I'm trying to assemble a kids atv for my son. It's a cheap Chinese model with poor documentation.
I can't figure out how the steering knuckle is supposed to attach to the suspension arm.
It was supplied with 2 washers and a nut and bolt. I assume the washers should go between the bearings and the orange bracket, but the gap is not wide enough to fit both (one on top, one on the bottom).
The bearings are pressed into the knuckle, one on the top which is visible, and a matching one on the bottom. I tried tapping them in further with a rubber mallet and they didn't budge.
It seems like if the parts are assembled any other way, the knuckle will rub directly on the painted surface of the suspension arm.
I could buy thinner washers? But I think this quad was assembled and then disassembled for shipping, so maybe I'm just doing it wrong?