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Old 06-24-2007, 03:47 AM   #15
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Roy, Thanks for the suggested fix. This may be the one. None of the others have panned out. Question: does the lack of flexibility in the link after your fix do anything to the turning radius? (Retired accountant with no mechanical ability asking.) Also, what do you mean by "opposite direction?" Would that be clockwise or counter-clockwise?
Thanks for the help. And thanks to all the others with your suggestions.

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Old 06-24-2007, 12:44 PM   #16
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No, it doesn't affect the turning radius as long as you keep the rod level with the jack at the bend. Each end is threaded, one has right hand threads and one has left hand threads. One is turned out until the ball socket edge hits the post which is mounted in a hole in the Pittman arm on the steering box. The other end is turned out until the ball socket edge hits the bolt that holds it to the steering arm. Wish I could draw you a picture. Roy

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