Let me preface this by saying that my mechanical skills are sorely lacking and I have very little experience working on snowmachines.
I'm borrowing an older Polaris sled that hasn't been used in years for my friend to use on his caribou hunt this weekend. The skis are far out of whack - the left ski (when seated) is kicked out to the side at least 15 degrees. I'd like to adjust it before we head down the trail, but I'd rather get it right the first time rather than twisting and turning on the wrong bolts. Forgive my use of incorrect terminology, but do I loosen that top bolt that is pointing out, the one that is at the top of the shaft that leads down to the ski? Or do I need to adjust the length/position of the two bars that lead into the steering column? Or am I completely off track here? I've got to assume this is simple enough, but again, I'd rather get it right the first time instead of finding out 20 miles down the trail that I screwed something up.