The Moose Rider
My rear end is kicking to the right on a good launch or under hard acceleration. I first noticed it doing this on my last trip to the dunes back in September dragging on flat ground. I haven't rode hardly at all this winter. Playing in the snow just isn't that much fun to me any more on a quad. Today it was nice so i went for a spin. If i get on it hard in the snow it just goes sideways. "Always to the right" I got out on the road and did a dozen or so launches. Doesn't do it if i feather the clutch and doesn't seem to do it as much on the pavement. But i'm not dumping the clutch completely ether. On dry grass/dirt ground, not that i could really find any, it def kicks right. I checked the tire pressure. But quickly realized that it was doing it at the dunes with my paddles on. I even switched back to the stock tires to give it a try. Still the same results. I jacked up the rear and put it in gear to check to see if the axel is true. Its straight. Could it be a carrier bearing issue? The singer is stock. I've never rolled it or anything so that something could be bent or cockeyed. Could my suspension be to soft? It tends to carry the front slightly if i don't feather the clutch real good. I'm kinda puzzled.