Do not turn relief plunger out more
than flush with end of steering gear
cover. Plunger could blow out and
spray hydraulic oil, causing serious
injury to personnel.
When relief plunger is adjusted it
will be necessary to turn the tires
straight forward, then return the
tires to the original position.
If measurement still cannot be attained,
adjust top relief plunger (9) on front
steering gear (10) until 2 1/2 in. (63.5 mm)
Adjust steering stop bolt (11) and nut (13) on left side of Axles No. 1 and 2 until stop bolt touches the hub
Place a 1/8 by 1 by 8 in. steel plate between left Axle No. 5 steering stop bolt (11) and hub assembly (12).
Loosen nut (13).
Adjust steering stop bolt (11) and nut (13) so stop bolt touches the steel plate.
With the aid of an assistant, turn steering wheel full right.
It may be necessary to rotate jamnut right or left 1/2 flat to permit installation of deep well
socket on nut.
Tighten nuts (13) on left side of Axles No. 1, 2 and 5 to 147 lb-ft (199 N.m).
Turn tires straight forward and shut OFF engine.