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I am a first time atv owner, I'm also a jeep owner. that being said. I am really happy with the power on my atv, but the turning is worse than my jeeps! is this normal, do they have someting that can help this, or do I have a problem that needs fixen? thanks a lot.

One last question, how many times can i make the double jump in my back yard before I break something? I'll let you know when it happens!

the bike is all original, even tires!
 

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LMAO, on the jumps.... you're good until you hear the snap, clank, bang, and/or boom.
 

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you forgot Boing, PSSSSSSS, Flop--flop-flop, lol soe of these quads turn like sherman tanks. especially on baloony tires thay make steering stabilizers but I'm not sure on the application year models.

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Welcome to the Forum!! The older 4X4 quads turn like Semi Trucks. The jumping As long as your not doing nothing to crazy it should hold up. Everything breaks even the Quads made for that type of riding.
 

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I think I"M done jumping for the winter, I almost slid into a tree. I'm insured two different ways, but I don't think my wife would like taking care of me and the baby.

good to know that the steering sucks in stock form. I know that the original owner hit a tree with the front right, and they replaced tie rods and such up there. Just wanted to know if they did everything right. I'll get pics of up soon.
 

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I looked at everyting, and so did my brother, who has bent a lot on the front of his quad. and everything is straight and super clean, the whole bike was way too clean for me. I got it from an old guy who got it from his mom who was the one who hit a tree with it. SO I'm making it dirty.

I just wanted to know if I needed to run the tie rod out or the pitman arm in a little
 
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