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sod buster

12-05-2007 20:43:10




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does anyone know if there is suppose to be any end play in the worm gear shaft on the steering gear box.?the model is a 1030 comfort king.




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cahess

12-06-2007 03:51:27




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 Re: power steeringr in reply to sod buster, 12-05-2007 20:43:10  
Good advise from mEl. Might add if you are having trouble with steering feeling like it wants to lock up you need to check u joints. At this this age of there life they are probably dry if never serviced. One at gear box is a n eedle bearing an can be replaced. Others you can disamble an grease. Least that is how my 930was. Needle bearing u joint is avaible from napa an probably from Case.



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mEl

12-06-2007 03:07:40




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 Re: power steeringr in reply to sod buster, 12-05-2007 20:43:10  
Go back to page 3 and look at 730 steering problem post.



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mEl

12-06-2007 03:07:13




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 Re: power steeringr in reply to sod buster, 12-05-2007 20:43:10  
Go back to page 3 and look at 730 steering prob lem post.



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