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WD45 wide front steering box

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Bob Rice

03-07-2012 13:56:34

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The cast steering box is on the bench for rebuilding. How does one remove the the inside parts from the cast housing? I have the worm gear & shaft out by removing 2 bolts. Also have removed six 1/2" bolts from the bottom casting.Bottom casting and all insides are not loose yet. Is there a circular cap above the upper bearing that has to be removed from the top? Any help much appreciated.

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03-10-2012 09:05:41

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 Re: WD45 wide front steering box in reply to Bob Rice, 03-07-2012 13:56:34  
You should be able to use a couple screwdrivers and pry that cap out of the top of the steering box. May have to work at it a little but it should come out.

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Bob Rice

03-07-2012 20:58:39

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 Re: WD45 wide front steering box in reply to Bob Rice, 03-07-2012 13:56:34  
Thanks for your answer to my question. I have the Service manual with the interior parts picture of the steering box. Nowhere does it explain how to remove the 4 inch diameter plug or cap to access the two cap screws holding everything to the fork shaft.Until this cap or plug is removed there is no way to get the 2 cap screws out.

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stu (ON)

03-07-2012 18:28:01

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 Re: WD45 wide front steering box in reply to jdman(mo), 03-07-2012 13:56:34  
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