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Steering box after 216988

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hayes49

07-31-2020 13:32:21




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Trying to rebuild steering gear on 49 8n. After the headache of removing steering wheel. I'm at another headache. How do I remove the pitman arms without damaging something??? Tried removing with the sector side covers on and with them off but neither side is giving. All I have removed is the packing, lock washer and nut. By the book it also shows a bushing and seal, I'm guessing that's in the housing. Also, when I removed steering wheel I didn't remove the column seal not unless this is it still in wheel.

Any advise would be greatly appreciated.
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hayes49

08-01-2020 07:01:22




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hayes49

08-01-2020 06:59:02




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hayes49

08-01-2020 06:57:48




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 Re: Steering box after 216988 in reply to hayes49, 07-31-2020 13:32:21  
Heat worked. All the bearings came out in pieces except for lower and I have them all out. Haven't ordered replacement parts so I don't have them to go by so that leads to my next question. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't this ring around shaft part of the upper bearing for worm. I don't believe it's a seat for bearing but not sure.



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wore out

07-31-2020 20:52:57




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 Re: Steering box after 216988 in reply to hayes49, 07-31-2020 13:32:21  
Buck a large hammer up against the side of the arm in the splines area, then smack the opposite side a couple of times with another hammer.

Arm will pop off, or at least be loose nought to pull easily.



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R Geiger

07-31-2020 13:53:06




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 Re: Steering box after 216988 in reply to hayes49, 07-31-2020 13:32:21  
A bit of heat from propane torch should help. When you take the steering column off, you should find the rest of the parts.



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hayes49

07-31-2020 13:39:49




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 Re: Steering box after 216988 in reply to hayes49, 07-31-2020 13:32:21  
More piks



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