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    Does anyone know who makes an offset steering quickener. Where the input shaft and output shaft are not inline with eachother? I'd like a 1.5X ratio. I've seen them before. It will help my steering ujoint anges quite a bit if its offset.

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    I seen a Rhino that was set up for racing that had a home made offset steering quickener that was made with a bicycle chain and sprockets. He could adjust his ratio at any time by just changing sprockets. Not a pre-fabbed job, but it did the trick in his application.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Damien View Post
    Does anyone know who makes an offset steering quickener. Where the input shaft and output shaft are not inline with eachother? I'd like a 1.5X ratio. I've seen them before. It will help my steering ujoint anges quite a bit if its offset.

    Thanks

    Look in the classified section I have one....

    https://www.minibuggy.net/forum/class...oduct=12&cat=6
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    Sorry, didnt check my email first, sent you a reply via email....
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    This is the one I was thinking of, its made by D&M out of texas.
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