Hallaleuya Brothers and Sisters, we have a new believer in our midst. :sidelaugh:
After you shim or replace the sector gear/ replace the tie rod ends/ replace the worn axle pivot pin , shim the front wheel bearings, it will drive like a much newer Cadillac. Turning circle won`t improve though ! The P/S models are even worse. "Give me 40 acres and I`ll turn this rig around"Rockdog said:'responds' to steering inputs like a 90 year old man in a '75 Cadillac Fleetwood).
This is the problem that a holding valve solves. Once you set the travel lever to the desired speed it will stay there up and down the hills.Rockdog said:The only thing I dont really like about it is that due to the hills in my yard you have to adjust the travel lever every two minutes. One second you're going down hill and the cut quality isnt so good and the next your going back up and you have to give it some more flow cause it will slow down too much. Maybe if I sharpen the blades I wont have to slow down so much going down hill. Would love a foot control of some sort.