I replaced the tie rod ends on my Ford 80 before winter. I got the front wheels relatively straight and parallel to each other, and claimed victory. It works fine, but I don't have it centered. I can turn much sharper right than left. This is not a problem, really. I only use the tractor for moving snow and working in the garden. I like the sharp right turns at the end of rows when cultivating.
My question, if I center the steering, so I can turn as tightly left as right, will I gain sharper left turns at the expense of sharp right turns? Or will I be able to turn very tightly in both directions? I suspect I am limited by the number of teeth on the steering box thingy, and will loose some of my hard right turn if I even it up.
Edited by bja105, June 27, 2013 - 07:15 PM.