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Trikke Cambering System:



Testing and Correcting a Loose Trikke

If you're Trikke seems to be too loose, leans excessively when parked or falls over when parked then you probably need to tighten your main axle. Below are illustrations of how to check for a loose main axle and how to correct the problem.

The biggest misconception on tightening a Trikke that appears to be too loose is to tighten the Trikke cambering systems camber bolts and yoke bolt. These bolts only need to be snug and have nothing to do with tightening a lose cambering system. Be careful not to over-tighten because the heads of the bolts will break off fairly easy. However, the main axle bolt can be tightened fairly tight without too much danger of breaking or stripping.

1. In illustration 1 you will move the steering column left and right and visually check to see if there is gap opening and closing between the bushings on the main axle set. You can do this with your Trikke standing normally on the ground or on saw horses.

2. If there isn't a gap that appears when moving the steering column left and right then your main axle is tight.

3. If there is a gap and you want to tighten it up or make the gap disappear then follow the instructions on Illustration 2.

4. If you've accomplished step 1 and/or step 3 and your Trikke still seems to be loose then you may need to replace the "Camber Bushings". The camber bushings are the 1 9/16" yellow or black bushing on each side of the cambering system held in place by a Snap-Ring and camber bolt. Note: It's not very common for the camber bushing to be worn or frayed. Normally it's the main axle procedures that will tighten a Trikke.

Illustration 1
Trikke Cambering System Maintenance

Illustration 2
Trikke Cambering System Maintenance

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