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2007 XY300 UTV

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Hi I'm new here , nice forum.

I have aquired a XY 300, that seems to be the same as a Linhai of the same model. I was gifted the machine in poor condition, with a locked engine due to broken cam chain, and a broken front strut shock. I have replaced cam chain and have the ute running well now. My need is information about the spacers used to mate the engine to the transmission, alignment of variator and clutch. A blueprint of the alignment jig used in the manual would be ideal. 

Thanks S

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Thanks Ajmboy, yes it is Chinese . I will have to make a few more posts before I can dl the file.

This machine almost identical to Linhai 400cuv manual.  The engine / trans mate the same.

The perfect alignment of pulleys is my aim. It will get a new clutch soon and will correct alignment then. The manual spec. 252mm distance between shafts, 62.5 mm from shoulder on trans shaft to the side of the engine where the cvt cover mates. That point is in mid air, so have to extend that plane of side engine to get measurement. As I understand it now,that is. 

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I managed to align the pulleys, adjust engine position, using straight edges. I used the above specs from manual. What a difference the alignment made. The machine now moves smoothly from a stop, no shuddering, shifts smooth and it is much faster than before. I am happy with the return on the effort.

 One of the front shock struts tops out with loud clack when the road drops away. I believe it is low on oil, I'm thinking I can drill a hole in body add oil then seal. Not sure where to drill the hole that is safe inside shock. Shock just like 88 Kawasaki mule front strut. 

 Any ideas?   R.

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