Not sure, i was just going by what Rocky MTN. ATV told me, and what a guy at the dealer told me. Then after all was resolved, i was talking to my salesman at the dealer, and he said it was 12mm, i was like, man, i wish i had talked to you in the first place.
I just know i was so excited to get my TIres/wheels in, and when i got them, and the Lugs where wrong, i wasnt to happy!!!.I called up Rocky Mtn. ATV where ig to my tires and wheels, and amailed me out the correct lugs free, got them in 2 days. I had seen the article online where STI & Yamaha had teemed up to put the wheels i got and some STI Tires, and in the story, it said they used 12mm x 1.25, but everybody tole me 10mm x 1.25. Dont want anybody else to go through that, lol.
We've all heard the saying, "treated like a rented mule..."
After watching equipment auctions looking at Polaris Rangers, I ran across an ad for a 2018 Yanmar Bull. It was an rental unit that had been rode very hard and was partially disassembled. Looking at the pictures I thought to myself...
My new-to-me 2015 Viking is doing something weird. Everytime I make a hard turn, the rear wheels seem to have their differential locked and tears the crap out of grass/gravel - making it so I cannot drive it over my lawn without causing damage to the ground.
Is this normal?
Gonna work on PBRAKE and if easy fix move on to wheel alignments.
Take a look at the pic
Those dont look right? Correct?
I got some adjusting to do. This is where I start to get lost.
Is that toe? Is there the 3-26/27 in the manual?
So looks like if that is correct than:
1. park and lift...
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