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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-03-2015, 02:10 PM Thread Starter
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Power steering for 2009 prowler 1000

I called my dealership to price out power steering and its $1500 cad. Is there any other options out there guys ?
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I remember seeing a setup stateside for around 800.00, not sure how bad the tariff would be to get it to Canada. Anyone remember the brand?
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I called my dealership to price out power steering and its $1500 cad. Is there any other options out there guys ?
Check super atv,its cheaper than 1500 dollars
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Thanks guys will do.
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$600 for wildcat but nothing for prowler, same for lift kits, nothing for prowler 1000.
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I called my dealership to price out power steering and its $1500 cad. Is there any other options out there guys ?
are you slight of build or shorter [no flame intended] ?? .. the steering isn't real bad except when sitting still on pavement / cement .. once rolling especially on dirt it's effortless even moving slow. IMHO

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That is what I think also! Only time power steering would help is when in 4 wheel drive, and the front differential locked! But then you are limited on speed.

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I'm 5' 9 and 240. My wife is small and drives it. Every trail here is rutted hard clay. We drove one with power steering and once you have you don't want to go with out
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well we all have the idea of the perfect rig what's good for me isn't the perfect rig for someone else for sure ..

sorry for HiHacked thread .. hope you find your needs for sure

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I'm 5' 9 and 240. My wife is small and drives it. Every trail here is rutted hard clay. We drove one with power steering and once you have you don't want to go with out
I know I love my powersteering Quad......but if not careful you can over steer it on the back roads.I choose not to get it on my new Sport,didn't want to take the chance of it throwing codes all the time,plus on the back roads i know this machine can be oversteered very easy......

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