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PostPosted: Wed Apr 28, 2021 5:47 pm    Post subject: Moline BG steering wheel Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I;m still trying bit by bit to get this BG back together.
The rubber is pretty much gone on the steering wheel I have for it. Its not round any more either. I see several sellers offering replacements they say will fit, but the shaft in mine is splined and all the descriptions say their wheels are 7/8 tapered and keyed. The shaft in my parts tractor is 7/8 tapered spine as well. (But the steering wheel is an automotive wheel welded to the MM hub.

Has anyone on here ran into that problem and found a solution?

Thanks!
Kelvin
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PostPosted: Thu May 06, 2021 10:59 am    Post subject: Re: Moline BG steering wheel Reply to specific post Reply with quote

CVPost-T.R.K. wrote:
(quoted from post at 18:47:42 04/28/21) I;m still trying bit by bit to get this BG back together.
The rubber is pretty much gone on the steering wheel I have for it. Its not round any more either. I see several sellers offering replacements they say will fit, but the shaft in mine is splined and all the descriptions say their wheels are 7/8 tapered and keyed. The shaft in my parts tractor is 7/8 tapered spine as well. (But the steering wheel is an automotive wheel welded to the MM hub.

Has anyone on here ran into that problem and found a solution?

Thanks!
Kelvin
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Kelvin,
I ran into this because someone thought it was a good idea to put a Ford steering wheel on and pound the hollow sides over it to hold in place. I took a BF steering shaft, cut 20 inches off from the taper end. Cut the Bg shaft 4inches shorter and then had it milled down so I was able to push the two together. Weld the seam and ground down the edges. Then I bought the steering wheel and everything worked out.
Steve
 
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