Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: upstate ny
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The pitman arm is a critical component to get tight-if it is too loose, you can break the sector shaft or destroy the splines.Try greasing the splines a bit to assist in pressing it on-as you are tightening it, wack it up (on) with a brass hammer. When you get it on so it doesn't move any more, take the nut BACK off, and use some BLUE locktite on it.
A 3/4" impact gun does wonders.
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