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Old 11-19-2019, 01:16 AM #16
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Thanks! Gonna have to find time to fix mine this week. Very shitty driving slight bends at highway speeds and constantly correcting steering positioning.

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Definitely check out mtbtm's video on how to check the steering shaft. It's a REALLY simple thing to check for before you start tearing into various parts and replacing stuff.

Just performed the steering shaft fix and it feels GREAT now. I recently wiped out on the highway and ended up in the ditch on an icy day. Really thankful that no one was hurt and there was no damage, but I am pretty certain the steering play contributed to this and not being able to finely control the vehicle as I would've liked.

Thanks alot for the video, mbttim!
Thanks man, glad you made it out of that okay. I'll be doing the shaft pinning sometime this week along with the shim on the wheel end.

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