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Question on steering problem

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04-07-2012 18:37:21

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This is a Simplicity tractor question, made by Allis Chalmers.

Own a 3416 H with manual steering that pulls to the right. Tires are even on air pressure, and need ideas as to what causes it to pull like this. Always did this since I got the tractor. See nothing busted or twisted.


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04-07-2012 20:23:05

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 Re: Question on steering problem in reply to Loveshisallis, 04-07-2012 18:37:21  
You might also measure the toe in or toe out on both wheels.

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04-08-2012 17:56:48

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 Re: Question on steering problem in reply to Oldbiscuit, 04-07-2012 20:23:05  

I notice that the left front tire "tilts out" at the top of the tire. The right front tire is setting straight. Is this what you mean by the toe out,and how is what i describe affecting it?


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04-07-2012 19:12:52

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 Re: Question on steering problem in reply to Loveshisallis, 04-07-2012 18:37:21  
Jack the front end off the ground. Hand spin
each tire, see if you have a bad bearing or a bent axle. ggp

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