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Hello All, So just bought a 2020 KRX 1000 (White) and Digging it!! But I have an issue with the front end wheel? the bottom of my tire is pitched out on the bottom on the passenger side? Not sure if my Springs are sagging or what....Any Idles?
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Camber is normal. Springs do n will sag alot. Measure ground clearance. Should be close to factory 14". You will adjust preloads/springs in future for sure or it will be 12" clearances! I did.
 

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Thanks, Will do. Had a 2015 Polaris XP 1000 Desert Edition with lots of After market parts but it was time for a change.... Love the KRX.
 

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They are designed with the negative camber in the front end like that. Why the right front seems to have more then left, I have no idea. Again, every one that I have seen is just like that. My springs sagged and I was down to about 12" of ground clearance. Put in about 1" of preload and got back up to 14-1/2". They have sagged and I have lost about about 3/8" of GC since. We'll see how much more they go. Shock Therapy now has a spring set out for the KRX. I will be giving them a call if/when I max out on preload.
 

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I Appreciate it, I've not even taken out yet and texted my sales rep at the dealership about my milky oil with only 3.7 hours and 11 miles on the KRX. But with all the recalls that I had on my old XP 1000, I'm sure things will work out.

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Hello, and thanks. I had a 2015 Polaris XP1000 Desert Edition and was looking at a new Side by Side and was leaning towards the Polaris Turbo S and the Pro but I like the look a lot better on the KRX and knowing Kawasaki the KRX was built stronger. My riding preference has changed I'm liking more technical rock courses. So this was the right choice for me.
 

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I Appreciate it, I've not even taken out yet and texted my sales rep at the dealership about my milky oil with only 3.7 hours and 11 miles on the KRX. But with all the recalls that I had on my old XP 1000, I'm sure things will work out.

Thanks again.
Have you run it enough to get up to operating temperature for a while? That's an average of less than 3 mph. Sounds like a whole lot of very short test rides without giving the engine time to warm up completely. This causes condensation to build up, and no chance to burn it out. That will cause that milky look. Mine did that once. Took it out and ran it for a bit, heated everything up and it cleared right up.
 

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Congrats on the new KRX Dan! Hopefully you'll get everything taken care of quickly with the oil.
 
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