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Don Rudolph

05-12-2013 18:48:32

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Are there any tricks for removing the steering linkage (from the steering wheel down)on a 1030?
Thanks for your help, Don

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05-13-2013 04:03:11

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 Re: 1030 steering in reply to Don Rudolph, 05-12-2013 18:48:32  
Take the dash loose and the steering wheel off. The steering collum has 3 bolts that hold it on, take those out and lift it off the shaft. Much easier than undoing the shaft and you can get the collum out to work on it. I can't remember the size but the service maanger at our company store used to use a regular bearing in there. 1 inch maybe?

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05-12-2013 21:00:58

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 Re: 1030 steering in reply to Don Rudolph, 05-12-2013 18:48:32  
They are available but expensive. I switched my 1030 over to sealed ball bearings with a lock collar and all is well. Only modification was taking a die grinder and opening up the flanges a little.

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05-12-2013 19:03:18

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 Re: 1030 steering in reply to Don Rudolph, 05-12-2013 18:48:32  
Don, you must have gotten the "1031" home.
Are the joints really bad? I assume mine are bad then too

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Don Rudolph

05-12-2013 19:55:47

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 Re: 1030 steering in reply to Ande, 05-12-2013 19:03:18  

The joints are ok. It is the shafts and the round bushings they pass through that are really sloppy. I was told the bushings are no longer available from Case. Don

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05-13-2013 05:23:48

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 Re: 1030 steering in reply to Don Rudolph, 05-12-2013 19:55:47  
Don, glad you brought this up,kinda important to have a good steering system.Will check mine when I get it home.

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05-12-2013 20:29:05

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 Re: 1030 steering in reply to Don Rudolph, 05-12-2013 19:55:47  
I just got some this last fall from the local case dealer for my 930. I dont remember where they came from but they did order them in. I havent installed them yet because it looks like quite a chore in doing so and there is too much going on to tackle it.

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jon f mn

05-12-2013 18:56:35

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 Re: 1030 steering in reply to Don Rudolph, 05-12-2013 18:48:32  
Practice your cussing first, then take out both roll pins in the knuckle under the radiator, take the bearing suport loose then drive the shaft forward til it comes apart at the upper u-joint. You will have to pull out away from the engine to get enough room.

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