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Hey guys! I recently bought my first quad, Z400.

The seller informed about a bushing on the steering shaft that had left the chat ;/
I looked at the problem today, and i thinnk I found the problem.
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I think im missinng the nr. 7 part. old ownner said thhat he drove over a speedbump too fast, probably pushing the steeringstem up through the hole in the frame?

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My question iss, if I am on the right track? and if i would need to remove the whole steeringstem to replace the part?
And what would i nneed to do to remove the steeringstem?

Thank you in advance :))
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You can purchase all the parts needed to rebuild the lower steering stem bushing separately or you can buy it cheaper in a kit. I have used and will continue to use the Pivot Works kit. It is part # PWSSK-K06-400.

Here is a link to the kit needed. It will include everything you need including grease to rebuild the lower bushing

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Hey Joe! it was not the bushing. The weld in the frame was broken... so me and a friend welded it in place and ripped away😊😊 thank you anyways :D
 
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