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NEW HOLLAND T7050 4WD TRACTOR
It may be low on lube and binding when wheels are turned keep them straight and try that - check & change the oil in the transfer case
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: JD 2030 power steering failure
either the steering arm in the bell housing on the right side of the tractor is striped or the colume is broken internaly. the is asuming that all tie rod ends and the bell crank are still atatched.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
no; you'll need a new steering shaft and a steric gear.( i just did this on mine) this will be your best result.as they wear @ the same time both need to be replaced.hope this helps
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
the steering rod from one wheel to the next might be bent. it bends easly ,the daves mower shop in clarksville tn. always keeps them on hand.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
SOURCE: Steering problem on John Deere LT166 lawn tractor. Too much free play in the steering wheel. Also the steering shaft can be moved up and down and too either side when holding the steering wheel. This
look at the plastic coupler that holds the shaft down to the gear
Posted on Aug 30, 2012
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I had the same problem with my 15 year old Craftsman lawn tractor. I tried to adjust the steering travel but it gave me marginal relief for a year until the steering failed with my steering wheel spinning freely and the wheels free to go left and right. The left bias for steering indicates that the steering shaft pinion weld was shearing prior to failure.
I took the steering apart and found that the drive pinion gear was sheared off the end of the steering shaft at the weld. I replaced the shaft and sector gear to fix this issue.
This fix requires good amount of mechanical disassembly to get the replacement parts in place so you might need to go to a shop to get a mechanic to fix this if you aren't set up for this kind of fix by disconnecting the mower deck and jacking up the front end to access the steering gear assembly and steering arm links.
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