Let me know what you guys think. Just registered as a member here and thought I'd bring something to the table. I probably have around 50 or so ATV how-to videos on my channel. Please let me know what you think!
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What's the best way to fix this?...
Best idea so far is to clean it all up, sand the bottom side real good and find a piece of durable plastic I can shape and form to the bottom, and sand it as well. Then hold it all together somehow and epoxy the formed plastic to the bottom side. After curing, drill holes on both sides of the crack and thread wire through like shoelaces for support, pull tight and tie off.
Seems like I read about some kind of goop you could use in this situation but I forget what it was called. I believe it would take the place of the epoxy.
Right now I need advice on what kind of plastic to use and how to source it, as well as what kind of epoxy.
I'm all ears.
So I bought a 2008 Raptor 350 off a guy for $300 he told me all it needed was a new stator. So I bought a new stator and put it in it. When I did that the fourwheeler would start and shut off. I asked a buddy and he said that when you replace the stator you replace the voltage regulator. So I got a new one one and put that in it and it still starts up and shut off when you touch the gas. But if I unplug the voltage regulator it runs good until the fourwheeler gets to a certain RPM then it shuts off. Does anyone know what the problem is??
I just replaced the regulator rectifier on my Arctic Cat 400 with an aftermarket unit from Ebay. The old one had definite signs of burn out. All fuses are proper sizes and there are no cooked wires to be found. Also installed a new charged battery. The regulator rectifier seem to get pretty warm in use...Is that normal, and if not, where should I be looking?