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another tbar question

from the stock position how many turns on the tbar is safe?
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I turned my driver side 4 times my passenger side 2 1/2 times due to the Ranger lean they have.
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thanks. this forum is great such quick response.
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i did 6 full turns on both....align was still perfect..
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Nice sled!

Have fun with belts hahaha BRP
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oh dont i know it they really stick it to you with the belts. but mine (knock on wood) have never blown and i had to pull my buddy's arctic cat back cuz of a blown belt twice. those canadiens really know how to make a sled. haha
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I traided off my Summit this year on a X-fire. MY buddie has 2 2008 Rev XP MXZ's one 600 and one 800. Almost everytime we go out he blows a belt. And his 600 has been rebuilt twice since he bought it.

He needs two because one's always in the shop!

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I did six cranks too.
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bottomed my drivers side out, and turned the passenger side the same amount of rounds (not bottomed)...about 30,000miles ago or so
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i ended up doing 4 on both but i think im going to go a couple more on each just for ****s and giggles. i just wanted to ask because i know my friend over tightened his once and well 800 dollars later......lol
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bottomed my drivers side out, and turned the passenger side the same amount of rounds (not bottomed)...about 30,000miles ago or so
how many turns is bottomed out? last thread i read everyone did 2-3 turns, but 6 wow has anything gone wrong 'cos of that?
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I maxed mine out, and I dont really remember how many that was, but I think it was at least 6.
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