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Hello everyone!

I am new to this board and currently having a bit of difficulty understanding a problem on our utv.

 

We had purchased 4 utv"s from a Chinese company they are roughly 170-250cc two seaters. The products work great minus a bit of weekly maintenance. However the steering play seems to be too loose... we had tweaked and greased everything from the gear box to the buschings etc etc yet has a lot of play and worse if you run over a bump. Any advise on this matter? Could it be the stock tie rods are bad?

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