Assuming you're referring to separating the track rod's ball joint that has a tapered end from the steering box's drop arm, do as follows - slacken track arm nut (but leave it on to protect the ball joint's thread when you'll be hammering it), then attach a ratchet strap from a girder or any immovable object to the aforementioned end of the steering arm and tighten it as much as you can, then if you have an oxy acetylene torch heat up the bottom of the drop arm in order to expand it, (without setting the strap on fire!!) , hit the track arm's nut with a hammer, then it should come off
CHAP launches CropMonitor Pro â a new digital service for predicting crop pest and disease risks
CHAP is delighted to announce the launch of a new digital service – Crop Monitor Pro. It is designed to help growers and agronomists predict the likelihood of pest and disease outbreaks on their farm.
CropMonitor Pro extends the DEFRA funded, long-standing regional risk evaluation service (Crop Monitor) which was first launched in 2003 by Fera Science Limited (Fera). CropMonitor Pro is a significant advancement on that service by providing field-level risk prediction for a range of pests and diseases affecting winter wheat, winter oilseed rape and...