The steering on my CJ was very tight and felt like it was binding in certain areas, I ordered the parts to rebuild it and everything came in so I pulled my steering box yesterday to rebuild it, not too much of a problem to get it out. When I pulled it out I removed the pitman arm, then took the cover off, I tried turning the shaft with the cover off and it turned very easy, put the cover back on and it was tight again, the adjusting nut for the sector shaft was overtightened and making it bind against the worm gear. Anyway I pulled everything out of the box and noticed there was a lot of wear on the sector shaft pins and figured I was going to have to buy a new one, of course mine is the 15/16" one, called Kaiser, Walcks and checked online and of course there were none available anywhere. Found an article online from Four Wheeler magazine that said they ran into the same problem and they had a machine shop push the pins out and rotated, so I figured it was worth a shot, ground off the back of the pins put them in a vise and pushed them out, they came out quite easily, I had marked them with a center punch, rotated them 90 degrees to an unworn area and pressed them back in, welded them on the back and will reinstall today. I used a couple of sockets to start them off but ended up having to put a small bolt in place to push it all the way out, when you grind off the end it's quite difficult to see where the edge of the pin is you have to rotate it a few ways and you can just see the edge and mark it, they didn't take too much pressure to push out, so if you have to use a lot of force take a second look and make sure your on the pin and not partially on the sector shaft. Took a few pics along the way but it's a fairly simple operation. Hopefully this helps someone out that has run into the same problem.