Shoooow meeee the POWDER!!
Ok, here's the deal. I have my rear skid out right now because I'm putting on stiffer torsion springs, a stiffer spring for the center shock, and new hyfax. While looking things over on the sled tonight I noticed a little problem. The bolt hole on the right hand side of the sled for the front arm of the skid is slightly "wobbled" out! I noticed that when I took the skid out to replace the hifax the first time (this is the second time having it out) that the nut was pretty loose on that bolt, but didn't think too much about it. And, I KNOW that I had it good and tight when I re-installed the skid the first time, so I did not cause this to happen. So, it must have been loose from the factory. Now my question is, what should I do about this? Drill it out to the next bigger bolt size and put a bigger bolt in it and forget about it? Tell my dealer about it? (which they'll probably do the same as I would) What else can be done? I don't want to just leave it alone as it will probably get worse and ruin the tunnel. Take a look at the pics below. The one with the yellow arrow is the wobbled out hole, with the arrow pointing to the bad side of the hole. The other pic is the other side of the sled that the hole is fine, I'm just showing it to compare to the bad side.
What should I do here guys? This really bums me out that this had to happen to my first brand new sled with only 1300 miles on it.....Any comments or suggestions are appreciated!
What should I do here guys? This really bums me out that this had to happen to my first brand new sled with only 1300 miles on it.....