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Discussion:  Toyota Lgp/gas steering wheel axle
Number of messages: 4

LJubljana, Slovenia

Customer changes pins and bushings on the steering axles of Toyota GAS forklift. Problem is clearance on the steering axle which is repeated after 1 month. Parts are supplied by TVH.
Have anyone simular problem or idea how to solve this problem.

Posted 4 Jun 2015 02:44 AM Reply  Report this message
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ATTICA, Greece

Maybe you should try the original parts.

Posted 9 Jun 2015 06:03 AM Reply  Report this message
South Carolina, United States

cushion tire? pressed on right and not 'over size"
steer stops good and properly adjusted?
giving a complete model and serial number always gets better opinions.

"it's not rocket surgery"

Posted 9 Jun 2015 10:43 AM Reply  Report this message
Yorkshire, United Kingdom
never change just the pins and bushes on a Toyota steer axle, always change the plate links too as in my time working at Toyota I always found that they wore oval at the lower link plate and at top they wear round on the flat section. also change the compression washers that locate between the plate and steer ram end/stub able, these can flatten out too. you may also have wear on the steer ram and stub axle wear the bushes are inserted too. you will probably find that when the pins/bushes were changed then the engineer would have tightened the bottom nut up as tight as possible to removing the play, eventually it will settle down thru use and appear worn out again. ifn theres a lot of wear in the steer ram/stub axle then when you tighten the pin nut it will just clamp up onto the dhaft of the pin and never tighten properly, check for this too.

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