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Bought a 2012 Rancher for the wife to get around, and then an 07 Rincon to carry us both together.
Her machine was well maintained, and is sure footed as a mountain goat through all five gears.
The Rincon needs some work, as it is nowhere near as stable on the roads around us, which are mostly gravel and hills.
Guess I need to work on finding some flat ground for an alignment before I replace all the bearings and bushings, not mechanically adept enough to trust my diagnosis of the problems.
 

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Bought a 2012 Rancher for the wife to get around, and then an 07 Rincon to carry us both together.
Her machine was well maintained, and is sure footed as a mountain goat through all five gears.
The Rincon needs some work, as it is nowhere near as stable on the roads around us, which are mostly gravel and hills.
Guess I need to work on finding some flat ground for an alignment before I replace all the bearings and bushings, not mechanically adept enough to trust my diagnosis of the problems.
Checking alignment is pretty easy. It should be TOED OUT, not in.
 
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