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  1. Put 15 miles on it today mostly on the beach in 4WD--the front diiferential is definitely smoother and quieter, and engaging/disengaging 4WD and front lock more positively with the ATF...
    3 points
  2. 3 downloads

    Here are a couple more 3D printer files for the HS400/Coleman UT400 & Outfiltter 400. Included in the .zip file are my version of a seat belt interlock defeat insert (SeatBeltThing-01.stl) and an oil filler adapter allowing a 1/2"I.D. hose to be attached making adding oil a less messy operation (OIlFiller-whole-03.stl) --both may also work on other UTVs with similar the seat belt connectors and a 3/4" x 10 threaded dipstick...
    3 points
  3. That looks like it might work, I was mislead by an eBay listing to believe the thread was 3/4-10--however I just measured the good filter I have--it is indeed M20 x 1.5. I corrected the dimensioned photo posted above...
    2 points
  4. Here's a couple shots of mine--I had to "re-brand" it as an LSV (Low Speed Vehicle) to make the State of Florida happy (they had to do a physical inspection, I figured it would not hurt to badge it as an LSV) and get it registered: (made it into an "Outfitter LSV" with 3D printed badges--just used that gray 3M double-sided tape to stick the low-speed placard on; we had just been calling it "the thing"--"Thing 1" was what my great-granddaughter thought it should be called. I thought "Thing 16" as it's a "4x4", but my wife said no one would "get" it... I have a thread re: the Br
    2 points
  5. 7 downloads

    This .zip file contains the most recent (Per Coleman) Outfitter 400/UT400/HS400UTV-5 Owners manual (HS400UTV-5 OM - 2020.pdf) and my critique of same (HS400UTV-5_OM-2020_Errata.pdf). It is the same manual recently received as a spiral-bound hard-copy from Coleman by fellow member tsheh4 and discussed in two or three threads. My critique was presented to Coleman in late January--I had specifically asked if it would be sent to Hisun; but if so, obviously Hisun ignored it. However I must admit if I were asked to translate what is likely a Chinese language document to English I can guaranty i
    2 points
  6. This from Amazon ($199) says it fits 2006-2009 Left or Right. Replaces OEM# 611-04071A, 911-04071A What exact model is yours (it should have some "4xxx" model designation)? Look in to a local automotive CV joint repair shops--there's more about this stuff that's the same than different, some sharp mechanic may look at it and say "I know what that is!"...
    2 points
  7. Going to pick my new Mule Pro FXT Camo tomorrow. Central Fl. First UTV ive owned but have had several 4 wheelers over the years.
    2 points
  8. 6 downloads

