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    • Go to e bay and type in fuel pump relay for your Massimo and it will show you what it looks like. It's a shame that e bay has more info than the dealers do, if you can even find one! As soon as I get mine running again, It's going to a Kabota or Ranger dealer somewhere!
    • Got a 2012 Bennche Bighorn 700x (I believe) from a neighbor that had it sitting in his yard undisturbed for over 2 years.  We pulled it across the road to my house with the transmission stuck in low.  I tinkered and discovered the fan gear assembly had frozen up from not being used, specifically the part that slides/turns in the housing.  After freeing that up, the transmission shifts fine.  I put a fresh battery on it and discovered 12.2 volts going to the solenoid, and with the key in the on position, 12 .2 volts on the starter side of the solenoid without turning the key to the crank position.  I discovered at the starter the same results of a constant 12.2 volts in the on position.  Cranking, the voltage on the starter side of the solenoid and at the starter drops to 11.72v.  Shouldn't there not be any voltage on the other side of the solenoid  or at the starter if the key is not in the crank position?  And with the constant voltage at the starter and it not turning, isn't it safe to assume the starter is frozen/burned out?
    • If you own a Ranger Crew, you know that regular maintenance is essential to keep it running smoothly. One crucial aspect of maintenance that often gets overlooked is checking the doors. In this guide, we'll walk you through the steps to perform door checks on your Ranger Crew to ensure they function correctly and keep you safe during your off-road adventures. Beside this, When it comes to luxury sports cars, one name stands out above the rest: Ferrari Monza SP2 with a rich history dating back to 1947, Ferrari has become synonymous with speed, performance, and Italian craftsmanship. In this article, we'll explore the iconic brand and its enduring legacy.
    • In 2016 I bought a midsized Ranger ETX. I don't recall exactly my out the door price but it was probably less than 8k. I've used it as a work machine around our home and 38acres. It's always run great and requires little maintenance. Still running strong.  So, for no reason I checked out a local dealer. I like the midsized UTVs so that's where I started. I was shocked the cheapest 570 I saw was a shade under 18k. I know an ETX Ranger was a budget SxS but wow, that's a 10k jump. When I was shopping back in '16 I think a 570 was about 1k more than my ETX. Well I guess I will be running this ETX till it breaks. Anyhow, I'm a big fan of the Rangers. When the time comes I'll be back but I had no idea. I haven't posted in a while. The ETX must not have sold a lot because you don't see many things posted. Hope other ETX owners had the same reliability I have had. I'm guessing if a cheap Ranger series like mine has been reliable then the guys with bigger ones are enjoying those as well. So, great machines, probably priced per the market but I had no idea. Ha  
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