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Hi everyone new to this forum so thanks for taking the time to read my questions. I have an older 88 Big Bear 350 and it wont go into Hi range ....well I think its Hi it wont go into it may not go into low range it will go into reverse when i shift the shifter it moves all the way back (i removed the pin and manually shifted it ) forward is reverse middle is low and all the way back is hi but when in hi position its like its in N no forward movement of the machine in any gear. I did get it to work once but then shifted to reverse to get it out of garage and the problem returned.
Where is the Hi/Lo gears actually situated? by removing the right side cover to expose the clutch will I gain access to the shifter?
The "Middle Gear" housing on the other side (left) does it take gear oil ?
2nd owner under 500 miles. Was running great then it get to 45 and slowly derate speed and rpm with throttle on the floor. Slowly keep going down to 20 and lower rpm’s. Air filter clean and seat belt latched. Drive belt looks ok. Engine runs fine after event in neutral and runs fine in low. Only acts up in high gear
Just thought I'd start a new thread for newbies to the site!
If you're new here, tell us who you are, where you're from and what you ride!!!
Lets get to know each other a little better shall we?
I'm not new to the site, obviously, but...
I'm Kristin from Denver!!! I ride a 2008 Yamaha Rhino. She's my muddy baby!!!!!! Several aftermarket parts on her. She's good to me! We try and ride every weekend. This weekend we're off to MOAB! :woot:
By Jim Denton
I've a thought, don't know if it's worthwhile but... Has anyone used any sort of rubber protectant on their boots. I'm bringing back an old machine that sat in the field of lost dreams for years. The boots aren't ripped or dry rotted but I would like them to last a while.
Thanks for your thoughts.
Do the small 50cc's have a way to set the speed. Im wanting to get one for my kid and i need to set it to go slow. I know the chinese knock off fourwheelers do but i dont really want one of those
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