Push the control lever to full stroke and turn drift adjustment bolt (Item 1) [Figure 50-110-24] in until it touches the U-bolt holding the control lever.
Repeat steps on the other control lever.
Drive the loader forward and check for drift.
The traditional benchmark for drift is less than 10 ft. of “drift” in 100 ft. of travel distance.
If the drift is excessive to the left, turn the right adjustment bolt (Item 1) [Figure 50-110-24] in.
If the drift is excessive to the right, turn the left adjustment bolt in.
NOTE: When using the drift adjustment bolts, only adjust one bolt for each test drive.
In addition only move each bolt a maximum of one turn for each test drive. This will help prevent over correction and excess reduction in travel speed.
Drift adjustment is for forward travel only.
Adjust the drift to an acceptable level.
Re-install the plug in the drift bolt access hole after adjustment.