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  2. Good luck with your surgery!
  3. I haa problem with the controller on a Harbor Freight winch. The control box went out a while back. It has a manual switch on the handle-bar and a plug in for a remote that I never purchased. I replaced the solenoids and it worked a couple of times and is dead again. Is there a universal replacement that anyone has used and would use again? Remote control or manual /remote combo, no preference.
  4. Finally! I am back to a limited .degree. Family member medical condition is under control. I have the bayou running well after 3 days of effort getting everything back together and locating a few missing bolts The torque limiter is inside the left alternator housing on the end of the starter shaft. I'm not exactly sure of the mechanical function and I haven't cut one apart yet to see. I'll be in and out of here for a while. I am facing lumbar spinal surgery. 2 vertebrae are deteriorated and are misaligned badly and there is no disc between 4, all bone on bone. Not sure what the future holds. No complaints, and I'll survive well, it just may take a while.
  5. 2018 sportsman 450 and 2007 Polaris Phoenix 200...
  6. Worked air bubble out of gas filter and it went back to running great... but air bubble keeps coming back... what did I do wrong?
  7. Yesterday
  8. This is my new plug after 10 mins of running... what's off??
  9. Put on a new carburetor new gas lines new gas filter new air filter... started first bump... let it warm up over 5 mins... took it around the yard and it rand great... came back out 10 mins later started right back up took another pass around the yard and it dies again... refuses to start back up... could it be the coil or cdi box... anyway to test?
  10. As stated above working on a 1999 Suzuki LT-F160. I think I’m having trouble with the carburetor. I keep fouling spark plugs. Full disclosure, I did make a poor attempt to “rebuild” the carb (that’s why I think that’s the issue). No idea if the new parts are at the correct “settings” (gaps and such) I believe the starting point is 1.5 turns from bottom out on the adjustment screw (is there another adjustment I don’t know of?). Doesn’t feel like I’m getting gas drawn through the carb (clogged jet maybe?), the plug isn’t wet at all (assuming why they’re fouling?) Not a great deal of experience working on carbs and not having much luck on finding a lot of info on the 160’s. 1st- by chance can I swap out the original carb (13200-02C03) for an LT 250 model (think the HA01050). They’re only about $30 apposed to $200. That would at least narrow down if it’s a wiring problem or carb issue. 2nd - The wiring has been minipulated at least a dozen times (before I acquired it, my cousin got it from a buddy kind of thing). Hopefully don’t have to dig into this too much as it’s currently a bit if a mess. I was told it ran last year... Any imput would be greatly appreciated
  11. YEAH BUDDY !!! ... That looked some GOOD TIMES Yamaha Grizzly Guy !!! ...
  12. DITTO !!! Hope everyone's Memorial Day is a Great One !!! ...
  13. Hello all, I’m working on my sons 99 Yamaha Warrior 350. When I pulled the plastic cover off left side of engine, I can see oil leak at the seal. I pulled the bolt out and then the starter boss(I guess that’s what it’s called?) I can see that the boss doesn’t make contact with the seal. Is there a spacer of some type that slides on to the boss, to make contact with the seal? This seal is held in place with a plate with 3 screws in it. This boss slides into the bearing in the stator. I have been to parts websites and I don’t see what I’m needing. Maybe it’s just the wrong seal?
  14. A great reason to reply to a 12 year old topic... Hope everyone has a great Memorial Day Weekend!
  15. The front diff messed up and he never got around to fixing it.
  16. The axles ant other parts will run you probably another $300-$400 or so and miscellaneous nuts bolts and gaskets a few more bucks. Keep in mind this all depends one the existing transmission working properly? Why was it disconnected in the first place? These are the things you have to look into. Double check that all the tires are the same size as well. 4x4 vehicles have to have the same size tires all the way around so they all rotate the same. It’s possible that after the 4x4 was removed the front tires were downsized ?
  17. That may the problem! We’re there any bees left inside the nest ? Also does it run any better ?
  18. Original hubs. Front diff can be bought for $180 off eBay. Not sure about the other parts
  19. Had some time today to tear into the Phoenix and found this wasp nest completely blocking in air intake onto air box... I'm thinking this may have been a contributing factor...
  20. Last week
  21. Are the original hubs there ? Wow that’s a lot of parts. The differential is gone too ? Your prob going to put about $1000 in parts to get it back to 4x4. Not sure if it’s worth it.
  22. 2001 Honda trx350 I’m pretty sure it needs front drive shaft, front diff, and front 4wd axels
  23. What make, what model, what year ? If the bike had 4 wheel drive then you can most likely restore it back to what it was. Parts will most likely be used from eBay or other vendors depending on the brand of the bike.
  24. There you go. Nice work, aftermarket stators are commonly available for lots of different engines. Happy yours worked out. Ride safe.
  25. Was riding my Trx300ex and it sounded like it had no gas and cut off I got more gas changed the spark plug and still won’t come on what should it do
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