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I recently bought a 2007 Honda rancher 420 4x4 everything is good on it except for the front plastics and the front steering because of a wreck that they had gotten into. The welded the front right A-arm bracket onto the frame. I guess because they had bent it beyond repair. But with that being said the steering is not straight. When it sits with the handle bars straight one wheel faces forward and one wheel faces outwards. Any fixes that would work besides cutting and welding? Will put pictures in tommorow.
 

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Cutting and welding would probably be the best and easiest fix. If you start adjusting stuff to account for the bracket being off then everything will be off and it might not ride right. Have you welded before?
 

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I have never welded before. So, would tightening and loosening the tie rods on each side not be good?
 
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