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tooltimejim

11-20-2011 15:35:59




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did some searching on the forum, decided to remove the ross steering gear, and have a look for myself, very obvious why the B has play in the steering. My question is I know you can buy new pins, and drill and install, but I have a mig welder and I read others have had luck with welding "building up" the pin , would mig welding work ok for this application? I can weld, but no way a professional, hobby guy at best. thanks Jim

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Dick L

11-21-2011 11:36:19




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 Re: steering problem found in reply to tooltimejim, 11-20-2011 15:35:59  
I'll stick one in the mail with the ring.



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tooltimejim

11-21-2011 12:20:43




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 Re: steering problem found in reply to Dick L, 11-21-2011 11:36:19  
Sweet!



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George R. (MN)

11-21-2011 05:44:21




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 Re: steering problem found in reply to tooltimejim, 11-20-2011 15:35:59  
There is a fellow in Tennesse that makes replacement pins for the Ross steering boxes. I bought a pair from him for my CA. I can"t find his contact information but, if you go to the Unofficial Allis web site and post your question I"m sure someone will have that info for you.



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tooltimejim

11-21-2011 10:05:43




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 Re: steering problem found in reply to George R. (MN), 11-21-2011 05:44:21  
thank you for that info.



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tooltimejim

11-21-2011 10:05:42




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 Re: steering problem found in reply to George R. (MN), 11-21-2011 05:44:21  
thank you for that info.



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Dick L

11-20-2011 17:16:13




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 Re: steering problem found in reply to tooltimejim, 11-20-2011 15:35:59  
Welding works but if you do not have the taper correct it can take its toll on the worm gear. I make my own pins but I have heard that you can buy them from John Deere.



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tooltimejim

11-20-2011 17:56:56




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 Re: steering problem found in reply to Dick L, 11-20-2011 17:16:13  
Dick, do you sell the pins you make ? and what is the procedure to install? grind old pin off, drill and insert new pin ..? thanks Jim



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Dick L

11-21-2011 11:42:02




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 Re: steering problem found in reply to tooltimejim, 11-20-2011 17:56:56  
Grind what is left of the button, find the center and drill a 3/8" hole thru. If your drill doesn't wobble the button I am sending should fit tight. Press it in and she is ready to go.
No welding needed. If you can turn it but still tight put some locktite on it and your ready to go. If it is sloppy you might dab some weld on the back but it aint going anywhere anywho.



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tooltimejim

11-21-2011 15:30:37




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 Re: steering problem found in reply to Dick L, 11-21-2011 11:42:02  
Thanks Dick, I will post a picture when installed.



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