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Case ingersoll 4021ps powersteering drifting right

Is there any adjustments. Is the steering unit bad ,can it be rebuilt.

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There are several things that could exist here with pulling to the right. Check air pressure, jack up front wheels off the ground and roll them by hand and see if they rotate with about the same pressure as wheel bearings may need adjustment or replaced. Check all your front end steering components and linkage for loose play. If it has a straight axle the camber/caster may possibly be adjusted which if off can also create this problem. I would check these out in sequence as I have listed them. Good luck!

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