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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-21-2015, 11:43 AM Thread Starter
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Glad to be a part of this group! I just got my first Victory Gunner 2015 with stage one filter and xbow's. I love the bike! But do have an issue and haven't been able to figure it out, might have to take it to the dealer. When riding and I let go of the bars it leans to the right aggressively. Anyone have this happen? Any recommendations?

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-21-2015, 12:10 PM
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Step 1: Dont' let go of the bars!

Seriously, it may be a rear-wheel alignment issue. Then again, it may be due to the exhaust, as it all hangs on the right side...



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Welcome neighbor....Contact the service dept guys at http://www.tandtpowersports.com/

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They are very helpful with all my Bike needs have been for years. Dan in service is the man.

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That right leaning is very common. I doubt there is anything wrong- just a characteristic of the bike.

Look at it this way- anything is better than leaning left.

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Thanks guys, I will just have to take it over to a shop where I got it. " TNTpowersports" lol funny you should say that. I called and they said just to bring it buy. I only have 300 miles in it. :+1:
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Roads are crowned too allow water to run off. This will also cause your bike to stray to the right if you let go of the bars.

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I am aware of the roads. I had another bike that when I would do that it wasn't so bad as the gunner. I mean it really sways to the right. I am taking it in tomorrow. Hopefully that will make it do it less. Thanks
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