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steering bolster (?) stripped splines

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rogan12

02-23-2021 08:58:52




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I HAVE AN IH 300 UTILITY. THE SPLINES FOR THE STEERING WHEEL ARE ALL ROUNDED OFF. I PURCHASED A NEW STEERING WHEEL. BUT THAT DONT FIX THE STEERING BOLSTER SPLINES. ANYBODY HAVE A FIX FOR THIS ?? I'VE LOOKED INTO BUYING A NEW ONE BUT THE ONES THAT IVE COME UP WITH DONT LOOK LIKE THEY HAVE THE SPLINES. IM CONFUSED




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caterpillar guy

02-23-2021 18:44:18




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 Re: steering bolster (?) stripped splines in reply to rogan12, 02-23-2021 08:58:52  
If brazed on it can be removed relatively easy by just heating it up to melt the brass.



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Janicholson

02-24-2021 13:08:17




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 Re: steering bolster (?) stripped splines in reply to caterpillar guy, 02-23-2021 18:44:18  
The PS steering wheel is massively covered with plastic and a Power Steering decorative center covering the nut. Heat will make a mess of it. Jim



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d rushlo

02-23-2021 12:55:50




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 Re: steering bolster (?) stripped splines in reply to rogan12, 02-23-2021 08:58:52  
if you have splines you must have power steering manual steering had key shaft you will have to ps shaft or repair as other post



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rogan12

02-23-2021 12:10:28




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 Re: steering bolster (?) stripped splines in reply to rogan12, 02-23-2021 08:58:52  
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IT IS A WORK TRACTOR, AND THATS A GREAT OPTION, THANKS FOR THE SUGGESTION



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warren woodrow

02-23-2021 11:10:43




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 Re: steering bolster (?) stripped splines in reply to rogan12, 02-23-2021 08:58:52  
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Or if its a " work " tractor, tack weld it on like i did .



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rogan12

02-23-2021 10:41:55




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THANKS JIM, THATS WHAT I FIGURED. JUST NOT WHAT I WAS LOOKING FORWARD TO. HAVE FILE WILL FILE I GUESS



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Janicholson

02-23-2021 15:20:24




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 Re: steering bolster (?) stripped splines in reply to rogan12, 02-23-2021 10:41:55  
Welding it on makes itOk for a little while, then it junks the entire system as the sahft (no longer available) is not easily removed. Jim



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Janicholson

02-23-2021 10:32:40




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 Re: steering bolster (?) stripped splines in reply to rogan12, 02-23-2021 08:58:52  
take a 6 inch triangular file and spend an hour and a half re filing the splines. Jim



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