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    Pump Wedge

    I put a pump wedge on my 2006 rxp when adjusting the steering how do i know when i am at full left and full right position


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    I did it by eye. I set the steering straight and adjusted from there. That way you know that you are headed in the correct direction. It however may need small adjustments. Usually it is spot on.

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    going to do a pump wedge to my ski, was the install somewhat simple?

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    Yeah. Really simple. Raise VTS to full UP POSITION
    Step 1: Remove venturri
    Step 2: Remove wedge from packaging
    Step 3: Place wedge onto pump ( it only goes one way) WITHOUT silicone
    Step 4: Re-attach Venturri and attach extension rod set to 8.5".
    Step 5: Attach steering extensions and Reverse Bucket extensions using red loctite
    Step 6: Shave reverse bucket.
    Step 7: Done

    Really simple..... Nothing fancy. Shouldn't take more than a half hour to complete... Or an hour at most...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSRXP View Post
    Yeah. Really simple. Raise VTS to full UP POSITION
    Step 1: Remove venturri
    Step 2: Remove wedge from packaging
    Step 3: Place wedge onto pump ( it only goes one way) WITHOUT silicone
    Step 4: Re-attach Venturri and attach extension rod set to 8.5".
    Step 5: Attach steering extensions and Reverse Bucket extensions using red loctite
    Step 6: Shave reverse bucket.
    Step 7: Done

    Really simple..... Nothing fancy. Shouldn't take more than a half hour to complete... Or an hour at most...

    8. Drink a Beer and step back and take a break.
    9. adjust the front of the steering to make sure the steering is straight. Idid not do this and first time out I had the steering sideways to go straight...lmao

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    Quote Originally Posted by TundraLu View Post
    8. Drink a Beer and step back and take a break.
    9. adjust the front of the steering to make sure the steering is straight. Idid not do this and first time out I had the steering sideways to go straight...lmao
    #8 is the hidden step to all instructions =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisdevasher View Post
    #8 is the hidden step to all instructions =D
    Wait! Drink A beer? At least a six pack or three.....

    +1 on the steering. I set the bars due straight and made the adjustment from there...

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    How come you do not put on silicone? Thought that was part of the process?

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    Great info!

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    There are boss's on the steering colume that limit how far you go, If you can hit both of them right and left with no binding you should be good to go. I used the Coolant plug hole to line up my nozzle then I made sure the steering was insync with that. Good luck.

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