Last year I installed a steel angle bracket on the front of my LGT145, with a trailer ball attached, so I could maneuver my car trailer around in the driveway more easily than with the pickup. This morning, with the trailer attached, I was backing the tractor up and turning when I looked down and thought, "Wow, that left front tire sure has a lot of castor". Well, don't I wish. The spindle on the steering arm had snapped off down in the assembly. As you can see in the photos, there was only about half the spindle attached. I assume this must have been from an earlier fracture, I don't know. It doesn't look repairable, so I'm in the hunt for a replacement. Any suggestions? Also, are there any alternatives to the hardened roll pin that holds the spindle in the steering arm assembly? It took me an hour to get it out which involved making a piloted drift, lots of heat, and a five pound hammer.