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D14 Steering problem

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Peculiar Farmer

08-06-2008 06:03:11

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Just bought a D-14 that has the motor out and was split. left the motor out, but put the frame back on and steering only goes to the right. won"t come back to center befor hitting stop under fromt pivot where tie rods connect. The tie rods were not taken apart, the problem has to be simple, I"m just missing something.

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Don Dittmar

08-06-2008 11:38:37

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 Re: D14 Steering problem in reply to Peculiar Farmer, 08-06-2008 06:03:11  
Sounds like the sector shaft is out of time with the sector gear. Take the front support off the bottom of the steering housing, then remove the bolts holding the bearing retainer in. Once apart look inside the box for the timing marks.

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Peculiar Farmer

08-07-2008 13:44:56

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 Re: D14 Steering problem in reply to Don Dittmar, 08-06-2008 11:38:37  
Thanks, will make an attempt tonight to see what I can do, need to get it loaded.

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