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Steering creep

Discussion in 'Operating & General Discussion' started by tc33daowner, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. tc33daowner

    tc33daowner New Member

    Nov 17, 2012
    I just bought a 2005 tc33da new holland and am wondering if I need to be concerned about the steering wheel creeping around. I understand that the system is hydrostatic but do know of I need to worry about this or not. Noticed when I had it on the road going to get fuel.
  2. cyrush

    cyrush Registered User

    Apr 20, 2010
    With a fully hydrostatic system there is always leakage ( slippage) between the rotary spools in the steering valve so a small amount of creep of the wheel will occur to keep the tractor in a straight line, conversely if you hold the steering wheel ridgid and drive in a straight line the tractor will gradually wander slowly off line.