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post #1 of 18 Old August 11th, 2019, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
 
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Hey guys. Picked up my 2018 rzr xp1000 about a month ago and loving it. I do have a few questions about it. My right rear wheel is toed in pretty good at the top and was loose. I replaced the wheel bearings and seamed to tighten it up. I put ten miles on it since and noticed itís toed in again. The wheel has no play. Is there a way to align the rear end without adjustable radius rods?


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post #2 of 18 Old August 12th, 2019, 08:35 AM
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Take a picture of the bad side and let everyone have a good look. Guess is bent radius rod.

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The factory radius arms aren't really very strong. I had a rock eat one of mine on the first real trail I wheeled on.

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Iím in central Indiana and the only place Iíve ridden since getting the machine is the badlands in Attica. (Only has the rzr for about a month) the bad side is the passenger side.


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Something is bent, but what? I would jack it up. Remove wheels and try to measure the rods on both sides. Could take them off and lay on top of each other to compare. Simple to take off. If not that, then really look over the hub for damage.

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post #7 of 18 Old August 12th, 2019, 11:55 AM
 
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Not quite as easy to diagnose but a twisted trailing arm would also be a possibility

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Itís hard to tell for sure, could just be the angle of the pic, but the upper passenger rear looks bent upward just outboard of the tapered area.

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Thank you all. You guys are much more friendly than some other forums Iíve been in. I just swapped the hubs to see if maybe one was a bit looser than the other and the issue never moved sides. I never noticed the issue until I put the bumpers and 32s on. Machine only has 212 miles. Iíll give it a good look over and see if the trailing arm is twisted and pull the tire to get a good look at that radius rod. Iíll also get another wheel bearing to throw in that side to see if anything changes


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Here are some pics of the rods. They seem straight to me, but I didnít study them too hard.



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Probably my eyes and the way the picture was taken. But, it looks to me as if the brake rotor and caliper is not setting square with the rest of the machine.

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It has play just like it did before, feels just like a wheel bearing. I replaced them on both sides and feels just like it did before.


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It has play just like it did before, feels just like a wheel bearing. I replaced them on both sides and feels just like it did before.


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Was it a tight fit for the new bearing? Could the hub be worn enough?

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It went in like it should. I was thinking maybe the hub was a bit worn is why I switched sides really quick and didnít change a thing


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Don't know. About all that is left is trailing arm or bent frame mounts.

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