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By Dee Morris
I bought my big bear in 2009, never had a bit of problem with it until last year. It quit starting but still would click when I tried to start it. I replaced the solenoid, the cdi module ( it was burned on one corner) and this year replaced the battery. I have all lights but still will not start and I do not have the clicking when I try to start it. Can anyone give me any ideas what to try next? I haven't had any luck finding videos about the 2008 Big Bear. I'm trying to avoid the expense of sending it to the shop.
By Erik Plug
Picked up my first Brute Force yesterday. What should have been an awesome afternoon of riding turn a bit into a deception. As I was unable to really take it out for a test drive at the shop, I decided to buy it and agreed that I would take the test drive at home.
When giving full throttle I noticed that the Brute was choking and lost all of its powers. Faulty fuel pump most likely.
Called the shop and the are coming to pick it up and repair it and bring it back. Good service. Nevertheless feels a bit sour in the mouth as I was told it was a 100% good.
Need to have some patience I now before I can really start riding.
Good/Better/Best +1 A-Arms honda 400 X 2008-2014
What are some of the good, better,and the best 1+ a arms out there?
where does Houser Racing Fall?
and something found on ebay
My wife has a Honda rancher 420 4x4. We got it new in 07. Its been flawless. Nary a problem. But its heavy, rides rough, it's hard to steer and handle, and she doesn't like shifting even tho it has thumb shifters. After our last outing I've been thinking that she needs something more practical. She is a flat ground rider. And she doesn't like going fast. So with that said, my buddy offered up a 2008 ds250.
It was his granddaughters and never ridden hard. It started right up and ran fine. The trans/clutches seemed all good. There are some little brackets that kind da hold the front fenders up and I think the headlights too. Those are funky and the headlights kinda flop around. He said a tree branch fell on it and messed those up. The plastic and seat are in good shape. Needs a good cleaning tho. Anyway he wants $700 for it. Has an extra set of nice rear knobbies too. Idk much about can-am stuff. I know if it was a Honda it would probably be up around $3,000. But it isn't.
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