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1070 steering wheel & lock shaft removal and dissambly?

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06-08-2013 12:34:49

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Hi all,

I am having difficulty removing the steering wheel from the outer shaft of my neighbor's Case.

I need to know exactly how the steering wheel comes off. It is a simple pull off? Or does the ring, with the two holes in it, (pictured) have to be screwed off?

And is the smaller threaded shaft, with the 9/16" nut, the top of the lock shaft? If so, it should drive out, correct?

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Also, am I correct in assuming that to remove the broken lock shaft from the inner shaft (pic), all I need to do is drive it toward the open end of the inner shaft?

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Any help would be much appreciated as he needs to start harvesting hay very soon.

Thank you,


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06-09-2013 17:42:16

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 Re: 1070 steering wheel & lock shaft removal and dissamb in reply to tg8746, 06-08-2013 12:34:49  
Confirmation that the steering wheel was a simple pull off helped me get it worked out.

Thank you!

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Agri King

06-10-2013 18:41:34

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 Re: 1070 steering wheel & lock shaft removal and dissamb in reply to tg8746, 06-09-2013 17:42:16  
You're welcome. Thanks for checking back in.

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Agri King

06-09-2013 06:34:10

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 Re: 1070 steering wheel & lock shaft removal and dissambly? in reply to tg8746, 06-08-2013 12:34:49  
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Terry, You must have a early tractor. The two damaged holes in the steering wheel would have been tapped 5/16 so you could use a T-bar puller to remove the wheel. And yes I think the center shaft should drive toward the open end.

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