Aftermarket modifications such as portals are rough on the steering rack of the Honda Pioneer. But even if you’re running a stock machine, your Honda Pioneer rack and pinion is still at risk. Accidents on the trail, overloading, and even natural wear and tear can bend or fracture steering racks, grind down or break pinion gear teeth, and cause various issues within the rack and pinion steering box. For example, if your steering wheel turns but the tires do not, your steering rack and pinion is the first place you should look — especially if you feel popping or hear clicking noises when you turn the steering wheel. There is a tension nut on the rack and pinion that is often the cause of such issues. You can tighten it down,

Shop: 2021 Pioneer Rack & Pinions

Shop: 2020 Pioneer Rack & Pinions

Shop: 2019 Pioneer Rack & Pinions