The weight of the steering axle, 1150 lbs 521.6
Kg) will cause the ejector to drift. A slight
pressure on lever must be maintained to hold
ejector in place.
Before lowering wheels, be sure bowl is in fully
Move the ejector back to lower steering axle to
the ground. When axle is safely on the ground,
lower stabilizing skid pad. Reinstall bolts to storage
brackets. Detach cable.
(10) Store cables and 2 pins from spring assembly
in the tool box. Store spring assembly on two
brackets on left side of rear frame.
The quick disconnects on the steer axle should
be facing forward.
(11) Roll axle up to front of tractor. Lower the bowl
to raise the front of the tractor enough to provide
clearance for steering axle installation. Roll the
steer axle under the front belly pan. Position holes
in the axle frame in line with the holes of the tractor
(12) Raise the bowl enough to bolt axle to tractor.
Stop Engine. Raise stabilizing skid pad.