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Re: 77 Steering

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There are two adjustments on the steering. The first you will need to remove the knuckle that slides on the worm gear shaft. Will prob need some heat to get it loose. Then when the knuckle is out of the way you'll want to check the play on the wormshaft gear. If it feels loose then take the two bolts off that hold the cast piece around the shaft and remove some shims. check this bearing to make sure it is still in decent shape. You want the shaft to turn by hand but not have any play. Then put knuckle back on shaft. Then take the four bolt cover off the top of narrow front. You may need to remove the radiator, I always take it out anyway. Wipe away the grease and you'll see a standard screwdriver bolt at about 4 oclock, this is if you are standing in front of tractor facing it. Take screw out and Then you'll be able to turn the fluted piece of metal below gear to adjust the play on said gear. It is easier to make this adjustment if you have the front tires off the ground. Turn the fluted metal piece clockwise to tighten. Then install bolt which keeps this from turning. With the wheels off the ground you'll be able to turn steering wheel easily and take out the play in the steering. If the u joints are tight in the steering shaft the above mentioned adjustments will make a big improvement. Hope this helps.

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