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Great Review T2

Discussion in 'Member Reviews and Technical Articles' started by Footer, Jan 30, 2015.

  1. Footer

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    Good review:
     
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    Man does that suspension look real stiff in this vid lol.
     
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  3. Footer

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    Actually look on youtube about teryx suspension.. Some said the tightening bolts were over tightened. Some riders loosened the bolts and it seemed to make a huge difference.
     
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    A lot of guys, myself included, found the A-arm bolts to be way over-torqued from the factory. Also, removing or simply disconnecting the front sway bar helps with articulation and adds negligible body roll in hard cornering. Replacing the OEM bushings with Garage Products bushings made the biggest difference for my ride. Took away all the binding and noise of the rubber bushings.
     
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    Yea I noticed that not much travel flexing movement going on, Jesse said his rides good and I take his word on it, but it just looks bulky and stiff, I still like the bullet proof build of the entire Trex drive train.
     
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    I also saw a few reviews about the a arm bolts being torque down to tight from the factory and did the check on one and found about half the a arms wouldn't float down on their own when the wheels were off and shocks taken off. All were binding from being too tight. Some we only had to turn 1/2 turn and others 1.5 turns.
     
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    I wish someone would do a before and after video! :)
     
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