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I just bought a 2014 can am maverick max......the second time i road it i bent the right front tie rod end, i feel i really wasnt to hard on it but who nows. I end up removing it and i was
surprised to see it was aluminum. Has anyone had a problem like this?
 

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Nope...nobody has ever bent a tie rod. Your the 1st we've heard of.
 
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haha, welcome to the forum.
 

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Just call Alex Reed at CT Racing. He's probably got them in stock and ready to go out.

Yes, tie rods are weak on all of the Can Am's.

Make sure to go to the Poll thread and VOTE!
 

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Just call Alex Reed at CT Racing. He's probably got them in stock and ready to go out.

Yes, tie rods are weak on all of the Can Am's.

Make sure to go to the Poll thread and VOTE!

What he said.
I broke my tie rod on the 4th trip out. Alex makes a great product and he has them in stock (I got mine last week).
 

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never broke a tie rod , put new ones on with 2 miles lol

yes there hallow aluminum , there made weak to save the steering rack or spindle from breaking , tie rod cost 50 , rack or spindle 300-500 -
 

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never broke a tie rod , put new ones on with 2 miles lol

yes there hallow aluminum , there made weak to save the steering rack or spindle from breaking , tie rod cost 50 , rack or spindle 300-500 -
And flipping your Maverick when a tie rod breaks....priceless.
 
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lol
 
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