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There is adjustments on both steering arms located under the seat. You can make the adjustments by lifting the unit's wheels off the ground and determine if the are "creeping" when the unit is running. Adjust the linkage until neither wheel creeps. Then the tracking can be adjusted by turning the screws located at the base of the steering levers.
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Why Julius Caesar became a famous person?


His conquest of Gaul, his exploration of Britain, his crossing the Rubicon (starting a civil war) and, of course, his assassination.

By 58 BCE, Caesar was in a political alliance with Pompey and Crassus. He was appointed governor of Cisalpine Gaul and upon request from Roman allies in the region, invaded Gaul as a reaction to the migration of a tribe called the Helvetii. Once this crisis was averted he pushed further north. This reinforced his political position in Rome and built him a strong base of support, putting pressure on Crassus and Pompey who schemed behind the scenes to have him removed from command. They temporarily resolved their differences in 56 BCE.

Caesar went back to Gaul and finished subduing it, culminating in one of histories most impressive feats of military engineering at Alesia where he finally defeated Vercingetorix.

He undertook two expeditions to Britain in 55 and 54 BC, the first by Romans, raising his profile even further in Rome.

In 53 BCE, Crassus died, as did Caesar's daughter Julia who was married to Pompey. This resulted in no further ties between the two men, and their power struggle came into the open.

Civil chaos in Rome permitted Pompey to claim power and restore calm. Caesar lost some of his political capital at this time, but reclaimed it by crossing the Rubicon (49 BCE) and entering Italy at the head of his army, something never before done by a Roman commander. Pompey was unprepared for this so he left Rome to Caesar. Caesar later caught up with Pompey and defeated him at Pharsalus. Pompey fled to Egypt but was killed by Ptolemy (48 BCE). Caesar intervened in the power struggle between Ptolemy and Cleopatra on the queen's side, end result a son, Caesarion. After a stay in Egypt, he went back to eliminating his remaining opponents around the Mediterranean over the next few years before returning to Rome in 45 BCE. His appointment as dictator for life soon after raised so much animosity that his opponents finally united together and assasinated him in 44 BCE.

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once it is running type in this order in dosbox:

mount c c:\caesar2
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