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I noticed last weekend when we were stopped that I had an A arm that had a small bend in it. I replaced that this week and was thinking everything would be ok. Tonight I was loading to go on another trip and it looks like one ski is farther forward than the other. I looked at the shocks and the a-arm that I did NOT replace the shock is closer to the front of it, than the one that was replaced.

Do I need to replace that a-arm also or is it this nun thing I hear people talking about?

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Sure sounds like a nun. I did one last week.
 

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Pictures would make this thread 50x's better and probably get some better responses. I toated a nun this year. Broke both bolts on bottom right a-arm that holds i into the brackets. But they were bent so bad that they stayed together while i rode for another 40 miles unknowingly.
 

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Sorry don't have any pics of it. Sounds like it must be the nun. I guess I will go down that road when I get back.
I called the dealer tonight sounds like they are about $148.00. Not the end of the world better than a bulk head or tunnel.

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Rocketboy said:
Sorry don't have any pics of it. Sounds like it must be the nun. I guess I will go down that road when I get back.
I called the dealer tonight sounds like they are about $148.00. Not the end of the world better than a bulk head or tunnel.

Thanks forthe help.
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$148.00 and a ton of labor. Not a bad job though, just make sure you have a good rivet gun and use the Doo rivets to put it back together - they are not a standard rivet. Good luck.
 
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