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post #1 of 8 Old 04-22-2019, 11:36 PM Thread Starter
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Adjusting the front wheels

Can someone explain to me the best method to adjust the front wheels to the rear wheels? Thank you
I can’t get it right.
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You mean like an alignment?
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Yes. When I try to adjust the alignment of the front wheels, either they open too much, they pinch too much, or the tops are not straight. It never goes well.😔
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You set quad in the air or on the ground.
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You set quad in the air or on the ground.
On ground, with rider.

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So I summarize: on the ground with rider on it, I put an aluminum ruler against the rear wheel and align the front wheel. I do the same thing on the other side. Everything must be straight then?
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I would adjust the sag for your weight first as well. Can't say I have any real idea on an ATV as I own my first now for about two weeks, but you want the suspension set up for you before any sort of alignment in any other Motorsport so I would do the same here.
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Yes I imagine for the competition but I just want to adjust my front wheels at best, it’s just rides between friends
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