn't go in perfectly round. BUT it could have been that the I.D. of the bushing was wrong too. I might try and calling the owner of the Super A I gave the kit to, to see what exactly the deminsions of his are and where exactly the problem is. He is in his 90's and kind of hard to understand, so we'll see.
Looking at the replacement steering gear shafts online, it looks like there are (3) different versions. I wonder if the bushings are actually different? Maybe I have a kit for the middle version (late Super A, 100, 130) and his Super A and my 140 were the other 2 versions?? Correct me if I am wrong, as I am just trying to find an answer. Sure wish I would have won the bid on the late style Farmall 140 Parts Manual on eBay the other day....
This post was edited by RTR at 11:37:46 05/03/13 2 times.
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