Question about Craftsman 21 Hp 42" Deck, Ys 4500 Lawn Tractor
The front wheels are not straight - when one wheel is pointing ahead, the other is turned out at about a 30 degree angle.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It depends on if you just bent the tie rod (the rod that goes between the wheels) or if you bent the spindle on the wheel that hit. Look under the front and see if the tie rod is straight. If not, take it off and straightened it. If it is straight, you probably bent the wheel spindle. But also check the axle on the end that hit to see if it is twisted.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
SOURCE: front wheel alignment
thanks for your reply/update the reason for front tyres wearing as you describe would suggest the steering tracking is wrong and for some reason ?the tyre wear on inner isindication the track is toeing out too much ? this fault could be ? simple adjustment req'd however dependand on make of tyres has to be considered when tracking as to whether they toe in or out or straight ahead ? also front wheel drive ? there could be other factors b4 tracking is adjusted such as steering joints wear ? or damage ? also suspension ? as i mentioned best to visit a good tyre depot and let them investigate while you wait and give you a reportas to fault normally free in uk if it is simply tracking req's re adjust then they can do it and charge for the adjusting not expensive and they may also recommend switching wheels from rear to front providing tread are good ? hope this helps best wishes
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
put it in reverse ton the wheel to the right and hit the wall again....or ir you were backing up when u hit the wall runn into foward
Posted on May 19, 2009
the car does not need to be aligned after a wheel bearing replacement. it is a good idea to get this done every 6 months depending on driving habits though. good maintenance.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
Well your Caster should be +2.2degrees to +3.7degrees Your Camber should be -1.4 degrees to +.7 degree and I recommend it be set at a 0 to a -.3 degree Toe in at straight ahead to toed in 1/16th of an inch.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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