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Old 04-03-2008, 07:32 AM   #1
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Need some help folks. I have a 1991 Safari Ivory edition MH on an Oshgosh chassis. I'm experiencing very sloppy steering. Anyone have an idea where I should start for a fix. Everything seems in order on inspection.
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Need some help folks. I have a 1991 Safari Ivory edition MH on an Oshgosh chassis. I'm experiencing very sloppy steering. Anyone have an idea where I should start for a fix. Everything seems in order on inspection.
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I'd look for a more knowledgeable inspector. Sloppy steering = something worn or out of adjustment and a pro ought to be able to find it. If you are in the northwest, go to Henderson's Line Up in Grants Pass.

On the old Oshkosh, I would suspect the Bell crank. I've heard they had the same sloppy bell crank as the old Chevy chassis. Henderson's is the source of ar replacement there too - the Supersteer Bell crank.
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