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Default BDX ANTI-SLOP STEERING 2.0

BDX has a developed a new replacement "ANTI-SLOP" steering post bushing for the Arctic Cat Pro-Climbs and Ascenders 2012-2019. We were the originator for the Arctic Cat M Series sleds, and the newer machines sure need it too.

The Anti-Slop 2.0 bushing is made of a high strength, high yield, high compression material that will take up the slop of your factory steering post and won't wear out like the stock ones do.

Don't forget to order the secondary steering post upper bushing too. Part number 20015B

IT HAS A LOOP FOR A CABLE TIE TO HOLD YOUR THROTTLE CABLE IN PLACE TOO!!

WE ARE CURRENTLY TAKING PRE-ORDERS ON THESE. IF YOU PRE-ORDER ONLINE NOW, THE PAYMENT ISN'T PROCESSED UNTIL THE DAY WE SHIP THE ORDER. EXPECTED DELIVERY DATES WILL BE LATE SEPTEMBER

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Here is a photo of one installed on a post. No slop. Much more surface area on the post to prevent premature wear or slop.

(photo is of the 3d printed version, not production)
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did these start shipping, and are available now. site still shows taking orders. Ski

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My only beef with bushings kits like this, at least with the one I installed is that it was so tight on the steering column it was like arm strong steering I had to sand paper down the powder coat just to free it up again, pain in the ass, probably gonna try a post forward sit up just to get rid of all the slop and try to adapt to the “doo” steering
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My only beef with bushings kits like this, at least with the one I installed is that it was so tight on the steering column it was like arm strong steering I had to sand paper down the powder coat just to free it up again, pain in the ass, probably gonna try a post forward sit up just to get rid of all the slop and try to adapt to the “doo” steering
Thats a good thing actually, otherwise they would go loose again when it rubbed off anyway. Personally I never notice the slop when riding and thats all I care about. So if someone wants it gone you gotta do some work to make it right
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Thats a good thing actually, otherwise they would go loose again when it rubbed off anyway. Personally I never notice the slop when riding and thats all I care about. So if someone wants it gone you gotta do some work to make it right
The taller bushing helps with a lot of the slop on the upper post but the increase in steering effort was ridiculous
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