Alignment not checked during pdi.
That's what I thought at first, but then it CHANGED on me (a few degrees to the right at first, now a bunch of degrees to the left).Alignment not checked during pdi.
I think that's what went on with me. I brought it in and they're going to look at it. I'm going somewhere with the RZR this weekend anyway so don't mind the ACE being in the shop.i noticed a couple weeks ago my steering wheel was off to the left when i got it back from the dealer when they replaced the speed sensor, so i stood in front of it and the right wheel
was turned to the right while the left wheel was strait. i called the dealer and asked him if someone had hit something when they test drove it, he said no no one had hit anything.
i took it back and they alined the right wheel, and the stearing wheel was back to strait. he said it must not have been right from the get go. i dont know maybe i missed it, being
that it was new and i was so execited about having it. every thing is good now, and i have been on a few rides hitting the normal rocks and roots.
I guess it's a matter of preference, and I respect your choice, but I have had both and I prefer the UHWM.I would recommend the aluminum skids over the uhmw ones
Yeah you make some good points. What's the cost of those umhw skids? Like a full set with a arm protectors and everythingI guess it's a matter of preference, and I respect your choice, but I have had both and I prefer the UHWM.
In my experienced, the aluminum skids tend to "stick" to the rocks and kill momentum instead of sliding over them.
Also, the aluminum ones tend to get pounded and deform into the shape of the frame they are protecting, and then they become very difficult to remove and reinstall.
The UHMW skids slide over the rocks well, somehow while escaping the deep gouges, and they stay straight.
At least, that's how it happens the way I beat the crap out of them anyway.
This is not the worst these skids got, but it's the only set of pictures I have showing the damage:
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They're not cheap. The ones I got were something like $900 for the set. That included the main skid, front piece, back piece, A-arm guards, rock sliders, and gas tank protector. That was for the RZR S.Yeah you make some good points. What's the cost of those umhw skids? Like a full set with a arm protectors and everything