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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-04-2008, 06:46 AM Thread Starter
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Power Steering for Teryx

We now have the power steering unit just like the Rhino unit shipping now and if you call an order in we will discount it $70 for a total of $925.

A lot of people who have bought the unit for the Rhino has had some kind of impairment that limited their upper body strength.

I love the unit and will be using it in our Race Rhino.

This unit has been very successful on the Rhino!!

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This is interesting and I have been reading a little about it. Todd sounds like you have driven a machine with this item installed, how does it "feel" I suppose my only concern would be the lack of feedback from the trail or track. Does that make sense? I have considered this though.




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When I don't have the strength to steer anymore maybe I just get a wheel chair!

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Actually over half of our customers who bought this were in a wheel chair, we have hand controls for the Rhino and Teryx later.

I have installed and driven with the steering unit on. I am even going to race our Rhino with it on there.

I can't see a downside, except the price and there is nothing we can do about but we are knocking $70.



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Hmmm I think I would like to feel how it is before I invested the money. Like I mentioned, I think I prefer to feel the obstacles, but I do not know. Maybe it would be really nice.




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You still feel it. The gear box is a thru design with the power coming from a shaft on the side of the main shaft sensing torque and adding power to it. If you lose power it goes back to normal.



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