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porobably by tightining up a few bolts
 

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Replace the tie rod ends.
 

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There are also bushings in the spindle and skis that can be worn that can contribute to sloppy steering. I have found on my polaris sleds, the bracket holding the bottom of the steering post was pretty worn or loose; that's another place to check.

If you have someone else turn your handlebars, look carefully at all the linkage; any place where you have loose parts will contribute to steering; just have to play detective and find 'em all! :D
 

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Yah on my buddies sled the steering was sloppy and he just bought a bushing kit from Royal distributors. That and new tie rod ends. You will be good as new.
 

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I have the same problem on 2 of our XCR's, now that I think of it. I may have to replace some parts on them as well. Let me know what you replace and if you do.
 
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