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Probably a LOT depends on which tractor it is.

If there is a nut,, loosen the nut slightly,,, not completely.
With the threads protected, lift up on the wheel, with your thighs.

HIT the protected nut,,, with a BIG hammer. The type of hit depends on the hammer used.
 

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Probably a LOT depends on which tractor it is.

If there is a nut,, loosen the nut slightly,,, not completely.
With the threads protected, lift up on the wheel, with your thighs.

HIT the protected nut,,, with a BIG hammer. The type of hit depends on the hammer used.
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Probably a LOT depends on which tractor it is.

If there is a nut,, loosen the nut slightly,,, not completely.
With the threads protected, lift up on the wheel, with your thighs.

HIT the protected nut,,, with a BIG hammer. The type of hit depends on the hammer used.
:good2: I usually do it that way, sitting on the seat I place my thighs (close to my knees) under the steering wheel. Using a brass punch and a heavy hammer, I hit the steering shaft with a good lick. It usually comes loose the first hit, that's if the steering wheel hub is not too rusted to the shaft.
 

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:good2: I usually do it that way, sitting on the seat I place my thighs (close to my knees) under the steering wheel. Using a brass punch and a heavy hammer, I hit the steering shaft with a good lick. It usually comes loose the first hit, that's if the steering wheel hub is not too rusted to the shaft.
ok thanks:bigthumb:
 
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