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So I bridged the connectors on the starter solenoid and it cranks the motor. I was wondering if anyone knew why the dash lights don't work or any of the buttons. I did find a cable disconnected I have a picture of maybe someone can tell me what it's supposed to be connected to. It has 3 wires going to the connect Green Purple Red. I'll enclose a picture of it and where it is connected on the wiring harness.
By Zachary Coombs
Hello, I’m new to this forum, I have a 2007 trail boss 330 that’s been overheating after about 5 minutes of riding. No problems before it overheats from a cold start but then it backfires and loses power. The fan comes on but the temp light doesn’t. I’ve had someone clean the carburetor, I’ve replaced the spark plug and air filter and put in a new battery. I also tried cleaning the radiator with a hose, Any help is appreciated, Thanks
By Travis Mitchel
Hello all just recently acquired this atv which as you can see in the pics that it has had an unsheltered life. i did get it running and put some used tires on the front.
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Heres my story. Kinda long. I guess I was a late bloomer when it comes to quads. I had never ridden a quad in my life. Rode Dirt Bikes as a kid growing up. Back in Oct of '06 I found a Mustang on craigslist. Took it for a test drive one morning before work. Fast car. 351 Cleveland. I had planned on meeting the guy again after work. For some strange reason thats still to this day beyond me, I stopped in Hillsboro MotoSports on the way home from work. I had 6 Grand on me. There was a left over '05 sitting by the front door. It was on sale for $4999. It was $5499 OTD. I didnt even look at anything else. I knew nothing about quads accept I thought it really looked coool and I had the money in my pocket to buy it. I was sitting on it when the salesman walked up and asked... "Can I help you?" Without hestitation I pulled 60 Ben Franklins outta my front pocket and said "I want this Quad. Load it up in my truck." It was just about dark by the time I drove away from the shop. BTW, I didnt bother to ask my ol lady if I could buy it. LOL. Anyway, I took it by the house and showed her. She was kinda stunned but not mad. We drove over to a friend of mines house and unloaded it. I took it to the field across the street from his house. HOLY CHIT!!!!! I was surprised by the power. I had it for about 2 weeks and took it to Sand Lake. I was there a few hours and rolled it on a banked turn at the top of the bowl right before you get to the one-ways. When it rolled, I flew off and landed on my belly. The quad came bouncing and landed on my back. For a month I couldnt even walk. I was scared of it. I considered trading it for a 250EX. Went back to the shop. The salesman said..."Dude!!! You dont want a 250EX!!! Trust me. Just get used to it" I still wasnt convinced. I put it on craigslist for $4000. Calls were coming in. I had a guy that wanted to come look at it that evening. I decided to take it for one last ride at Browns Camp before I sold it. I was still afraid of it. After about 5 minutes I started feeling comfortable on it again. I decided right then, I loved my Honda 450 and would learn how to ride it instead of selling it. That was late Nov of '06. Work was slow for a Painter in Oregon. My new job everyday? Going to Browns Camp and ridding my Quad. I bought my Girl Friend an '02 Blaster. I rode my 450 for 4-6 hours almost every single day for 3 months. And yes, I know my way around Browns Camp pretty well. LOL. In March I bought her an '06 TRX250EX (Thank God I didnt trade my 450 for one of those) LOL Since then, I have become totally addicted to quads. I love them. Couldnt imagine not owning at least one quad. Luckily I have two. My "07 was $6500 OTD in July of '07. Bought it for my Girlfriend. Traded in her 250 EX. A month later we broke up. So, I wound up with two Honda 450's.
With a ton of brands and models available, shopping for ATV gear isn’t easy. Today at Quad Crazy, we’re going to discuss the best ATV goggles on the market from a few of our favorite gear manufacturers.
We’ve combined our experience with different ATV goggle brands alongside reading online reviews, comparing prices, specs and more. From all that research, we’ve been able to determine the five best products for 2021.
Our picks include one product for each category below:
Overall top pick Top premium roll offs Best cheap ATV goggles Most suitable OTG (over the glasses) ATV goggles And not forgetting the budding pros...we’ve also included our top pick for kids!
The 5 Best ATV Goggles This Year
Our Top Rated ATV Goggles: 100% Racecraft
Want the best ATV goggles on this list for the money? Look no further than the 100% Racecraft Goggles. They weigh in at around $75 with a mirrored lens, or, head for the standard Racecraft ATV goggles with a lower $65 price tag.
The first thing we like (apart from them looking super-cool with a mirrored lens), is the wide field of vision. It gives the rider a slightly wider peripheral than the likes of the Oakley O Frames, which are also featured on this list. And, that’s important whether you’re looking ahead on track, trail, or in a race.
Breathability is better than most. Not only do the 100% Racecraft ATV goggles get air intake channels built into the face foam, but that foam is triple layered too.
For warmer days riding that means less sweating, as moisture is wicked away with ease. In the colder months that breathability is going to mean less fogging, which is helped along with the Lexan lens which includes a strong anti fog coating.
Ready to hit rocky trails with your buddies? The 100% goggles have got you covered, thanks to their removable nose guard that keeps you protected, and the tear off compatible lens helps to give you clear vision all ride long. Better still, the Racecrafts won’t be slipping on your lid, thanks to the 45mm silicon coated strap.
Looking for the best ATV goggles in terms of value for cash? We’re picking the $75 Racecrafts - you can grab them here at an absolute steal.
