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Recently my steering went out on my GT-14 I can't find in the manual how the steering is suppose to be attached. (I'm also sorry I don't know the correct terms.) I have attached pictures to show what I'm talking about.



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Mine was repaired by cutting off the worn end, welding on a bolt and installing a heim joint.  

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 Looks like you might be missing the little wire snap rings that go inside the socket end of the drag link.

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