Hey any of you guys have any problem with front wheel alignment?
My Foreman is only about a month old and my front tires definely do not point straight when the handlebars are straight. The left seems to be the worst. I haven't hit anything. Just curious if any of yall have had simular issues with front end.
06 Foreman ES
26 ITP Mudlites
(2) 04 Ranchers ES
i'm not sure of the offset but they are definatlly suppossed to be toed out. i can look up measurement if you want, but i only eyeball it and do it slightly. just loosen up you tie rod adjustments and you can even them up.
PACK IT IN PACK IT OUT
05 foreman 500s
27" bi/tri's on black type 7's
extreme audio pipe
I had to bring my bike back after a week with one tire toed in alot. It was just a loose tie rod nut so they just tighten it up for me. Now I just got new mudlites and it seems they are both turned inward slightly.
i was having the same problem with my alignment, seemed after i adjusted the toe in a few rides later it would be out to lunch again, i bought a set of aftermarket tie rods off of ebay and haven't had the problem since
if you don't ride a honda, a tool box is necessary at all times
Honda has the toe out set like this because, at high speeds ( faster than 5 MPH) it helps to stablize the bike. Keeps it from darting all over the road. Yes it does look funny and you may be ok with setting the toe a little more in with little noticable darting. Also I was told that it helps when in 4 wheel drive and going uphill it performs better with the toe out set per Honda Specs. To each his own. I left mine at factory specs.
06 Foreman 500 ES / Olive
Gorilla 3000# Winch/Wireless Remote
Third Light Switch
27" ITP 589's Type 7 Wheels