a friend of mine has a 1995 500 efi polaris and he slid into a tree and bent in his trailing arm, but the ski looks fine, and now when he takes it out he turn and it just keeps going straight just barely turning so whats wrong?
exactly! my buddy bent a trailing arm, and by the time we got back in to get it fixed, it broke in 2. i would start at the steering shaft, then check the tie rods, and the eylets on each end. make sure they all move freely, i would remove the steering shafts to ensure they are free, and through process of elimination, check everything on the front of that sled that has anything to do with suspension or steering. your gonna have to tear it down anyways to replace the ifs trailing arm. it also may be possible that the sled when it hit the tree, stripped out the top of the steering spindle, cause it is splined, i would also check that
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