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Posted by Rick(Ga) on June 08, 2001 at 15:28:11 from (220.127.116.11):
I am looking at a Kubota L3300GST 4X4, 1995 model. The tractor has 928 hours on it and seems to be in good shape. However,when I was sitting on the tractor with the engine not running, I noticed that when you turn the steering wheel it will slowly rotate 360 degrees (without turning the front wheels). Although it(steering wheel) has some resistance, it will slowly twist all the way around. Is this normal? or am I nit picking. My first thought is that there may be a problem with the steering. I looked at some new Kubotas last week and did the same thing but did'nt notice the steering wheel slipping. Also, If anyone has any knowledge about this model Kubota, I would appreciate any comments. Thanks, Rick(Ga)
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