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It's a conical shaped set screw holding the steering knuckle to the shaft. Removal and replacement is as John stated.John *.?-!.* cub owner wrote:49 cub would originally had pointed setscrews holding the steering knuckle to the shaft. Most likely the one pointing inward has broken or been replaced with a different type. Usually not too hard to remove the setscrew and work the knuckle arm off the spindle, then use a small punch through the hole on the backside of the shaft and tap the broken point out, then install new setscrew.
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