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50 series steering

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Johnboynotbilly

05-31-2020 18:47:30




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A few months back my Uncle Bill and I were pulling off my 50 to get it started. I ran into the back of the G after the 50 cranked up and it smashed the wheels all the way to right real hard. I was glad I didn't have my thumbs inside the steering wheel. Every since then, it has been real.hard to turn it back to the left. Turns to the right okay though. Anyone have any thoughts on what could be wrong, what to check?

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Johnboynotbilly

06-02-2020 09:17:18




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 Re: 50 series steering in reply to Johnboynotbilly, 05-31-2020 18:47:30  
Correct, it has manual steering. I replaced the rear worm gear bearing yesterday and it did not improve at all. Does anyone know if someone offers a steering pedestal rebuild kit?



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fixerupper

06-01-2020 19:28:10




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 Re: 50 series steering in reply to Johnboynotbilly, 05-31-2020 18:47:30  
His 50 has manual steering. No power steering lines there.



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Johnboynotbilly

06-01-2020 06:29:53




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 Re: 50 series steering in reply to Johnboynotbilly, 05-31-2020 18:47:30  
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Which valve are you referring to?



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ET

06-01-2020 10:51:09




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 Re: 50 series steering in reply to Johnboynotbilly, 06-01-2020 06:29:53  
It's on the right side of the worm gear housing. It has 2 steel lines going down to the rotary cylinder and a rubber pressure line feeding it.



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ET

06-01-2020 06:12:27




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 Re: 50 series steering in reply to Johnboynotbilly, 05-31-2020 18:47:30  
I think when you smashed in the nose it moved the steering valve adjustment back slightly. You need to recenter the steering valve.



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Johnboynotbilly

06-01-2020 05:39:51




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 Re: 50 series steering in reply to Johnboynotbilly, 05-31-2020 18:47:30  
Manual.



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deeretails

06-01-2020 04:40:46




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 Re: 50 series steering in reply to Johnboynotbilly, 05-31-2020 18:47:30  
Manual or power steering?



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Johnboynotbilly

05-31-2020 19:13:43




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 Re: 50 series steering in reply to Johnboynotbilly, 05-31-2020 18:47:30  
That makes a lot of sense. I'll check that tomorrow afternoon. Thanks.



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Paul_IN

05-31-2020 19:02:26




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 Re: 50 series steering in reply to Johnboynotbilly, 05-31-2020 18:47:30  
It may have damaged one of the bearings on each end of the steering shaft gear when the wheels jammed to full lock. The other bearing is still okay and able to take the thrust load when you steer left.



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