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KubotaTenn
Join Date: Jul 2010
Posts: 2 Pikeville, TN
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2010-07-19          172421


The steering on my B7510 after mowing approx. 1-1.5 hrs gets hard and clocks around with great effort. Does anyone have any information they can help me with?

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kthompson
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2010-07-20          172431


Have you checked the fluid? I believe it used the transmission fluid. Is it hard to turn just one direction or both? ....

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hardwood
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2010-07-20          172438


Does it feel like trying to steer a later model tractor that has power stering with the engine shut off, hard to turn the wheel and doesn't move the front wheels very well.
I've never had one of the "Pump" I'll call it, units that has the shaft connected to the steering wheel apart, but I think there are lots of little valves, "O" rings, springs, and other dodads that will jump out at you if you take it apart, so I'd do that as a last resort. Perhaps something is clogged or a bent tube that feeds the unit under the steering wheel restricting the amount of fluid it needs to control the front wheels.
I've had tractors that the steering wheel would tend to turn slowly in one directon while you were using it causing you to take a new hold on the wheel every little bit. I never knew what caused it I just kinda ignored it and kept going.
I'm leaning toward the "Pump" under the wheel not getting enough fluid.
Frank. ....

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