Re: Need help on how to remove the steering wheel off a CA Allis Chalmers in reply to puller4life, 07-17-2002 21:00:21
When I removed my steering wheel off of my 1952 CA I just used a pulley puller. The wheel had never been off, and was pretty rusty. I did soak the wheel with WD-40 two days before I tried to pull it. It came off fairly easy. Most of the rust was on the key that holds the wheel from spinning.
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