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Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: PACIFIC N.W.
Put the quad up on blocks and take off the rear wheels and hubs.
Take a jack stand or similar and tape a horizontal pointer to the axle center, and put the wobble in the axle up.
Loop a length of chain from the end of the bent axle, under the swingarm, and around the axle by the bearing hub.
Put a hydraulic bottle jack under the bent axle by the hub and rest the base on the chain.
Jack some tension on the chain to straighten the axle. GO SLOW, a little goes a long way. Spin the axle and repeat till the axle runs straight to the pointer.
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