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Solution To Steering Problem With TC55DA New Holland Tractor
Bob Weeks, Horton, Mich. (btvulcan@gmail.com): I recently discovered a solution to a steering problem I was having with my TC55DA New Holland tractor. I found that the steering shaft spline was only engaging the steering motor receiver spline a fraction of an inch, which caused the splines to wear enough to begin slipping or binding.
  To remedy the problem, I cut the steering shaft in two and lengthened it by sandwiching it between two small angle iron pieces, welding them in place. For the first time since I bought the tractor, it now steers like it should. From what Ive read on the internet, this problem has stumped dealers, mechanics, and owners for a number of years. If anyone wants to contact me for help fixing this problem, Id be happy to hear from them.



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2021 - Volume #45, Issue #1