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First I gotta ask, what size tires, wheels and are you running spacers?
2nd, have you jacked the machine up to check that all mechanical components are working as they should? Nothing broken, wedged, etc? Also try turning it while jacked up.
3rd, Is the EPS light on? Any codes?
4th, Have you checked alignment?
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Did one side take a heavy hit?
 
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I bet most people wouldn't notice. But it steers easier one way than the other. At least mine does.
 

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The front diff ring gear is on one side so maybe that is what you feel?
Jack it up and roll the wheels by hand. You'll notice the difference from side to side.
Probably more noticeable with tires that have high tread to void ratio on pavement or hard pack.
I don't notice it myself, but I know it's there.
 

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Front diff check. 3.7 - 15.0 ft lbs is good. So one side may roll easier given how the diff is built, but as long as it's in those specs it's good.
*note, 'on new unit', but something for you to look at.
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Just wondering, have you guys reached the break in miles and changed the front diff fluids?
 

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I change my fluids at least once a year or after any deep water riding regardless how many miles I have.
I had 6500 hard mud bogging trail riding road riding use to drive up and down the creek by camp never ever did I change differential fluid never had a issue. My dealership said change after 200hrs dam
 
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