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AC B Steering Wheel

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05-06-2003 07:09:43

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I'm trying to get the steering wheel off to replace the bushingin the steer tube. I have soaked it in PB blaster but still with no luck. Anyone have any tricks or suggestions? Also, should I get the wheel redone or replace it? Are the steering wheels for sale here good quality? Thanks for any help.

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05-06-2003 10:14:26

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 Re: AC B Steering Wheel in reply to Ferguson65, 05-06-2003 07:09:43  
I'm a big fan and user of PB Blaster and have about half a dozen cans sitting in my shop right now but when a part is really stuck hard, PB can't get into the joint like Kroil can.

I had a busted bolt in a torque tube and had soaked it for about a week with PB with no luck. I started with Kroil and it came loose in about a day. Kroil has better pentrating qualities and sometimes makes a difference.

Both products are well regarded in my shop.

BTW - are you using a good puller?

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05-06-2003 10:12:08

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 Re: AC B Steering Wheel in reply to Ferguson65, 05-06-2003 07:09:43  
Heat the hub red hot and hit it a good rap from the bottom using a short steel bar at the hub. It will pop right loose. They sell new and rebuilt as well as used at several Allis Scrap yards. Roger VanCamp has them most of the time. 260 747 3455

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