I have a 2005 foreman 500, that has been crashed a couple times now, and has major steering issues. Entire front end is new, bearings, inner and outer tie rods, all ball joints etc. The machine is very “darty”, and difficult to steer, especially in bumpy terrain. Had it in the shop this week, and they cannot track down the reason for this. The frame appears straight, with multiple points being measured. Rear end has new axle bearings and swing arm bearings. The only thing they could confirm is that when the front suspension compresses, the left tire turns out about 2-3 inches. The right is normal. Not sure if there is a bent A arm on the left side, or if the frame has been tweeked. A arms appear fine. The machine is aligned well now, until I hit a bump, and it wants to rip the bars out of my hands. Any advice would be much appreciated.