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63 Landlord front wheels


StanS

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Hi Robert, I have a 64 landlord and have completely gone through the process of rebuilding the front end-all steering stuff. I don't know of any adjustment needed for them. What problem are you having. If the wheels are not inline with the steering wheel you have the tie rod upside down. On the other hand the wheels are suppose to lean or tilt in at the bottom which helps keep the tires incontact with the ground while turning. Now the spindle on the drivers side-were it is welded is at more of an angle then the right side on purpose. I beleive it to be about 3/4" difference from the opposite side. Also Simplicity either did it that way for clearence between the wheel and the steering arm or if you noticed the tractor turns sharper one way then the other. Maybe someone else may want to add or correct this-feel free as we all learn from it.-->jackl<--
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The right wheel seems to tilt out at the top
a little more than the drivers side wheel, I wouldn't
for sure if they should tilt the same amount or not.
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You also can take your tractor and set on level-concrete ect. and then take a square and check the difference's just by setting the shorter end of the square on the concrete and use the longer end and put it up next to the wheels to see for yourself the difference. Just a p.s. thought->jackl<-
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