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CFMOTO ATV Forum

Posts about CFMOTO ATV models and manufacturer specific topics.

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    • Ha, funny you should mention a wheel nut backing off.  My oldest is working through a Kodiak he bought at a bargain and as soon as he starts riding we find all 4 axle nuts are loose, there are no cotter pins, and at least 2 of the hubs are completely stripped.  If i could only get my hands on the numb nuts that left the axle nuts loose....
    • I bought a 2003 Recon from a kid that beat it – all plastics cracked etc, When I replaced the rear brake the inside – axle, rear oil  - were clean and in good shape, so I think Honda won the kid vs quad battle. It shifts a little clunky (I made the adjustment) and after riding for a while I get a hot friction material smell I wonder if he used the wrong oil and if any damage was done.
    • Sorry, it's a 2001 Bayou 220. Can't find an Edit option for the post Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
    • Several months ago, I finally got around to fixing the bayou. Rebuilt the carb, replaced the fuel selector switch, hoses and fuel filter, and she ran great. Only had 2 minor issues since then where, at higher speeds, it acted like it was choking out when I let off the throttle. Lately I've noticed if I let it go for more than a week, it almost drains the battery dead trying to start. I initially thought battery, but after inspecting I found very little if not any fuel flow through the line until it starts and runs. I'm a little baffled and don't have much time to mess with it as most my free time right now is spent on getting my rv up and ready for hunting season in the next 3 weeks. So any help on quick diagnosis checks would be helpful. Otherwise I'll just keep starting it every 3-4 days to keep things primed until I'm done hunting.   Oh, and another question on a different topic. Does anybody know what the mounting brackets on the front rack are for? I'm referring to the 2 angled metal tabs with threaded holes that are located on the left, near your knee when sitting on the quad?   Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk    
    • The only other thing I can think of is the neutral safety switch but that should stop it from cranking as well. Try to put the old cdi back in and see what happens.  

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