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The steering wheel on my toro lawn tractor is loose - teeth won't engage. It doesn't look like the teeth are broken - can I loosen the plate on the tractor that is attached to the wheels and adjust to fit into the cog on the steering wheel column

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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

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