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About rcrawford1110

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  1. Yes the head of the starter will be exposed then the pull starter is removed
  2. A gummed up carb does sound the most plausable it may sound like its getting too much gas when in fact its getting to little. Also the machine needs good air flow to run properly change the air filter. Do a compression check to check valve seat also. More tech tips at atvwheelin.com in the tech tips.
  3. I have had the same issue and what happens is the starter gets dirt and moisture in it. Remove the pull starter assembly then expose the starter bendix (head of starter) spray it out good with carb cleaner and oil the front bushing and reassemble.atvwheelin.com More tech ideas here!
  4. Tried it on my old trail blazer and its crap. check out mine at atvwheelin.com its in the sisters ride the camo one.
  5. The linkage might need readjusted. Check out mine at atvwheelin.com there are other tech tips there too.
  6. I have the 08 Outlaw 525irs and it is the best (gncc) machine in our group and does jump right along with theirs. Check it out atatvwheelin.com cool ride.
  7. I have the 08 and think they look better mine is on atvwheelin.com and it is a sweet ride!
  8. My brother has one and it stays with my Outlaw 525 there a fast ride for a utility. Check them out at atvwheelin.comgot some great clips:biggrin:[/url]
  9. My brother has one and it stays with my Outlaw 525 there a fast ride for a utility. Check them out at got some great clips:biggrin:
  10. My brother has one and it stays with my Outlaw 525 there a fast ride for a utility. Check them out at
  11. There is a vent line on the carb sounds like it is pinched Other ideas at atvwheelin.comin the tech tips:huh:

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