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    Arrow 2002 GPR Steering question

    I have stock steering. I noticed a bit of up and down play in the area indicated by the red arrow. Is this a nylon bushing or washer and is it a pain in the A$$ to change?

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    Taking it apart is not hard you have to remove the front cowling which is the most work of the whole project. There was a shim washer in mine I am not sure if these vary with model but it looks like they used it to adjust the up and down play in the steering.

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    FYI: If you take apart the arm inside the ski, you can replace the bushings without taking off the baseplate.

    ...and yes, it helps to be double jointed and a third arm.

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    Thumbs up Thanks

    Thanks guys for the info. Should tackle it this week.

    E.S.

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