My caddy tends to track to one side. What is the cause for that and what should I do?
Bat-Caddy: All caddies will follow the weight and slope. If the weight in your bag is unevenly distributed the caddy will always tend to track to that side. Make sure that the weight in your bag is distributed evenly and the bag sits straight on the supports and cannot shift. Please test the tracking of your caddy without the bag on even terrain. The tracking can be adjusted via the adjustment mechanism mounted to the front wheel on all X3 and X4 models. Please open the axle nut and the tracking eye rod located on the right side of the front wheel. Shift the wheel as needed and tighten the screws in reverse order. Don't over tighten the nuts. The wheel must be able to spin freely. Again during operation make sure the bag is positioned straight and cannot shift, and the weight in your bag is evenly distributed. Operate the caddy in a forward looking manner taking the topography and the slope into account. Occassional directional adjustments might be necessary.
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