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The maintains on a John Deere 108 including the front wheel toe is very similar to toeing a vehicle. Measuring the two front wheels back and front to find out how far off the wheels are, when toeing the wheels in there is an adjustment bolt at the back of the wheel. After adjusting the toe---measure the two wheels again, if still off repeat adjustment until they are pretty close to the same measurement

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SOURCE: ADJUST TOE OUT ON stx46 JOHN DEER

some are fix rods others have a lock nut and threads to adjust

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SOURCE: john deere 145 toe in adjustment

Adjust by measuring between the wheels {metal rim} at the 9 and 3 o'clock positions. I.e, halfway point on the rim at the front and rear. You can measure between the tire, but it is more difficult to get a good, repeatable measurement. If it were an MTD, you could adjust the toe by bending the tie rod/ drag link.
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Posted on Dec 19, 2012

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Adjust by measuring between the wheels {metal rim} at the 9 and 3 o'clock positions. I.e, halfway point on the rim at the front and rear. You can measure between the tire, but it is more difficult to get a good, repeatable measurement. If it were an MTD, you could adjust the toe by bending the tie rod/ drag link.
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One of the 300 hour inspections is to inspect the steering pivot bushings. You jack up the front from the center and check for play of the pivot bushings by teetering the tie at the 6 and 12 oclock positions. If you get a lot of movement the bushings are bad. If the bushings are ok (I doubt they are) then you can also add adjustable tie rods
1 GY20492 ROD, RH DRAGLINK ASSY. ADJUSTABLE
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http://cgi.ebay.com/John-Deere-Tie-Rod-Drag-Link-L110-l120-L130-L-Series-/280669312038

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Just note the pivot bushings do NOT show up on any JD diagram but they do exist. Check with JD parts. They most likely know the PN from memory.
http://jdpc.deere.com/pimages/MP29/MP29762________UN16SEP02.gif

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