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Hello all, I am new to the forums!

I just bought my trail boss a few weeks ago. I noticed the left side wheel has quite a bit of camber, it almost seems like more the the right side. But are these wheels suppose to have this much lean out on the top of the tire? Or is there something bent?...







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I'm not sure. You should be able to download a owner's manual off the Polaris website.

I'm not sure it's possible to adjust the camber with the struts, just Toe adjustment.

Having said that and if that's not acceptable camber, it does look excessive to me, you might need new bearings. How much slop are in them?
 

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I don't believe there is any play in the bearings, that's what has me concerned. I will check the website, but any more input?
 

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So the Polaris website takes me to a specification manual that has a couple wiring diagrams at the end. Nothing helpful...
 

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Maybe somebody put super heavy duty springs on it.
 

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Springs were not compressed enough when struts replaced. The struts aren't sitting low enough in hubs. That will cause positive camber.


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