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correct toe in on an Oliver 1750

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07-02-2019 21:11:14

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Have to replace both tie rods on my 1750 2wd gasser. I have seen pics on the best way to measure and set the tow in for the wheels. Want to get this right so i don't have any wobble down the road. I assume you measure the distance between the front of the wheels 1/2 way up and compare it to the same spot on the back side of the wheels. Does the front go in a bit or is it the rear? Also how much? I also cannnot go by the old tie rods since I narrowed the front axle

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07-06-2019 06:37:30

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 Re: correct toe in on an Oliver 1750 in reply to MikeO-WI, 07-02-2019 21:11:14  
Make sure you adjust each rod equally,i measure them both .if 1 is longer than the other it will slide or over center 1 side even though toe in is correct

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07-02-2019 22:37:27

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 Re: correct toe in on an Oliver 1750 in reply to MikeO-WI, 07-02-2019 21:11:14  
Toe in for the 1550 is 3/16 at the tire. I think they all used the same front end. That would be the difference as you stated, less in front. Center the steering arm first if it's power. For manual count the turns lock to lock and go halfway back to center. One way would be to stretch a line from the center pivot to the drawbar hole and measure from that.

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07-04-2019 09:53:59

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 Re: correct toe in on an Oliver 1750 in reply to Mike(NEOhio), 07-02-2019 22:37:27  
I should add that this is for the row crop adjustable WF.

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