5. The following procedure must be used to make a
toe-in adjustment for the front wheels.
a) Lift the front wheels off the ground. Install the
lock pin in the wheel lean bar and the front
b) Turn the wheel to put a mark on the center of
the tread on each tire.
c) Measure the distance from the mark on one
tire to the other tire at the front and at the rear
of the tires. Toe-in is correct when the
measurement at the front of the tires is .12 to
.25 in. (3.0 to 6.4 mm) less than the
measurement at the rear of the tires.
d) Make the toe-in adjustment if needed. Loosen
nut (5) on the clamp. Loosen the nut on the clamp
at the other end of the rod (4). Turn the tie rod in
the direction needed to get the correct toe-in for
the front wheels. Tighten the nuts on the clamps to
a torque of 55 5 lb.ft. (75 + 7 N-m).
6. Make an adjustment for the length of the rods in
the steering cylinders as follows: a) Lift the front
wheels off the ground. Install the lock pin in the
wheel lean bar and the front axle. Make the
adjustments for correct toe-in.
b) Loosen locknut (7). Turn cylinder rod (6) on to
the threads of socket (8) as far as possible.
Do the same to the other steering cylinder.
c) Steer the wheels for a maximum turn to the
left. Turn the right side cylinder rod until the left
side stop (10) on the wheel spindle housing is
d) Steer the wheels for a maximum turn to the
.12 .06 in. (3.0 1.5 mm) from the left side
right. Turn the left side cylinder rod until the
axle stop (9). Tighten the locknut on the
right side stop on the wheel spindle housing is
.12 .06 in. (3.0 1.5 mm) from the right side
axle stop. Tighten the locknut on the cylinder