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WD6 how to remove steering gear?

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belairbob

07-04-2017 17:40:05




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I would like to remove the worm gear and reposition with the worm shaft hoping it will result in less play in the steering. I have removed the nut but do not see how to remove the worm gear. Any advice would be appreciated. Bob




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1974vette

07-05-2017 09:21:40




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 Re: WD6 how to remove steering gear? in reply to belairbob, 07-04-2017 17:40:05  
U take the side cover off and get the gear off that turns the steering arm. Pull the steering arm shaft out of the way. The worm gear and entire steering wheel shaft comes out the bottom of the assembly. So the entire steering assembly needs to be removed from the deck of the tractor.
I just remove the cover and turn the gear half way. So the worm gear has better teeth to run on. Most of the slop is usually the connection between the drag link and the shaft that goes to the wheels. I have buddy that has a machine shop and remakes the 2 bolts and the square block that all get sloped out

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belairbob

07-05-2017 18:33:50




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 Re: WD6 how to remove steering gear? in reply to 1974vette, 07-05-2017 09:21:40  
Thanks a lot for the advice! I did manage to pull the gear off and reposition. It did take some of the play out. I'll check out the bolts and square block and see how much wasted motion it has.



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