Is it not something I can just adjust instead of the hassle of taking it to my dealer?It need a front end allignment. It's controlled by the tie rods. Your dealer is supposed to check that and adjust it if needed as part of new sled prep. I would take it back and demand that they do what they get paid for.[/b]
Thanks so much for the great advice!!! I spoke to my dealer and he told me they have trouble with that due to the hooked bars. I might just wait till the end of the year to play with that.ACTMAN06: It is the same procedure as aligning your skis. Move the handle bars to the position that is straight and secure them in that position with tie straps to the running boards. This alone can drive you crazy. Put a straight edge against the track (make sure track is aligned) and use the control rods (the ones on the front suspension with the lock nuts) to align the skis to the straight edge. Note the lock nuts on the control arms have one right thread and one left thread. Once you get them un-locked you just turn the rod to move the ski in and out. Slight toe out is OK but no more then 1/4 ". Good luck. This adjustment drives me crazy. It is almost impossible to get it right on. There are so many variables. My suggestion is to get it close and don't worry about it. Having said that, I know how annoying it is to be going down a straight trail with the handlebars turned.
It seems like a simple procedure, that should only take a few minutes, but believe me, I have spent hours trying to get them right on. That is why they don't come properly done from the dealer. They just don't have the time. As long as both skis are on in the same direction is good enough for them.
If anyone else has any suggestion on how to nail ski alignment down, it would be appreciated.
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