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    Picked up one of these this year to improve our riding and camping. Its a jumping jack trailer which can haul quads or other stuff on the deck, and then opens up into a nice sized tent. We have used it four times so far and really like it. There is even room inside to store gear with the tent down which really saves on packing. The model we have hauls two machines. but they have other larger ones and one size smaller. Mike
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    5851c4c6b5ba7_1988-2002KawasakiBayou220ServiceManual.pdf 1988-2002 Kawasaki Bayou 220 Service Manual
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    my story is simple grew up racing flatt track n the older I got moved to quads n yes I still act like a crazy old man on a utility quad but haven't rode for a few yrs live in iowa not many people to ride with but am thinking of getting another utility quad I'm 47 n do things that make kids on sport quads shake there heads example 6ft 300 pound man on 750 brute force with 986 big bore kit doing sport quad doubles n table tops I miss that stuff but the wife says if I get one I have to stay on the ground so I guess I can climb trees n rock crawl leave the air to the young people long story short I'm a power freak n will probably by the biggest utility with the most power id by a sidexside but nowhere to ride in iowa n I don't want to drive to Wisconsin everyweekend or missiouri sorry for hillbilly spelling
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    Topic moved to CF Moto forum and second topic has been deleted. Please post only one topic per issue, thanks.
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    I found a complete list of Can Am error codes on another forum and saved it to our download section. Here's the instructions for pulling the codes. 1. Turn Ignition to Lights On position 2. Set speedometer to Engine Hours 3. Press and Hold selector button while switching the Hi-Lo beam 3 times in a row (quickly) 4. Diagnostics mode is activated now 5. Use selector button to go through codes 6. END will come up when all codes are displayed 7. To end mode hold the selector button for more than 2 seconds Here is the direct link to the error codes in the downloads section.
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    Yeah, it looks good. Good luck with it!
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    Looks better with a roof and windshield. I opted for the half windshield and I'm glad I did. For slow trail riding a lot of heat builds up where I'm sitting. The half windshield allows me to get air coming in to cool me off. Sent from my SM-A520F using Tapatalk
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    Here is a direct link to the Warrior service manual in the forums Download section .. The wiring is the same throughout the Warrior model years.
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    The pilot screw is located inside the bowl of the carb. I think the one that you are describing which is located on the underside of the carb is the screw that you use to drain the gas out of the bowl. You have to loosen and turn the carb to remove the bowl to adjust it.
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    It is likely labeled pilot air jet on your carb . Most carbs have only two adjustments . .The idle speed screw which is the throttle stop setting and the idle air ( pilot) mixture .
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    Rock it back and forth a bit as you try to shift it into neutral.
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    Likely all it needs is the idle air screw adjusted .. Turn it in until it just seats, the back off 1 1/2 to 2 turns . Adjust in or out 1/4 turn at a time to find where it idles. Adjust it until it starts to "lope" and then enrich it about 1/8 turn. \
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    It is a great machine. I just got it last week. It now has a roof and half windshield. It's a 2018 model. We just got a dealership here this year. Fit and finish seems just as good as the other big name brands. All suspension parts have grease nipples. Electrical is Bosch. Many other suspension and drivetrain parts are American. Sent from my SM-A520F using Tapatalk
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    View File 1988-2002 Kawasaki Bayou 220 Service Manual 5851c4c6b5ba7_1988-2002KawasakiBayou220ServiceManual.pdf 1988-2002 Kawasaki Bayou 220 Service Manual Submitter oxidized_black Submitted 12/14/2016 Category Kawasaki ATV  
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    Kawasaki service manual
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    The brand is 25 years old. Back a few years ago when Chinese brands started making their way to the US, there was about 40 manufacturers and pretty much all of them were junk, like mosr are now. CFMoto was the only Chinese manufacturer to actually make good stuff and scored a few wins in Europe to sell their bikes. Since then they have become extremely popular in Europe and Australia and now in Canada. Starting in 2016 they decided to use "penetration pricing" to enter the United States Market and more of the Canadian market. They succeeded and now many dealers sell and service their products. I heard of them because of my local dealer bought a large shipment of them and saw their UTV's are unbelievably awesome. DirtTrax says they have turned the "Big Seven" manufacturers into the "Big Eight" manufacturers. They basically model themselves after Polaris machines and aim to compete directly with them in each category. So the Sportsman 450 is $2500 more than the Cforce 400s, but the 400s has more HP, more standard features and you save a bundle. The only reason I know all this is because I was sceptical as hell when I started shipping around but was eventually sold after riding one right after test driving a Polaris and CanAm machine. My only regret is not buying the 500HO instead lol The Cforce 400s starts at $4100 for the 2017 model. I saved $550 by getting an unused 2016 leftover. For what it's worth, since March my 2 local dealers can't keep these in stock. I had to basically talk the salesman into not selling to another guy who was on the fence before me. It rides amazing. It has a CVTech clutch made in a Canada, which are great clutches. The suspension is also made in Canada and is pretty great. I haven't had a bad experience yet. The only con I could come up with is the steering isn't power steering, so when coupled with technical off road riding it can become tiring on your arms. Power Steering is an option on all their models but like I said, I bought a 2016 leftover without P.S. It has a pretty impressive spec sheet. CVTech clutch 2" receiver Double A-arm suspension with coilovers Digital dashboard Push button 2&4 wheel drive Push button locking differential High/low/neutral/reverse/Park Engine break On road lighting package Yausa AGM sealed battery about twice the size of normal ATV batteries All of the above is standard stock features. Pretty nice. The 400 is the smallest machine they offer and if you want to blow your mind you should check out their larger ATVs and UTVs. They are freaking insane. Anyway, I'm sold. I've ridden Polaris my whole life (never owned) and I thought I was a Polaris guy until these guys showed up. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    2002-2007 Suzuki 500LTA Service Manual
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    2005 Yamaha Raptor 660 Service Manual View File 2005 Yamaha Raptor 660 Service Manual Submitter oxidized_black Submitted 12/14/2016 Category Yamaha ATV  
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    if it backfires, it's getting too much air. check the intake boot from the carb to the motor for cracks ... if you have some quick start, spray some around the boot, if it revs up, it's cracked ... if not, adjust your fuel/air screw ...
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    Anyone know where I can get a service manual PDF for a 1994 Kawasaki Bayou 220?
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