ADJUST STEERING LINKAGE
General Mechanics Tool Kit (Item 30, App D)
Cotter pin (2)
Screw 3/8-16 x 2-1/2 (2)
See your -10
Engine stopped/shutdown (see your 10)
Carrier blocked (see your -10)
Ramp lowered (see your -10)
Trim vane lowered and power plant front
access door open (see your -10)
Driver's power plant access cover removed
Battery ground leads disconnected (page 13-2)
A D J U S T
In most cases, adjustment of differential
brake linkage is necessary only when a
component of the control linkage has
been repaired or replaced.
1. Remove air cleaner housing and element
Unlock and release steering levers. Disconnect
two return springs (1) from bracket (2).
Remove cross-shaft access covers
Remove two cotter pins (3), clevis pins (4),
and washers (5) from two clevises (6) and
steering lever cross-shaft (7). Discard cotter
If holes in differential brake levers will
not align with tapped holes in differential
housing, loosen adjustment by turning
brake adjusting nut to left until holes
align. Re-adjust differential brakes
5. Align holes in differential brake levers (8)
with tapped holes in differential housing.
Secure with two screws (9).