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Hi, I've stalked the forums for awhile now, but now I need some help and can't seem to find any. I have a 2004 800ss and when I pull the throttle the rear slips out a little. When I release the throttle fully, like when stopping, it does the same thing. It's the slightest wobble and then it goes away. It doesn't happen when I use the clutch.

I don't know if it's steering head bearings or what it is, but I need some help. All is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 

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You might want to check your front/rear wheel alignment. Is the distance from swing-arm pivot center to the rear-axle center the same on both sides? If not, adjust the rear axle so the distance is equal, making sure that the chain tension is correct, and see if that helps.

Bryan
 
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