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    RXP OPAS Help..

    After installing my wedge it seems the OPAS aren't lining up. As you can see form the pics when the bolt is placed in on the other side this side doesn't line up. I can force it in, like I did this weekend, but it's causing a tight spot in the steering and puts undo pressure on the system. I have heard they are adjustable but I can't figure it out. If anyone can help I would appreciate it. Thanks.
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    GOTTA PAY TO PLAY!!! rocko672's Avatar
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    you are going to have to adjust the steering cable

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    sorry i missunderstood the question... i have no idea how to adjust the opas, i just ripped mine off as soon as i coud

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    If you need the black plastic arms to move in or out you just screw or unscrew them. (go around in circles with them) not sure if thats what you mean

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    It's more like the black plastic OPAS arm needs to be a tad longer or the metal pump nozzle bracket needs to be taller. I have to pull up on the metal or force the plastic arm down to get the screw in. It isn't lining up just right and it's causing a tight spot in the steering at the center point going back and forth. I am waiting on RE block offs so as soon as they get here it's a no brainer but in the mean time I am trying to get this set up to ride.

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    turn the offset bushing in the steering nozzle around 180 degrees

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    turning the bushing may not help. After thinking about it for a minute I'm thinking that I had to bend the stainless bar that connects everything together to get the holes to line up properly.

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    don't remember that problem at all when I installed my wedge, even before the RE's showed up...?

    somethin seems a rye...

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