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Hello I appreciate the welcome into the group. I am beyond frustrated with this desperate search for parts. I have a 2013 XY power sports UTV 300. I had a catastrophic failure in my rear differential which resulted in the destruction of almost everything inside. I have located everything I need to completely redo the rear end. But I cannot find a short side axle shaft with six splines etc. it's an offset differential and one shaft is longer than the other and I need the short one. The tip of it broke off (pic). Any help in getting another shaft for this thing would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks guys
My friends KQ 300 starts fine and runs, as soon as you put it in gear and try to accelerate its bucks and farts like crazy, not moving... I cleaned carb and it worked good for 1 day... now back to same problem.... could it be such as a bent valve????
If you're an outdoor enthusiast looking for adventure and off-road fun, an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) is an excellent choice. ATVs have become increasingly popular over the years, offering power, versatility, and excitement for riders of all skill levels. As we dive into 2023, let's take a look at some of the best ATVs the market has to offer.
1. Yamaha Grizzly 700
The Yamaha Grizzly 700 is a top contender in the ATV world. Its powerful 686cc engine delivers excellent performance, whether you're traversing rugged terrains or towing heavy loads. With Yamaha's Ultramatic transmission, the Grizzly 700 offers smooth and seamless gear shifting, making it a joy to ride. Its advanced suspension system ensures superior handling and comfort, while features like electronic power steering and On-Command 4WD add to its versatility.
2. Polaris Sportsman XP 1000
The Polaris Sportsman XP 1000 is another top-rated ATV known for its power and performance. Equipped with a 952cc engine, it delivers impressive acceleration and speed, perfect for adrenaline junkies. Its high ground clearance and active descent control provide excellent off-road capabilities, while the electronic power steering ensures easy maneuverability. The Sportsman XP 1000 also offers ample storage space, making it a practical choice for longer adventures.
3. Can-Am Outlander X mr 1000R
The Can-Am Outlander X mr 1000R is designed for those who crave extreme off-roading experiences. With a 976cc engine and a specially designed mud-ready transmission, it's built to tackle the toughest terrains. The Outlander X mr 1000R features snorkel air intake and relocate differential breathers to provide exceptional water fording capabilities. Its aggressive mud tires and sturdy suspension ensure maximum traction and durability, making it an ideal choice for off-road enthusiasts.
4. Honda FourTrax Rancher
The Honda FourTrax Rancher is a reliable and versatile ATV suitable for a variety of outdoor activities. Powered by a 420cc engine, it offers smooth power delivery and excellent fuel efficiency. Its compact size and lightweight design make it maneuverable in tight trails, while the independent rear suspension provides a comfortable ride. The FourTrax Rancher also features Honda's Electric Shift Program, allowing you to effortlessly change gears with the push of a button.
As you explore the market for your next ATV adventure, keep these top 2023 models in mind. Whether you prioritize power, versatility, or reliability, these ATVs offer exceptional performance and features to enhance your off-road experiences. Get ready to embrace the thrill of the outdoors and take on new adventures with one of these remarkable machines!
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Well, hello everyone. I figured I'd introduce myself with a post. I just turned 33 last month and today I officially quit my job to work on wheelers. I've been buying them broken for about 5 months now, fixing them and selling them for profit. I work on them in my garage and have been selling between 2-4 per month but it has been draining me while also working my full time job. I've slowly been accumulating the basic tools I need to get the jobs done. Nothing special, not a boatload of tools, money or skills. I taught myself through the years and finally got sick enough of working for the city as a sewer service worker to make the jump and quit. I was making 49k a year and now I'm fully relying on my income from repairing wheelers.
I live with my gf and we have no kids yet so that helps. We live in a major city and it has gotten so bad now that we refuse to have kids and raise them here. There's no way we're putting them into the education system. We're determined to move to the country, buy land and start a homestead. My gf is building her virtual tutoring business teaching kids to read and doing awesome! I knew that this job was the last thing holding us here and I would have to lose it anyway if we're going to another state in the next 2 years so we decided now was the time.
So that brings me here!
I hope I can share things that I'm learning and learn more from you guys! Also I know I'm going to be needing those service manuals sooner or later with how many wheelers I'm fixing. Any tips for us to get to our goals are extremely welcome!! We have no land in either of our families and not much money either so the task of doing all this alone is daunting.
Nice to meet you all and wish us luck! The clock is ticking!
I'm going to put a winch on my Bombardier Quest 650. I was going to just go with the Harbor Freight 2500 winch. But I am now considering the 3500. My concern is the 2500 has only 2 mounting holes? Doesn't seem sufficient. I like the price and it has the wireless remote and the circuit breaker has a cover for it. The 3500 has handlebar winch control which i think would be better for snowplow so...
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