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John Seasly

12-17-2011 13:13:05




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Would anyone know what causes the steering shaft on Case 930CK to drop down on the bearing support by the first universal?




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oldabe30

12-18-2011 03:59:06




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 Re: steering assistance in reply to John Seasly, 12-17-2011 13:13:05  
Two bushings A27108.



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John Seasly

12-18-2011 07:51:37




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 Re: steering assistance in reply to oldabe30, 12-18-2011 03:59:06  
Thank you for your suggestions. I will order the bushings tomorrow. And for shim I will need to get a thickness.



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John Saeli

12-18-2011 09:56:07




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 Re: steering assistance in reply to John Seasly, 12-18-2011 07:51:37  
Measure what the shaft drops. You are probably looking at 1" of shims.



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John Saeli

12-17-2011 17:37:11




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 Re: steering assistance in reply to John Seasly, 12-17-2011 13:13:05  
Need to shim directly under the steering wheel.



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John Seasly

12-17-2011 17:18:17




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 Re: steering assistance in reply to John Seasly, 12-17-2011 13:13:05  
What would you recommend that I change to put it back to original? What holds the steering shaft up? I have the parts book; and it is hard to tell. Is the support rear steering shaft bearing and ball what needs replaced? John



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jon f mn

12-17-2011 17:32:44




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 Re: steering assistance in reply to John Seasly, 12-17-2011 17:18:17  
don't know if that bearing/bushing is still available or not. I've always found used ones and just welded up the shaft.



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John Seasly

12-17-2011 13:25:16




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 Re: steering assistance in reply to John Seasly, 12-17-2011 13:13:05  
third party image

Here is a photo of it



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jon f mn

12-17-2011 16:30:11




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 Re: steering assistance in reply to John Seasly, 12-17-2011 13:25:16  
Lots of use and not enough grease. lots of them look like that.



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