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Old 11-02-2008, 09:14 PM   #1
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I have a question, is there an adjustment to straighten the steering wheel. My 700XTX drive fine but the wheel is not centered. Any thoughts. I haven't looked close yet just thought someone might have delt with this already. Thanks for any input

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There are 3 screws on the underside of the wheel that hold on the center cover. Under that is a nut. Remove that and move your wheel a couple splines. I like to drive mine down the road a bit with the nut off so that you can adjust where you want it easier. Then back into the driveway and tighted it back up....................
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Put locktite on the threads when you re tighten it up or it will come loose.
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Thanks for the help
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Check the toe to make sure its good?
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