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112L - steering not working correctly. When the wheels are on the ground and you turn the steering wheel, the entire front axle turns, not just the steering links. The axle swings on the single pin in the center, and it looks like something in there is worn. Also - when you set the tractor back down so the weight is on the wheels, the axle angles backward and moves FORWARD. Can the pin that the front axle on be that worn?

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It sure can be. I once was mowing and had the whole front axle come off and I almost ran over it.

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