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mn1200tk

10-08-2013 20:09:26




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is there a kit or presure test to find reason for steering driftting with steering wheel held in steady postion we use this tractor on a 250ft silage bagger im possable to hold straight Thanks




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mn1200tk

10-09-2013 19:21:03




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 Re: 1175 steering in reply to mn1200tk, 10-08-2013 20:09:26  
thanks for all the info will try and get at it next rainy day. Tom did all your snow melt yet. Sure looked sure looked diffrent then aug when we visted thanks again everbody



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Case Nutty 1660

10-09-2013 19:46:48




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 Re: 1175 steering in reply to mn1200tk, 10-09-2013 19:21:03  
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yes 99% of it is gone now I was doing some tree trimming today, the damage was a bit more severe than I first thought as you can see I know have "tree spikes"

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4435

10-09-2013 17:35:03




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 Re: 1175 steering in reply to mn1200tk, 10-08-2013 20:09:26  
Excellent information, was that in the service manual or from the field of hard knocks. Tom



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Agri King

10-10-2013 04:53:04




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 Re: 1175 steering in reply to 4435, 10-09-2013 17:35:03  
Tom, I don't remember where this idea came from. Some ol' boy probably told me to do this. I do this for JD 10-20 series tractors, to figure out where the problem is. JD tractors can develop a real nasty wandering problem. Guys have complained about going down the road and the tractor take off for the ditch or into traffic.



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Agri King

10-09-2013 04:14:58




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 Re: 1175 steering in reply to mn1200tk, 10-08-2013 20:09:26  
Are the tie rod ends bad? Or the axle pivot pins loose? Check that first. Problems with steering hand pumps and or steering boxes or cylinders are very minimal. Does your 1175 have steering cylinders behind the front axle?



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Agri King

10-09-2013 12:31:57




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 Re: 1175 steering in reply to Agri King, 10-09-2013 04:14:58  
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Then do this. Cap the steering left & right turn lines. Start the tractor and try to steer it. Should be very hard to turn, if at all. If you can turn the wheel with the lines capped I would look at the hand pump. Otherwise look into the box.

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Case Nutty 1660

10-09-2013 12:40:15




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 Re: 1175 steering in reply to Agri King, 10-09-2013 12:31:57  
good simple way to test Erik!!



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Agri King

10-10-2013 04:26:23




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 Re: 1175 steering in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 10-09-2013 12:40:15  
It's easy enough!



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mn1200tk

10-09-2013 11:45:48




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 Re: 1175 steering in reply to Agri King, 10-09-2013 04:14:58  
this 1175 has new tie rod ends no external cylinders has to be leaking inside steering motor or front end steering sector. anybody know how to test for this



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Case Nutty 1660

10-09-2013 12:10:45




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 Re: 1175 steering in reply to mn1200tk, 10-09-2013 11:45:48  
could be the sector pistons I have seen the steering motor go before the piston seals, you might try raising the front end off the ground and see if you can turn the wheels by hand do this with the engine off if you get no movement that way my guess is the steering motor unless some thing is flat broke in the steering sector, are the spindle stops still in place on the spindle housings? I have seen damage in the sector from these being broke off and the wheels go to far cnt

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