Restoring or repairing old tractors, you have to contend with years of built up rust and wear and tear. Sometimes just removing the parts to restore or repair the tractor is a job in and of itself. Finding and using the right tools for the job can make all the difference. In this article, you’ll learn how to remove a steering wheel from a tractor.
Assemble the items needed. These are listed below. Park the tractor somewhere safe and ensure that it is completely turned off. Puller Some washers Gearless ratchet Spline drive socket
Place the puller on the steering wheel. To avoid damaging the centering tip of the puller, place a few washers under the screw. This gives it a firm, well-balanced grip.
Insert the ratchet as shown in the image. Apply just the minimum amount of force to the ratchet while the puller is firmly seated. You will note that this begins to break the steering wheel free.
Remove the wheel. The steering wheel comes off with no damage. Perform any maintenance tasks required and either restore the wheel or replace it.