Clearing some tree's/stumps today and I backed into a steep hole with just the passenger rear tire. It was a deep hole and stopped the loader in its tracks, not that I was going very fast but it was sudden and not good. I pulled forward out of the hole and drove away to an open area. I thought I better check and make sure I hadn't broke/bent anything and apparently I did. The passenger rear doesn't turn/angle as far as the driver's side now. I've looked everything over as best as I could and see no broken/bent parts. I know next to nothing about these machines. I just inherited it from my father. Its old, and worn out but still works good enough for me. He said to check the bar that goes from one tire to the other and see if it bent and I don't think it has. Yes it has bends in it but nothing out of the ordinary. I'm wondering if one of the hydralic cylinders isn't working correctly. I'm pretty sure the tires were fairly straight when I backed into the hole if that makes a difference. Also he had me check the long arm that goes the length of the loader and connects to the top of the hub on the drivers side and it seems fine as well. Any idea's guys?
To me it seems like the passenger side cylinder steering ram isn't pulling/pushing hard enough now.
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