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My 2002 sportsman 700 has new ball joints and I did a 2 inch lift to stop my outlaw 1 27s from rubbing. It put the ball joins at such an angle the plate that holds them in came loose. The threads won’t go in and I don't know how to fix it. The back had a nice angle too but I lower it down with the shock adjustment and it’s good now. I just can’t find anything on the ball join issue.
 

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Well I'd press er' back in and bolt it up nice and tight.
 

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Well I'd press er' back in and bolt it up nice and tight.
I did that.. pain in the butt.. I just ordered a new strut because the threads inside the holes are bad and the ball join itself sucks. So I should get that around the same time I’m getting other parts for it. Flywheel, dynojet, just some small things, then it should be together and a new bike the next day... at least I hope.
 

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And is there anything you think I need to know about that dynojet for the carb?
 
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