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    Reboarding Step

    Hey fellas


    Not sure if the thread has been posted about yet so if it has sorry in advance for the double post....i'm sure this isn't news to most people but i guess there having problems with the re boarding steps... I have been through two, and my dealer says now if the third one goes i will have to replace it. I am frustrated that its the same problem every time so there is obviously a flaw in them as it is the same problem each time. Looking to seek advice from you kind folk on weather your having any problems at all or if there is any preventative maintenance i can do. I think its bull shi* i may have to pay for someone else's mistakes.


    half drunk monday night ramble over.

    Cheers


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    Mine has been limp since February lol.. I just ride it like that would love to hear from u guys ahahah

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    I don't have a rear step but why not try to put an extra coil in the spring to pull it up ??

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    How are you using the step? My brother made the mistake of putting his foot on our first one, went limp. Got the spring inside replaced and it's been fine since. Key is use only your knee on it, not your foot

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    Mine went bad. I got it replaced. Has been fine since. I alsways used my knee only, and it still went bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobNH View Post
    Mine went bad. I got it replaced. Has been fine since. I alsways used my knee only, and it still went bad.
    There was a recall regardless of how it was used, test was to put it down 15 times by hand and see if it continued to return upright

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    i only use my knee, as it is just easier that way anyways...but that said i tried the 15 - 20 times by hand it worked fine...2 weeks later it failed.

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    easy fix just buy it some Viagra that will keep it up LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdrian View Post
    easy fix just buy it some Viagra that will keep it up LOL
    Or at least until the mother in law tries to board it In a bikini. Not even a double dose will prevent it from going limp

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    Quote Originally Posted by dolson View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by xdrian View Post
    easy fix just buy it some Viagra that will keep it up LOL
    Or at least until the mother in law tries to board it In a bikini. Not even a double dose will prevent it from going limp
    lol

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