I just inherited a 1952 8N which has been completely restored - I'm told - everything works great, except the steering. I'm trying to do some mowing and I've got a finishing mower attached and as long as I'm going fairly straight or turning slightly everything is fine, but when I try to turn fairly sharply to the right or left as is necessary when mowing, it is like trying to steer a car with the power steering out. I've got to grab the wheel with both hands and it takes all my strength just to get the wheel turned and then it is almost impossible to get it straightened out again. It seems to work a little better occasionally, but other time seems almost to get hung up or catch. The steering gear/box was almost dry, so refilled that and it seemed to help a tiny bit and I've adjusted the wheels and alignment, which also help a tiny bit, but it is still almost impossible to turn and to straighten back up out of a turn. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. My operators manual tells me about adjusting the steering via the sector adjusting screw, but I've looked and looked and can't find the adjusting screw. I see where it is supposed to be according to the manual, but there is no adjusting screw or lock nut where it is suppose to be. It is not that it is missing, it is just not there. HELP!!!