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I've had a KQ 400 without power steering for the last 10 years that has been trouble free and is easy to steer in all types of terrain. Liked it so much that last month I purchased a KQ 750 with out power steering. This thing is a beast to steer, especially when engine breaking on downhill slopes. My wife who is one tough lady finds it too difficult to use. Before I contact the dealer I thought I would see what everyone suggests. Toe in? Tire pressure? Thanks in advance.
 

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Supposedly the non power steering models are a real pain to steer.


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OK, I checked the PSI and all the tires were about 2.5. The manufacturer recommend 5.1
I reset the pressure at 5.5 and wow, what a huge difference. I would guess thats how Suzuki ships them.
 

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No, that should have been the dealers job when doing PDI on it, unless he did and they lost air since. Mine was delivered to me bang on. I prefer the eps model but that all depends on how you intend to use it.
 
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