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I have about a Toro Sw4200 steering wheel zero turn that's about 5+ years old. It is steadily becoming harder to turn, moving or not. Front wheel spindles and wheels hubs have been disassembled and greased. Tire pressure is correct. Also, the mower will continue to slide straight, sometimes, if turning sharply on the lawn at slow speeds. It's as if the front wheels are turned, but the hyrdos are both driving at the same speed. I have checked the speeds with the rear tires in the air and they do slow when the steering is turn sharply.

Don't know if the issues are related or not.
 

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since it is a steering wheel zero turn, maybe there is something wrong with the steering colum
The column seems smooth and easy when tires off ground. Can't see anything changing when it's on the ground. Wheels and spindles are greased and don't show signs of wear. Thanks,
 
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