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Allis B Ross steering box

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Buddy Woodson

03-31-2015 16:42:14




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Anybody ever put bearings in a Ross steering box? Mine are shot and it looks like the inside races are part of the worm. Can you buy the individual ball bearings anywhere?




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tramway guy

04-01-2015 05:22:29




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 Re: Allis B Ross steering box in reply to Buddy Woodson, 03-31-2015 16:42:14  
Freeze the shaft and heat the bearing; it will slide right on!



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chalmersbob(pa)

03-31-2015 19:11:21




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 Re: Allis B Ross steering box in reply to Buddy Woodson, 03-31-2015 16:42:14  
I did a Gemmer which had the same bearing situation. I cut the races away with a dremmel tool and was then able to replace the bearings. The problem that I encountered was the top bearing, as it had to be slid down the length of the steering shaft. I bought an oversized internal dimension and then shimmed it when in place. LOL Bob



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