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Bent '54 SC Stearing Shaft

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L.Lamp

08-05-2007 09:30:20




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I am working on a '54 SC with a bent stearing shaft. I tried to remove the shaft to straighten it but the support that bolts to the transmission would not go beyond the bend. Can I heat the shaft and bend it with a pipe while it is still attached to the tractor? It is too bad not to fix.
I can use some good ideas!!




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C. Amick

08-06-2007 15:43:14




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 Re: Bent '54 SC Stearing Shaft in reply to L.Lamp, 08-05-2007 09:30:20  
Yes, you can straighten shaft while on the tractor by heating them with a cutting torch. First mount a piece of metal close to the stearing shaft to use as a guide. Spin the shaft and when the shaft stays the the same distance from the guide then you have it straight. I don't understand how so many SC steering shafts get bent? Is it from parking them under trees?



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TimBinWV

08-06-2007 17:11:22




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 Re: Bent '54 SC Stearing Shaft in reply to C. Amick, 08-06-2007 15:43:14  
C Amick...I dunno about the others,but if that's the one I'm thinkin' it is,it's because that tractor took a trip down the mountain side to side,as opposed to on it's wheels....at least once,maybe twice...



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