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« on: August 23, 2006, 03:25:08 PM »

Today I made the second adjustment to my original Ross power assist 4104 steering. I had taken about half the play out previously and took most of the rest out today.

It is an easy adjustment to make and makes driving the bus really enjoyable. No more constant "seesawing" for mile after mile.

Folks, this is easy to do and erases the thought of adding expensive Sheppard steering. Now I know how pleasant the original bus drivers found the steering.
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PD4107-152
PD4104-1274
Ash Flat, AR
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