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I'm working on a 2018 Sportsman 570 and found in the service manual that there are two different torque methods for the head bolts depending on whether the bolts are silver or black. Well, silver bolts came out of my engine and I'm going to be replacing them with new bolts, however the parts fiche doesn't specify bolt color or that there is even an option!?!
Has anyone on here been through this before and can offer insight??
Hey guys , i think i made mistake when purchased my machine when i thought id be fine with a manual lift moose plow set up .
plow is great , takes a beating , very satisfied however the manual lift for it just kicks my ass after 4 hours or so. Lol
so im looking at changing over to a winch , no biggie im definitely going to do it ,
where my question is , when looking at winches i came to the divide in the trail ...nylon rope ,or old style cable ? I will be,only using this for plowing that is all , i use choke cables and tug straps for other work ...... somwhat do you think guys , its not a price issue , im looking for longterm dependability.... i questioned the rope getting wet while plowing , maybe no biggie not sure. ..
thanks guys. Airborne
By Tony Amato
I recently bought a 2008 Polaris 90cc outlaw for my daughter it only needed a few things like a carburetor and a transmission shaft which I fixed with ease. The headlights on this vehicle are dim so I bought a aftermarket set of headlights also a small winch does anyone know if the stator puts out enough voltage to run these extra accessories do they sell a stator that puts out higher amps? I would appreciate any help that you guys should give me
By Mike Lee
Have you ever had your 4x4 seal literally pop out of the 4x4 housing on the Outlander 450? You will want to try a simple fix to keep this from happening. First, get the old seal out and clean the seal surface on the 4x4 unit with brake cleaner. Take your new seal, and remove the spring. Untwist it and clip off a half a centimeter or so of spring. Don't clip off the wrong end! I do this because these seals fail far too often and this seems to fix the issue. Put it back together. Tap seal into place. This is where you get creative. I was able to cut pieces of shelving metal that clamped against the 4x4 unit to prevent the seal from popping out and holding them in place with zip ties. You can do whatever you think you can pull off with what you have on hand. Just get something on the 4x4 that holds the seal in place on opposing ends. Oh, and always replace the yoke o-ring. Those never retain their shape and will cause leaks if you do not do so. Inspect the wear ring on the yoke and replace if you can feel a fine groove where the seal rides. Remember to use RED locktite on the yoke bolt and tighten that bolt tight as ****. This is the one that always comes off during abusive riding.
I purchased this quad from Craigslist somewhat against my better judgement due to the fact that the driveshaft boot was leaking oil. I am assuming it is just the seal that needs replacement. Does anyone know the part numbers for the seal and boot? I am also trying to get a hold of a service manual for this so I am not going in blind!
Thanks for your help!
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