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  1. If your bike has any anodized parts such as suspension linkage or side covers, be very careful with any harsh cleaners and sprays. Certain cleaning solutions as well as carb cleaner... More...
  2. To ensure your thermostat is functioning properly,you can test it in a pot of water on the kitchen stove. Using pliers to avoid a burn injury... More...
  3. If you stack your quad for transport or any other reason, the fuel in your float bowl will run back out through the bottom of your air filter... More...
  4. Many of today?s sport quads have the crankcase breather tube running up into the airbox. In extreme racing situations... More...
  5. When installing any hardware that screws into your quad?s fuel tank, be sure to use anti-seize... More...
  6. To get the most out of your FCR carb-equipped quad, the airscrew must be adjusted to account for altitude and air density, as well as aftermarket exhaust... More...
  7. You can build a very handy engine stand with fourshort 4x4s and a handful of wood screws.... More...
  8. With clear plastic tubing from the hardware store. Measure the outerdiameter of the front tube on your lower and upperA-arms then purchase.... More...
  9. Some of the trickier obstacles for quad newcomers to master are whoops. Approach them at the wrong speed or wrong angle and you're likely to end up on your head faster than you can say "whoops." More...
  10. Here's a quick tip to keep your brand-new axle looking brand new! More...
  11. Your riding boots are likely among the most expensive pieces of gear you own... More...
  12. Keeping dirt out of your engine isn't something that should be taken lightly.But you can use a rag to keep all the dirt out... More...

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