Here you go artc, you insert the text shown above the pictures and add a < to the beginning and a > to the end. I left them off the text to keep the pictures from double posting. Sorry though I can't help with your tractor steering problem.
thanks, guys with your comments, a look at Guy Fay's letter series book, and a couple of pic's from a guy in Saskachaun, Canada (sp), the drag link looks to be bent probably 3 inches in the verticle plane, and where the tie rod attaches is bent up about 3/4 inch.
combining those two corrections should put everything back where they belong. thanks, Art
I put the torch to it last night in the vise. made the drag link much straighter in the center where it had a non-factory look to it. put it on, much better, but had to straighten it in the other direction to keep it from hitting the brake spring mechanism.
put it on again, perfect, nice. no need to bend the pittman arm because as it sits, the tie rod is centered through it's travel.
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