Steering Drift Compensation can be used to reduce steering drift to maintain a desired travel path.
Examples of applications where this feature can be used:
• To compensate for normal variations such as tire inflation pressure, track tension, tire wear and track
• Using side shift attachments such as trenchers, planers and silt fence installers.
• Driving on uneven terrain such as crowned road surfaces.
Steering drift compensation contains a total of 21 settings. Steering drift compensation can be set to any point from neutral to [S-L10] left and from neutral to [S-r10] right. [S—-] is displayed when set for neutral [Figure 60-161-1].