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--> The Assault Industries radius rod double shear bracket kit resolves what has become a common problem for all Can Am Maverick X3 models. Premature wear of the center radius rod hole on the knuckle can cause undesirable behavior while driving. The hole can become oblong in shape, altering the toe angle which can lead to the dragging of the rear wheels, excessive tire wear, damage to other components or the total shearing off of the bolt. A sheared bolt can allow full toe angle articulation of the affected wheel(s) - this can make the vehicle impossible to control and very dangerous.

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Does the zrp radius rods work with these


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These are not compatible with the ZRP radius rods. We've only confirmed these will work for our radius rods and the stock rods. As long as the aftermarket rods you are trying to use are made to the OEM specifications, like our radius rods, they should work.
 

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Are your radius rods arched like what comes on the XRC for more ground clearance?
These are not compatible with the ZRP radius rods. We've only confirmed these will work for our radius rods and the stock rods. As long as the aftermarket rods you are trying to use are made to the OEM specifications, like our radius rods, they should work.
 

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ZRP radius rods will work if you cut out a section of the middle section of the bracket...
Still makes it a double sheer, doesn't lose much strength IMO
 

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So i just cut out the center section so the fixed end of the ZRP rod would fit without hitting. I know you can cut less then I did though
 
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