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So i purchased a quad runs and drives good but when the quad is off and i try push it the wheels lock up and rotate the engine (its automatic) so i purchased new clutch and still same issue but when i take clutch off and push the quad it turns freely when i install clutch and push quad it rotates the engine as if it was in gear but its automatic... heres a video i found example what exactly my new and old clutch does. and heres link to new part i bought https://www.ebay.com/itm/17-Tooth-Automatic-Clutch-w-Cap-for-50cc-70-90-110cc-125cc-ATV-Quad-Dirt-Bike/192705885823?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2648 any help would be appreciated
as many might know, the years previous, California had drought conditions that allowed "bark beetles" to basically kill many evergreen trees.
here's an example of what they did:
we had a few on our property... no HF tools here, this is Stihl guaranteed:
lmk if anyone wants his #, I'm sure he'd trade for body work lol
Hello there, i am wanting to know, what would be a good 4 wheeler with a manual transmission? Either a real manual with a clutch, or a semi automatic transmission. Either 2 or 4WD will do. What i do want is one that has a rack at each end and can pull a small trailer. So what are your suggestions? I am open to most any brand though Linhai is the only one from China i would buy.
So far it looks like Arctic Cat is overwhelmingly what fits what i'm looking for, but like i said, i'm open to almost any make. If there is any rivalry over brands count me out, i like them all. What i do want is one that will last through farm use, hauling feed sacks and so forth.
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Bought a 01 bear tracker and a trailer from a local guy last week. I rebuilt the carb 2 days ago and ran damn near perfect for 2 hours. Parked it and came back the next day. It suddenly won't hold an idle at all and pops when I'm going downhill or at a slow speed. Almost like I'm dragging the whole power train with the weight of the ATV. It still has decent power (80-90% maybe as it is now) but I can't figure out why it's popping and won't hold an idle suddenly. even with messing with the idle screw next to the bowl on the exterior of the carb. No changes. . ANY ideas would be great. I'm far from a carb king, but I've never had this issue before. The fuel was bought 2 days ago and it has a brand new intake manifold as of yesterday when I rebuilt the carb (whole rebuild kit). I sprayed around the carb and did not find any leaks.
I've seen a few good ideas around about how to HELP prevent a trailer from getting stolen
but when it comes to security, too much is never enough. I figured we could all benefit by learning from one another what measures are in place elsewhere so jump in any time to contribute your idea. Here are few I'm aware of
Take the wheels off
Chain it to something stationary
Video surveillance signs posted
GPS tracking device
Need to write a script..for a story..5-10 minutes..i cant think of anything..due monday..im thinkin a mcdonalds conspiracy..but what conspiracy? Id like it to be believable..could do something bout atvs but...the typical..kid living the dream comes out on top wins the race blah blah..boring
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