Re: Steering troubles
It sounds like you have a bad bushing in the trackbar. The proper adjustment for the steering box is to lift the front end off the ground, then take a 13 or 14 mm (can't remember off hand) wrench and loosen the locknut on top of the sector shaft on the top of the steering box. Back off the nut several turns while holding the adjustment screw in place. The screw is either 5/16 or 6mm. Then tighten the adjustment screw clockwise until it gets snug, then back it off a quarter turn. Then while holding the screw in position tighten the locknut down. If the steering doesn't return to center after making a turn then back off the adjustment screw in eigth turn increments until the steering returns to center naturally.
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