Re: W road patrol sterring in reply to IOWA NORTHEAST, 01-14-2011 17:40:43
You talking W Speed Patrol like the one I have?? Yep there are shims in the steering box you either add to or remove. I opened the one on mine many years ago way before I even knew about Y-T and did that which helped some but mine still goes all over the road in high gear. The parts book shows 2 shims in the steering box and also an adjustment in it.
Re: W road patrol sterring in reply to IOWA NORTHEAST, 01-14-2011 19:02:36
Well if it was you that sent me the manual is says right on it a repair parts list for the model "W" Speed Patrol, not a road patrol but that said there are a couple shims and an adjustment on the steering box
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