Re: vao 15 in reply to Jimburgess, 12-26-2012 12:57:20
Jim Go to the tractor photos here on the left and do a search for "vao" and it will pull up 22 of them. The very last one is the older style with the drag link stearing and shows a good view of the left side. Go to the 56 vao15 and you will see the right side and see that it is the later tin of the va series. You cant see the steering but it is the same as the vac14. It has the u-joint steering.
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