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At 3am a white box trailer hooked to an SUV, color unsure, came to my backyard, cut the cables locking my 4 wheeler in and stole it. It is a 2018 Hunter green Kawasaki Brute Force 750. It has a light bar on the front and 28” Outlaw tires.
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So a few weeks ago ended up buying a 02 Bayou 300 for 100.00
Get there to see it and motor was gone through and parts missing, stuff not connected
and a big freekin bucket of parts and bolts. He said had no power and mechanic said it was
the wrist pin. Ended up leaving it in pieces and left like that. I end up getting most of it back together
and manage to get it to fire up. I drive it and has no power! No missing just no power. I figure check
the timing chain as he did replace that. Well I spin the motor over and guess what!
A blind guy could have done a better jobs. Just one question, I loosen the top bolt on the tensioner then remove it
right? Nothing is gonna fall inside the motor is it? just making sure, need this out before I can move the cam gear
to the right location. Thanks in advance Az
By Jeff Wolf
Bought a nonrunning 1996 bayou 400. Tore down engine and found major problems. Piston is damaged and cylinder liner needs replacing. Looks like cause was a broken oil pump gear.
Question is can a piston from a prairie 400 be used? Is it the same engine? I assume the liner is replaceable?
By Kelby 746
I have a 1987-89 (not sure on the year) Kawasaki bayou 300 that has electrical issues, I have replaced the entire harness with a proven good/used one, new CDI box, and two brand new coils, problem is that it tests no charge at the pickup coil, so I replaced and tested again with a so called good one that had been salvaged out of a blown up 220/250 (not sure which, the left side cover is smaller than my 300) in Missouri. It has a proven good OEM stator. I am trying to avoid buying a new start and pickup coil because it is so expensive so if anyone has a suggestion please let me know.
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