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This is a discussion on DIY Wheel Alignment within the Maverick Builds, Projects, How-Tos forums, part of the Can-Am Maverick Forums category; Be sure to check that the steering wheel is centered lock to lock. Mine was not from the factory. You will have to pull the ...

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    Be sure to check that the steering wheel is centered lock to lock. Mine was not from the factory. You will have to pull the steering wheel off to center it lock to lock.
    Get a service manual cd and it will show how to center steering wheel.

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    I did this last night and it went pretty smooth. One of my back wheels was out by 1/2 inch and the front on that side was toed out more than 1/2 inch. My rig should drive much better!

    Thank for the write up and how-to. I was going to tackle this but was going to try to find center and measure from the outside in. This was muuuuuuch easier

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