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My 3000 has about 3/4 of a turn slack in the steering wheel. I have taken the side covers off around the steering box. My problems is I don't know how to adjust the box. It looks like it has adjustment on both sides.
Loosen the locknut on the side plate. Turn the adjusting screw clockwise 1/4 turn. Tighten locknut. Check slack. Loosten locknut on opposite side. Tighten adjusting screw 1/4 turn clockwise. Tighten locknut. Now drive the tractor a bit making constant left and right turns for a few minutes. Recheck slack motion and readjust as necessary with each new adjustment being smaller. If you get it too tight it will cause the steering to lock up.
|Kevin||thanks james will try this weekend.
|david wilkinson||I have a ford 3000 the steering is so stif i can hardley turn it new king pins have been fitted