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how to repair a 1370 steeringwheel adjustment

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Kollebo

10-21-2014 02:40:37




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hello

anyone knows how to repair the leinght adjustment on the 1370

steering Wheel

when i turn the center part it just grabs a Little and then loose up again so i guess the threads are broken

it must be a cone or something in the axle that could be replaced.

Thanks

C-J from sweden




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Kollebo

10-23-2014 13:29:01




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 Re: how to repair a 1370 steeringwheel adjustment in reply to Kollebo, 10-21-2014 02:40:37  
Ok Tanks for all answers

I Will look at IT in saturday morning

Thanks



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Kollebo

10-22-2014 00:26:12




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 Re: how to repair a 1370 steeringwheel adjustment in reply to Kollebo, 10-21-2014 02:40:37  
Hello

OK Can i take out the pin an leave the tube in Place

or do i have to remove the upper unit completely above the cross or can i just
take out the pin and pull the steeringwheel up.

Thanks



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Ranchingelec

10-22-2014 19:10:07




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 Re: how to repair a 1370 steeringwheel adjustment in reply to Kollebo, 10-22-2014 00:26:12  
Take the pin out then tube and steering wheel assembly should come right out. Then you can work on the unit on a
Work bench.

Ranch.



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Kollebo

10-21-2014 11:38:18




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 Re: how to repair a 1370 steeringwheel adjustment in reply to Kollebo, 10-21-2014 02:40:37  
Hello

ok but how can i take off the steeringwheel

and take this parts out

thanks

C-J from sweden



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Ranchingelec

10-21-2014 18:22:10




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 Re: how to repair a 1370 steeringwheel adjustment in reply to Kollebo, 10-21-2014 11:38:18  
There is a roll pin in the shaft under the dash. On the top side of the u joint. Remove it. You should now be able to pull out the whole steering wheel. Remove the nut that holds the tightening knob and the unthread the tightening knob. You may need an impact to get that nut off. Now at the bottom where you removed the roll pin there is an internal snapring in the shaft. Remove it and the funny washer behind it. Now all should come apart. There is another round pin in the shaft and 2 keys that will fall out. I put the plastic pieces inbetween the funny washer and the long 1/4 inch keys. It falls apart easy and takes some tinkering to get
It all back together.

Ranch

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Ranchingelec

10-21-2014 18:31:22




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 Re: how to repair a 1370 steeringwheel adjustment in reply to Ranchingelec, 10-21-2014 18:22:10  
Ps. Some of the nuts that hold on the tightening knob were left hand thread. Just did the one on our 4490 and it had right hand thread. Just saying.



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Ranchingelec

10-21-2014 07:45:30




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 Re: how to repair a 1370 steeringwheel adjustment in reply to Kollebo, 10-21-2014 02:40:37  
I made some keys out of some uhmw (Ultra-high-molecular-
weight polyethylene) that I had laying around. Just used a hack saw to cut the pieces and an olfa knife to trim to the right size. I think the length was somewhere between 5/8 and3/4 of an inch.

Ranch



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Dave F

10-21-2014 05:14:32




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 Re: how to repair a 1370 steeringwheel adjustment in reply to Kollebo, 10-21-2014 02:40:37  
On the case ih parts online website, the 1370 telescoping steering wheel looks like the same design as my 2590.

There are two rubber "keys" that wear out. They are available from case but I made two from a rubber tarp strap, just cut to size, about 6mm x 6mm x 12-15mm long.

The hardest part of the job was getting an internal lock ring washer part out of the column so the lock mechanism can be removed from the column.

I pulled the steering out of the cab by removing it at the u-joint under the dash.

I can't seem to copy and paste the parts image on this device.

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