The Best ATV Goggles with Roll Offs: Oakley Airbrake
If you’re on a tight budget, we’d suggest looking away now. Although we’re highlighting the Oakley Airbrake as one of the best ATV goggles (with roll offs), they have a price tag to match; around $200!
But, you do get what you pay for. For a start, you’ll have a lens changing system that’s easy to use, as well as a full on roll off system to keep vision at its best, even on the muddiest of rides.
Impact resistance compared with cheaper goggles is much higher, so they will stand the test of time. And, rather than taking different goggles with different lenses (clear, mirrored etc) to the track to suit all weather conditions, simply take the Oakley Airbrakes with some spare lenses. Changing lenses is a breeze thanks to their Switchlock technology.
Field of vision is comparable to the 100% Racecraft, which we love, and is certainly above par when it comes to the 99.9% of other ATV goggles.
And, like the Racecrafts mentioned above, these goggles aren’t just comfortable, they’re exceptional when it comes to battling fogging. The layered foam wicks away moisture, and the F3 anti-fog coating on the lens ensures that you keep maximum field of vision at all times.
The price tag might be off putting for some. But if you have the budget, the Oakley Airbrakes are a must for any ATV junky’s gear bag.
Top Pick for Cheap ATV Goggles: Oakley O Frame
If you’re on the lookout for the best ATV goggles on a budget, we have something pretty-cool for you; the Oakley O Frames.
O Frames have been used in ATV and dirt bike riding for over two decades and they’re still a hot seller; that’s a testament to how good value for money they really are. And, if you’re looking for cheap ATV goggles from a leading brand, then these are the ones you want. Tons of online reviews are going to back up that statement.
Like all the best goggles, you’ll get a triple layered face foam. That’s for comfort, to wick away sweat when the adrenaline’s pumping, and to help stop fogging.
Prepping your gear back for a race? You’ll need a vision system. You have the option of the Airbrake roll offs mentioned above, but you’ll need to invest a hefty $200.
The O Frames? You’ll get a 2-pin tear off system to load up 15+ tear offs for a race, and you’ll be able to grab these set of goggles for a ridiculously low price of around $40.
Want to stock up your gear bag with some cheap ATV goggles? We’d be headed straight for the Oakley O Frame, and we found a great deal on them here.
ATV Goggles Suitable for OTG: 100% Accuri 2 OTG
Years ago, if you rode ATV trails and wore glasses, well, tough luck. No manufacturers produced an ATV goggle suitable for people wearing glasses.
That changed when Oakley introduced the L Frame, and since then, a ton of OTG (over the glasses) ATV goggles have hit the market.
Want the very best? We’d be headed straight for the Accuri 2 from 100%, inclusive of a feature list that’s comparable to the 100% Racecraft goggles mentioned above. And it’s not just our top pick. Read guides like this one covering dirt bike goggles and you’ll see the Accuri OTG are the ones you need in your kit bag.
You’ll get a wide field of vision, in a goggle frame that’s going to accommodate your glasses easily, triple layer foam for comfort, and an anti fog lens.
Even better is the fact you can grab them here for around $15 less than the mirrored version of the 100% Racecrafts; exceptional value for money.
The Best Goggles For Kids: 100% Mini Strata
Our final category is the best ATV goggles for kids. Again, we’re headed for the 100% brand, and the Mini Stratas.
The first thing you’ll notice is they’re ridiculously cheap. Expecting to pay $75 like the Racecrafts? Nope. $40 like the O Frames? Think again.
They’re more than half the price of the O Frames; you’ll be getting change from $20!
Naturally, they come with a smaller frame size to suit kids helmets, and a 35mm silicon strap rather than the 45mm on the adult 100% goggles. But apart from that, you’ll get the usual comfort, ventilation from the face foam, and anti-fog lens to stop fogging.
There’s nothing else to it. If you want the most bang for your buck and the best ATV goggles for kids, you don’t need to be looking at any other product, just head for the 100% Mini Strata.
Quad Crazy’s Picks: Best ATV Goggle Brands
Hopefully, you’re loving our top picks above. But, if you want to keep browsing ATV goggles, just bear this in mind…
Cheap brands don't offer all the features ATV goggles need: scratch resistant and anti fog lenses, layered face foam for ventilation, a large frame for a wide field of vision, tear off lens, roll offs and more.
So, how do you choose? Simply stick to Quad Crazy’s list of the best ATV goggle brands (all of which are on offer here😞
100% FXR Fly Racing Dirt Fox Racing Leatt Oakley Scott Shift Spy Optics Thor That’s a wrap to our guide to the best ATV goggles.
Looking to read more reviews, and all things ATV? Jump over to Quad Crazy’s ATV Magazine, we’re constantly uploading cool content like this.
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Grandson got a couple China made ATVs, lucky me, been a while since my motorcycle days, but I’ve mechanic and body worked all my life. Got an issue with the 110 cc one that’s got me scratching my bald head. Replaced carb, adjusted and checked all I see that can be done and it still Boggs out in forward gear , but will spin the tires in reverse and not bogg at all. What am I missing hear ? Anybody got any ideas on what to try next? Please let me know, I’m sure that the best thing to do would be to get rid of the the things and buy a real Atv, unfortunately the grandkids can’t afford it and Grandpa is supposed to be able to fix anything don’t acknowledge. Help needed!
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