    This document contains "who makes what ATV/UTV engine" information from the 2021 EPA emission certification database. IT can be interesting seeing where all this stuff actually comes from. It includes model year, engine family, manufactuer (brand) name, actual engine maker, vehicle maker, certified models, displacement (cc), power¹ (kW, multiply by 0.746 for HP), and at what rpm that power was observed... ------------------------------------------------------ ¹ -the output power shown is that observed by the EPA during testing the bare engine (engine driven accessories installed but
    2 points
  9. The .swf files are "Shock Wave Flash", Adobe's original name for what became just "Flash". They likely just serve up the .jpg files in an indexed manner--I might be able to convert it to something else if you'd like top send me a copy of the CD... -cliff-
    2 points
  10. View File Coleman HS400 3D printed parts Here are a few little parts I made for my new coleman 400. One is a dummy seat belt clip to make the speed limiter think a belt is engaged (for diagnostic purposes only, do not ride without your seat belt on.) Another is a replacment for the circular grommets in the front corner of the bed. The last is a replacement for the rectangular cap at the rear of the frame near the hitch. Parts may need a little sanding depending on your print settings. Enjoy! Submitter tsheh4
    2 points
  11. It was the relay. I ended up buying a different one off of Amazon because it took scautoparts.com 9 days to ship the OEM relay at a cost of $42 with shipping. Also, you cannot find that relay anywhere else on the web but scautoparts. Heres a few pics of the new waterproof one at a cost of $10 and readily available on Amazon. Also note that the original relay was mounted horizontally, which let's water in. I mounted the new one vertically. Here's a link if anyone needs it. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B08D8TSMFV?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_image#aw-udpv3-custome
    1 point
  12. Waiting to hear back from gates
    1 point
  13. i did think about putting it on the plastic shroud that goes over the gear shift and diff lever and choke cable just left and below the seat but it's kind of prone to weeds and briars grabbing it and weather, of course a waterproof switch will be used.
    1 point
  14. Sounds like a good, solid plan. My guess is that if this solves the no start condition, there's no real need for a new harness. So I'd stay mindful of creating something that'll stand up over time.
    1 point
  15. boy, its hard to beat a Honda ... just my opinion
    1 point
  16. Went to do the break in service on my buggy the other day. 10W 30 motorcycle oil, check. 85w 90 for rear diff, check. ATF for front diff, check (okay I cheated and used trans-hydraulic tractor oil, similar stuff.) Oil filter, now that was a tough one. Being the good red-blooded American male that I am, I refused to buy the overpriced Hisun filter and have it shipped in. Surely there was a cross reference that will fit it... So I do some digging, and some measuring, came up with a 2.5inch diameter filter with 3/4 16 threads. Easy, pulled the correct filter at Walmart, an AC Delco is what I grab
    1 point
  17. It surprised us , first that it failed in only 3 years. and Because I have 10 yr old Hondas still working perfectly. But that it just fell apart was shocking.. I would have expected that from Massimo but never Honda.. oh well, nobody s perfect I guess.. I still love my 3 Honda ATV s.. Great machines . We put the new one on and works fine.. He got it online .
    1 point
  18. I feel your pain
    1 point
  19. hahaha BR549....haha I remember that.. Juniors Auto sales
    1 point
  20. 2 downloads

