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Allis B steering link

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John C Stack

03-09-2013 20:08:13




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OK, I thought it would be simple, but I cannot figure out how to remove the drag link from the steering arm on my Allis B. I assumed I would remove the pin at the steering arm and whatever is in there holding the steering arm to the drag link would slide out and It would come off.. Is mine just stuck or how the heck does it come apart? Is it screwed in? I have an I&T and it has been little help with some things like this..
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Zachary Hoyt

03-10-2013 04:49:52




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 Re: Allis B steering link in reply to John C Stack, 03-09-2013 20:08:13  
There is a slotted cap on each end of the link that you turn with a large screwdriver. Under the cap there is a spring, as I recall, followed by a concave disk that fits around the ball on the steering arm. Once you unscrew the slotted cap everything will basically fall out and you just want to make sure that you put it all back in the right order. Often you don't have to unscrew the cap all of the wya off to pop the ball free.
Zach

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John C Stack

03-10-2013 18:26:15




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 Re: Allis B steering link in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 03-10-2013 04:49:52  
A thousand thanks Zach... I would have been wondering for a long time on that one.. Now to get the arms off the top of the spindles. The wheel bearings are shot and I cannot figure out how to get the bearings off without removing the king pin/spindles and taking them somewhere to remove and replace the bearings. I will try and find a puller this week and see what I can come up with. Oh and DAMN!!! Those bearings and tie rod ends are expensive!!! I know it will not be worth what I have in it, but I did not realize these small parts would be that expensive. Oh well, too late now, gotta be done.

Thanks again Zach

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Zachary Hoyt

03-10-2013 19:44:44




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 Re: Allis B steering link in reply to John C Stack, 03-10-2013 18:26:15  
All you need to do to remove the spindles is remove the setscrew (one per spindle) which has a tapered tip and should come out pretty easily. Once the screw is out and the wheels are off just put a big block of wood under the axle, inside of the spindle with the hub at least 6" off the floor and take a big hammer, drive the spindle down flush with the tie rod end and then use a punch to drive it out completely. Sometimes a sledgehammer helps with this. Once the spindle is out of the tie rod end it will drop right out and you're home free.
Zach

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