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Any advice on getting that bottom a-arm to move forward? When I get the shock centered, it seems that the top and bottom a-arms are 0.75 inch further back on the chain case side, than on the clutch side. The bar method seems to only move the top a arm and makes it Flex at its weld points, bottom a-arm doesn't seem to budge with a bar. Any helps appreciated. thank you
Grizz got it sorted, just needed a tiny shim on the lower backing plate. The bar position is absolutely perfect now. What a great DIY mod, and I can see the entire gauge sitting down and didn't have to touch the steering relay rod!
Grizz installed your relocation kit on nytro today and im getting some binding, I do have the OFT yamaha steering blocks with oilite bushings on top and bottom so tolerance is tight. Any ideas of how to fix this? Looks super close to being perfect with the shim.
Came across your posts, I just picked up an 08 Nytro. It hasn't been reinforced, uncertain if its tweaked currently (shocks aren't centered in the upper A-arm, but appear to be the same on both sides https://imgur.com/j6PYTFw), but plan to install plates over the summer anyway. Are you still taking orders?
Hey Grizz was wondering if you still was selling steering relocater for the nytro. What do you use to adjust the bottom steering bushing slightly forward and down? I tried the oft but it was to much and blocked the guage, yours seems like it would be just right. Thanks Bill
Hey griz, I've got a 2008 nytro with a bent subframe. Was thinking about swapping it myself if I could find a used one, but was just curious what you would charge me to straighten my existing subframe and install your gusset kit into it for me if you would do it for me. Thanks Darin