Nothing determines the quality of your Can-Am Maverick’s steering more than your steering rack and pinion. A good rack and pinion are what gives your Can-Am Maverick X3 the smooth turning and steering you need to navigate winding off-road trails. Without a responsive steering system for your Can-Am Maverick X3, you’re much more prone to accidents and collisions. If your Can-Am Maverick X3 doesn’t quite turn like it used to, the issue could have something to do with your rack and pinion. Lucky for you, we have all the rack and pinion parts and components you need to replace or upgrade your Can-Am Maverick’s stock steering system.
Be it the steering rack, a pinion seal, or a full-blown Can-Am Maverick X3 Rack and Pinion set-up, whatever you need, we’ve got. No matter if you’re looking to upgrade your UTV’s rack and pinion or if you need a rack and pinion replacement, here at Everything Can-Am Offorad, our steering racks, pinions, tie rods, and steering kits won’t let you down. Don’t drive with a sloppy rack, and never let an egregious amount of steering wheel play go unchecked. If your steering is off, you know where to turn. Don’t let a dealer or mechanic charge you $300 to replace your Can-Am Maverick X3 steering rack, you can do it yourself, and its honestly not too hard. Start out by ordering a rack and pinion system from Everything Can-Am Offroad — SuperATV’s Rackboss comes highly recommended and has great installation instructions. Many people also like SuperATV steering rack set-up because they match their aftermarket inner and outer tie rods ends, which you can replace as needed.
At Everything Can-Am Offroad, there’s no doubt you will find the UTV rack and pinion set or kit you need for your Can-Am Maverick X3. In addition, you will also find the UTV steering rack brace, support rack, and rear rack extender you’ve been thinking about upgrading your Can-Am Maverick X3 with. Though they are all different parts with different jobs, being constructed from the toughest and longest-lasting materials is what they all have in common. When you take your Can-Am Maverick X3 off-road, every single one of these components must be working in tandem to give you the best performance possible. For this to happen, all of your parts need to be of the highest quality. We can assure you that any of the rack and pinion parts that you choose here at Everything Can-Am Offroad will be exactly that.
Your Can-Am Maverick’s steering experience will be 10 times better when you upgrade from your stock rack and pinion. While there are many different options on the market to choose from. Your Can-Am Maverick X3 deserves a system that will handle the wear and tear from your monster tires and lift kit. The UTV rack and pinions we have at Everything Can-Am Offroad are just what you need. You can get a Rack Boss Heavy Duty Rack and Pinion by Super ATV for your Can-Am Maverick or Can-Am Maverick MAX. We also supply sway bar links and tie rods for your Can-Am Maverick X3 or Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX. You can even get Right Rack and Pinion End Kits for your Can-Am Maverick SPORT or your Can-Am Maverick TRAIL. The standard or Z-bend rack and pinions that we supply are durable to prevent cracked housings.
Replacing or upgrading your Can-Am Maverick’s rack and pinion isn’t as difficult or complicated as you may think. A good rack and pinion kit can give you everything you need in one order to make the process as hassle-free as possible. The Can-Am Maverick X3 Right or Left Rack and Pinion End Kit by Moose is a great option for this. Each kit includes heavy-duty inner and outer rod ends with replacement boot clamps and any required lock washers.
In some cases, it’s not the Can-Am Maverick X3 rack, tie rod, or pinion that gets busted, but rather the piece between the rack and tie rod. You can get replacements for just the ends. If your pinion seal is leaking, you don’t necessarily need a pinion puller. Simply just take the differential out and replace the seal. You should also replace the wear ring on the prop shaft while you’re at it. You only need a flat head screwdriver to pull the seal out, and you don’t even need to take the differential out if you don’t want to. It’s possible to take the U-joint out and slide the drive shaft over. Then take the yoke bolt out and slide the yoke off of the pinion shaft. Drive a flat screwdriver into the side of the seal and pop it out. Replace the wire ring on the yoke and you’re good to go! If it’s not the pinion seal, you might find that your rack has more to do with the issue than you thought. There are many companies where you can send your Can-Am Maverick’s steering rack to have it rebuilt. They can replace the ends, phase everything, and make sure it’s all balanced and ready to rock for your next adventure. So if there’s slop in your pinion gear, if you hear clunking noises when letting off the gas, or if you straight up smashed your Can-Am Maverick’s steering rack and need a replacement rack and pinion system, look no further than Everything Can-Am Offroad for all your rack and pinion needs.
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