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Just bought this used 2015 rancher. Any ideas what might be the cause/fix of this this slanted/twisted rear end? I can't find any obvious damage or bent, cracked or otherwise damaged frame parts. Could it the be the rear rack twisted pushing down or pulling up the plastics? Thanks. Land vehicle Vehicle All-terrain vehicle Tire Automotive tire
 

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Does it have adjustable shocks? Could the left front be adjusted different than the right?
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There's a possibility the tyre pressures could give the illusion of a twisted/out of line rear end, worth checking.
 

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I already checked the shocks up front, same adjustment. I'll double check the tire pressure. Measured on level ground, there's a half inch difference in height. Any other suggestions? Thanks!
 

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check the rear swing arm bearings.
 
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