Hi folks, I have enjoyed reeding this forum for years and wondered if some one can help me out. One of our jet star tractors (brown 61-62) the weld broke on the shaft that goes through the bearing cage assembly and then theres a heavy metal plate the inner tie rods attach to. I have an IT manual and it looks much like fig. MM612-335 but not exactly, paragraph 15 page 10. I have removed the snap ring from the top, my question is can I use a pulley puller to remove the sttering sector? I need to get this shaft out so I can weld it strong back on the bottom plate. Also can anyone tell me which lines go where on the power steering valve on this tractor? PS hasn't worked in years and I may have some thing crossed. thanks for your help. jim
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