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4710 steering wheel
|Brian Winslow||Any advice on best way to remove steering wheel? without a special JD puller?
|Dale G. Basgall||Brian, Big hammer, big brass drift pin, another person along with you holding pressure upward on the steering wheel, and alot of luck and maybe a little heat and penetrating oil.
The tool is alot cheaper in the long run than the time costs that you will spend and possible other repairs you may induce onto yourself in case you marf the threads up and fracture a bearing or two in the steering housing. I recommend the correct tool.
Dale G. Basgall
|Henry||Sound advise from Dale about the tool being cheaper in the long run. I employed the hammer, drift and lift method and caught a steering wheel in the chin. I was out for a minute or two and hurting bad. Get the tool.
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