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    Default Yamaha IRS wheel stance

    Just curious if it is normal for the newer Yamaha IRS suspension ATVs rear tires to lean inward on top to outward on bottom. Never really noticed on my kodiak until I got done riding today and was standing behind it. It almost has me worried something is going out or getting worn out but I really doubt my shocks are bad.

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    My Grizzly wheels are strait up and down. No lean in or out...
    2007 Yamaha Rhino 660
    2007 Yamaha Grizzly 700 SE w/EPS
    http://www.grizzlycentral.com/

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    they squat- some more than others. Nothing to worry about from what I've heard.

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    Cool. It rode fine all day long, and I was pushing it pretty hard so I just wanted to make sure somethin wasn't letting go. I'll look it over again when I get some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schmidty_dog View Post
    Cool. It rode fine all day long, and I was pushing it pretty hard so I just wanted to make sure somethin wasn't letting go. I'll look it over again when I get some time.
    Have you riden behind an IRS and watch when they give it gas- they all squat

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