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    drove tractor to friends house a couple miles. I noticed that while keeping tractor straight my steering wheel turned full 360 degrees a little at a time, while bumping steering wheel left and right to maintain straight course. Is this normal
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkschaser View Post
    drove tractor to friends house a couple miles. I noticed that while keeping tractor straight my steering wheel turned full 360 degrees a little at a time, while bumping steering wheel left and right to maintain straight course. Is this normal
    Thx
    Yes, somewhat normal with hydraulic steering. Thatís the reason a lot guys donít like the spinner knobs, it never returns or stays in the same position.


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    It is common for the tractors to "wander" on the pavement and they seem to need more steering input to keep them going straight than other purpose designed road driven vehicles. I drive my tractor on the local roads all of the time and its not simply point and go, it's a little adjustment here, another one there to keep it going down the road.

    They also seem to notice the road crowns and the slope much more, especially with the narrow track and short wheelbase. If you have an implement on the 3 point hitch, it can make the tractor wander even more, depending upon the weight, etc. and if the implement shifts side to side on the hitch as the 3 point arms move side to side, which happens.

    Always make sure to run your Hazard Lights whenever on the roads. With distracted drivers and the speed differential between your tractor and other road vehicles, many drivers aren't prepared for the nearly instant closing rate when they come up behind you. So make sure you are as easily seen as possible to remain safe. Yes, there is the slow moving vehicle sign, but sadly I bet 1 in 4 newer drivers doesn't even know what the symbol means..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Yes, somewhat normal with hydraulic steering. Thatís the reason a lot guys donít like the spinner knobs, it never returns or stays in the same position.


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    Oh no, Pat. Don't start the spinner knob controversy again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Yes, somewhat normal with hydraulic steering. Thatís the reason a lot guys donít like the spinner knobs, it never returns or stays in the same position.

    WHO? WHO? Who don't like the spinner knob?



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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkschaser View Post
    drove tractor to friends house a couple miles. I noticed that while keeping tractor straight my steering wheel turned full 360 degrees a little at a time, while bumping steering wheel left and right to maintain straight course. Is this normal
    Thx
    If I got this right, the steering valve on the 1025 has free rotation, left to right, and only controls hydraulic oil out one port or the other when turned, and doesn't have a center position. It's not mechanically connected to the tie rods so it doesn't get feedback about the position of the front wheels.

    Steering lock is achieved by the front steering cylinder, when it bottoms out left or right you can't turn it any further. Since the steering valve doesn't have a "center" it won't neccesarily return to the same position it was before you turned the wheels.
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    End result is same as my bass boat with hydraulic steering.
    The steering wheel has no home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corkpuller View Post
    End result is same as my bass boat with hydraulic steering.
    The steering wheel has no home.
    Just like the old kids song where "the leg bone is connected to the hip bone", etc. etc. well, while humans are still physically connected, most new vehicles aren't, especially new cars. Remember how the steering wheel was bolted to the steering shaft, which was bolted to the steering box, which was hooked to the steering arms and tie rods which actually turned the cars wheels? Not necessarily the case anymore.....

    Actually, its pretty terrifying when you think about how drivers in new cars really don't have total "physical" control over the vehicles steering, accelerator pedal position, etc. Instead, they are controlled by position sensors and computers. Welcome to technology........
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    You mentioned it turned a full 360*.....so It must have went the same direction slowly..??

    Another member here had a similar issue a week or 2 ago.

    It would turn both ways fine but took more turns to go left than it did right..iirc...concensus was the orbital valve is degrading.

    See if it gets worse...your warrenty up??....its a spendy part and in a bad location .
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    Hi Duke

    4.7 miles straight highway. noticed on the trip that wheel was slowly rotating clockwise. i was running against traffic because i live in south jersey and wanted to see traffic coming towards me. highway is crowned alot. i do believe if i run same route with traffic wheel would turn counterclockwise the same. BTW i have spinner and dont really care where it is still better than not
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