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Hisun UTV SxS Forum

This is for all of you Hisun UTV, SxS (Side by Side) owners. Discussions about Hisun UTV specific topics including Sector, Strike, and HS models.

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  1. hisun strike 250

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  2. Hi sun 550 sector

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  3. Doesn't want to start

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  4. Blue Smoke

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  5. hisun 800

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  6. HISUN

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  7. Hisun Sector 250

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  8. I have no clue....

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    • UPDATE: I've been so dang busy lately, i finally got a couple of hours to work on the jacka$$... i mean Mule..😉 Got the rod bolts torqued, pulled off the oil pump/tang installed the cam and timed it it to the crank, put the cover on, and for those who dont know or remember the ordeal with the crankshaft and cover: There is a  shim between the crankcase cover and the crankgear, this helps control the end play, or side to side movement of the crank. anyway, the first time i installed the cover the crankshaft would not spin by hand (according to the manual its supposed too)  so i measure all the clearances  (according to the manual instructions) and came up with the correct size shim. so back to TODAY.  I installed the new  shim (VERY easy)  slid the cover on, put the new bolts in, torqued them and the moment of truth,  the crankshaft spun by hand,which is what i was looking for!  So now all i need to do  is install the head and set the valve clearance. and for anyone else rebuilding any engine,  i do not recommend using Permatex  assembly lube, it is  very slick and not tacky, it runs of the parts easily, so i bought some Lucas lube, and it's slick, but tacky enough it held onto the  surfaces. https://www.amazon.com/Lucas-Oil-10152-Assembly-Lube/dp/B000WJ3M6I  


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