STEP 12: If the stock rod nuts are required, install them
on the new tie-rods first. Then, making sure the new tie-
rods are installed evenly into the tie-rod ends, screw them
on until the spindle looks straight from the front of your
machine. Lightly tighten the tie-rod nuts against the tie-
rod ends. You will have to make adjustments to this later
for a proper alignment.
STEP 13: At this point everything should be installed,
aside from the wheels. Make sure every nut and bolt
removed or installed on the new A-arm kit is tight. Some
parts require torque specs. The only loose part should be
the top ball joint for adjusting the camber.
STEP 14: Install the wheels onto your machine. Now
you can set your quad back on its wheels and follow the
alignment instructions that the kit comes with to set up
your machine the way you prefer it to handle.
The Slasher wheel spacers are easy to install and add 2
inches of width on each side of the rear axle. Having a wider
setup in the rear helps with cornering and overall stability.
STEP 15: With the rear tires removed, slide the spacers
onto the lug bolts and tighten them down with the new
lug nuts. Make sure they are tightened properly. If any of
them are too loose, that can cause the lug bolts to snap
and your wheel to part from your machine.
STEP 16: Now you can install the wheels onto the wheel
spacers with the stock lug nuts. Make sure those are properly tightened as well. It is that simple. ❏