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    Member LOCALAK907's Avatar
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    Default To sway or not to sway that is the question

    I have a 2014 Polaris 800 6x6 and the passenger side sway bushing pulled out. I removed the rod and noticed no difference. I was going to remove the whole assembly but wanted to see if anyone had any negative issues after removing the assembly.

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    Put some weight in it. And get off trail. You will be putting it back in. My buddy pulled his briefly. I left mine in. Didn't take long and he was putting his back in.

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    I've pulled mine and seems to be a okay so far then again I haven't had it heavily loaded as stated above.

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    Same thing happened to mine and I haven't fixed it yet. some people put large fender washers on each side of the rubber to keep this from happening.
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