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    alignement after pump wedge!!

    Hi guy's!!

    I'm basicaly having a hard time with the stering ajustment part.
    When I'm installing the stering extention included in the kit, even with extension and ajuster screwed all the way in, the cable become too long to get nozzle and handle bars straight, so the nozzle is pointing to the left.

    And if I don't use the extension the cable is too short, only 2 threads are grabbing (not enough) for a proper alignement.

    What should I do??


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    Quote Originally Posted by pass1 View Post
    Hi guy's!!

    I'm basicaly having a hard time with the stering ajustment part.
    When I'm installing the stering extention included in the kit, even with extension and ajuster screwed all the way in, the cable become too long to get nozzle and handle bars straight, so the nozzle is pointing to the left.

    And if I don't use the extension the cable is too short, only 2 threads are grabbing (not enough) for a proper alignement.

    What should I do??
    I had a similiar issue bro. There is also and adjustment nut (plastic) up in the front of the ski under the handlebars. You have to adjust them both to get things right. At first I just adjusted the back and thought I could not get it any better and then JP showed me the adjuster in the front as well.

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    There is another adjustment at the bar end.

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    Do you have the two longer bolts that came with the wedge for the bottom? If not then it wont work.

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    The cable housing adjustment up front will take care of all your problems! Loosen up the two 10mm hex bolts that secure the nut, and adjust the housing nut as needed... then tighten up the 10mm bolts. But first... screw your adapter & ball joint on the cable as far as possible, then adjust the cable housing.

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    WOW!! Those were ultra fast answers!

    Thanks guy's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    I had a similiar issue bro. There is also and adjustment nut (plastic) up in the front of the ski under the handlebars. You have to adjust them both to get things right. At first I just adjusted the back and thought I could not get it any better and then JP showed me the adjuster in the front as well.
    Same problem with my ski,whatever i tried i wouldn't get the steering straight.
    Adjusted front and back,and is perfectly aligned now.

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