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I am in need of a manual for my KLF 300 Bayou 4x2 . I've found others on here for the 4x4 model, but was wondering if I need a separate 4x2 manual. Does anyone know?
View File 2018-19 Polaris Ranger 900-1000 XP Crew Service Manual
2018-19 Polaris Ranger 900-1000 XP Crew Service Manual - Full service manual
Submitter flyinbrian365 Submitted 09/19/2019 Category Polaris UTV
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Just unboxed the SW and I'm trying to figure out where some of these parts will be installed. For the most part everything seems straight forward but I'm having trouble deciding where these should go...
Piece on the right is the solenoid (and is maybe called a 'contactor' in some of the utube install videos i've seen) and piece on the left is the circuit breaker. Best advice I've gotten is to install both of these 'under the hood.' Here's mine...
I was hoping to convey a better sense of the space in there but a pic doesn't seem to be doing it really. Anyway the plastic piece that covers all this lies fairly close to the top of everything leaving not a lot of extra room.
There's a slim chance I can find a solid piece of something in there to mount the smaller circuit breaker piece to, but far as the larger solenoid piece goes there's only one place I can possibly see it going, and that's in this hole here that goes back just behind the battery...
But because it's going back in there so far there's no way of securing it to anything. Best idea would be to get everything generally in place and installed wire wise, then wrap the solenoid in layers of thin sheet styrofoam like material I've seen in packing materials. Wrap as much as possible and slide back into the hole for a snug fit. And if a solid mounting option under the hood doesn't present itself for the smaller circuit breaker piece I suppose it could be installed the same way. Don't like the idea of things shaking around in there but as long as there's no problem with the solenoid wires touching the styrofoam wrap I figure I can just keep a close watch on how the wrapping is wearing and replace when needed.
Now onto where to mount the remote plug-in socket...
And last I need to identify a switched power wire somewhere under the hood on the old '11 700 Grizz to hook into. Can I get a good description of this wire or maybe a picture to be sure? Install manual says to use a wire coming from the 'vehicle ignition key switch.'
1) Any alternative suggestions as to where to mount the solenoid or ideas on wrapping it up and mounting it in the hold?
2) Ideas on where to install the remote winch plug in port?
3) Idea where to tap into a switched power line under the hood? Picture would be helpful.
Hello fellow members,
I recently tore down my grandsons 1995 250 Polaris Trail Boss to replace the rings. Problem is, its been bored over and now mics at 72.60 at the top, and 72.54 at the bottom. I only honed the cylinder to remove the glaze.
What size over piston and rings do you think I should use?
I had some leaky seals and a bad running Polaris 250 2x4 mod W937527.Compression was 90 lbs.Just had the cylinder to a shop for measuring.Standard 72mm is 2.835 inches this cylinder is round and measures 2.839 and a bit wider at the bottom.The ring gap with the used rings is .25.
Here is my question>The piston has the ring stops that pin,Can I use the standard piston with a ring set .10 over?
The manual says ring gap seated in the cylinder should be .0009 to .0018.
I am disabled and it will only run me 800 ft to a mailbox once a day and maybe a little use around the yard,so a bore,and new parts are out fixed income cant afford that.
Can I go .010 over on the rings with the standard piston?
Thanks for any advice
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