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« on: July 07, 2004, 09:38:33 AM »

i am wondering on my yellow MG-1 i am stripping down to rebuild. the steering levers seem to be not very tight when i pull them to turn it. does this meen i need to replace something or just adjust them somehow. i do have the manuals but just thought id ask you guys since im not that far yet to be able to work on them,im trying to work an changing out a engine or freeing it up hopefully today i will have the head off to see whats wrong besides the rust im sure it has in it. and blake have you got those pictures up yet for me i still have more to send when you do of my yellow one that is my current project. thanks everyone as always. i cannot wait until i can drive one of these cletrac under their own power they sure are fun to drive being pulled behind my pickup. i will try and attach a picture of my one i display in front of my house
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« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2004, 12:11:59 PM »

Hey, there's no steering clutches in an MG-1.

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My gramps Howard van Driest was Experimental Engineer at Cletrac and Oliver Corporation. After the plant closed, he and my uncle started an excavating business, initially using Cletrac and Oliver Crawler tractors. Please help Support This Site and give your business exposure by buying a business card sized ad.
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