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How to get a steering wheel off a 210 john deere, take the top nut off but it still wont come off.

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Is there 2 small holes on either side of the center shaft where the nut was? If so you will probably need a puller. The 2 holes might have to be threaded for bolts. If not put the nut back on & tighten it to be flush with threads @ the top & have someone pull up on both sides of the steering wheel & hit the nut with a brass hammer this should loosen the shaft in the wheel which is most likely tapered. Make sure no threads are above the nut as they will be messed up when hitting w/hammer & you will not be able to remove the nut afterwards.

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