    Polaris Ranger XP 700 service manual
    1 point
  21. 2 downloads

    2008 Yamaha Raptor 250 Service Manual
    1 point
  22. 2 downloads

    Can-Am 2006-2019 DS250 Service Manual
    1 point
  23. 2 downloads

    Yamaha Raptor 660 Service Manual
    1 point
  24. There are mixed reviews on both those models and a couple owners on here that are well versed on each of them and I'm sure they will chime in with their experiences. If you look at the 410, check to see which engine it has. I would not buy one unless it has the Linhai engine. Another option would be to look around the used market. A Rhino might be a little over the width you are looking for, but they can be found at and below your range. I know around here they went fast though when they were listed.
    1 point
  25. BTW, i also contacted K&N filters
    1 point
  26. I was incorrect, it is M20 x 1.5 see my post above...
    1 point
  27. My Chinese too worse...
    1 point
  28. i was bored and just reviewed the ad copy for the tie-down rings--who writes this stuff? Oh yeah! Iron wouldn't rust...
    1 point
  29. It is common on motorcycles and the like for the oil filter adapter to be secured with a largish central nut: It is also common for many automotive oil filters to have a projecting mounting thread incompatible with such an adapter (like this FRAM filter--where the thread "bottoms out" before the seal): . Here are the dimensions of the Hisun filter (note the "concavish", recessed below the seal, mounting thread): I got a properly fitting filter from Amazon for $10...
    1 point
  30. Have trouble with that factory filter (removal)? That was the most I have ever cussed in that short of a time period. Talk about a goat rope. I *hate* working on my 550. It is my punishment for being an a**hole when I was younger. lol. Motorcycledoctor.com is where I get my filter. Also can get from Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N2UIZT6/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Craig C.
    1 point
  31. Got a couple things folks, first off I uploaded some files to print a mount for auxiliary switches in the Coleman download section that requires no drilling the dash, as well as a mount for a slow moving vehicle placard on the tailgate. Also, when I emailed Coleman for my MSO I was able to get the rep to send me a current manual. The one that came with my buggy had an entirely different control layout than what is used ibn my model.
    1 point
  32. I have been meaning to write this up for some time. As delivered (in late October 2020) my 2020 UT400 had the expected number of loose "final assembly" nuts and bolts, but even after tightening down everything it still had an annoying metal-on-metal rattle--one f those that was quite audible but difficult to locate. it sounded like some chassis or suspension component but I could not pin it down. So, I took to carrying a large rubber mallet with me and stopping and banging on things when it really got to me. Eventually I tracked it down to the rear uprights for the roll cage moving about
    1 point
  33. Thanks for the info, was worried about that. There is another address listed for 18th Place, but that location is vacant. I see where I can order them online from other sites (like motobuys.com) where they will ship direct, but would want to buy in person from a dealership instead. Love the look of these things, different & unique. Not looking for major performance, just a fun UTV to take the family around the lake shore. Can anyone tell me how quiet these are on the highway at 50-60 mph? We have a 2 seat CanAm that sound like it’s about to explode at anything over 30mph, just so m
    1 point
  34. In a recent thread fellow forum member mcraigchr asked about Hisun's recommendation to use Dexron 3 ATF in the front differential--I had noted that in the latest SM I received for my HS400 (a "UT400"as labeled by Coleman) that was also the recommendation. AS it was in conflict with other information in the manual I contacted both Coleman and Hisun who both verified the recommendation. from the HS400 SM¹: from the HS550/750 SM¹ (same table obviously): I did not find this at all odd, as ATF is used in many high torque gearboxes and manual transmissions--it is VERY hea
    1 point
  35. cheapest i could find are $385.... compared to 400+ i saw on a dealer website.
    1 point
  36. View File HS400 Seat Belt Defeat and Oil Filler 3D Here are a couple more 3D printer files for the HS400/Coleman UT400 & Outfiltter 400. Included in the .zip file are my version of a seat belt interlock defeat insert (SeatBeltThing-01.stl)and an oil filler adapter allowing a 1/2"I.D. hose to be attached making adding oil a less messy operation (OIlFiller-whole-03.stl) --both may also work on other UTVs with similar the seat belt connectors and a 3/4" x 10 threaded dipstick... Submitter cliffyk
    1 point
  37. Hey folks, I just picked up a 2010 landmaster. The last guy changed the engine to a 653 predator. Anyone have experience with these? Trying to figure out the throttle. It doesnt gently start off Like most engines. Push the gas and vroom! Is that the way these are?
    1 point
  38. Good name for a little dog, has some "pizazzz" to it!
    1 point
  39. My Grandmother has a dog named Spike. Yorkie/Chihuahua mix. Weighs about 6 pounds soaking wet.
    1 point
  40. Just ordered our Mule Pro FXT Ranch today(2021). The machine is in stock but I am waiting for all the extras we want to arrive. We are excited! Any suggestions or "keep an eye out for" with this model? All my reading indicates it is reliable
    1 point
  41. The latest SM for my HS400 (Coleman UT400) also states using Dexron 3 ATF (Dexron, no "t", the "t" is a common misspelling) in the front differential. from the latest Hisun HS400UTV-5 Service Manual: I have confirmed with Hisun that this is correct--ATF is used in many gearboxes, not just automatic transmissions. It is VERY heat and wear resistant (it has to be to survive the clutches and planetary gears in an auto-tranny) --the Tremec TKO-500 transmission in my 2003 500 HP Mustang cobra used Dexron 3. I suspect in the Hisun front-end it may help the 4WD/Differential Lock mecha
    1 point
  42. I have gotten all the fluids changed. Thanks for ya'lls help I will keep an eye on this forum for help in the future.
    1 point
  43. I converted the .swf images to .png (Portable Network Graphics) images--you should be able to read those.They are in a 142 MB .zip file--I'll send you the download link in a PM so that my web server does not get inundated...
    1 point
  44. Got it... The .jpg files are "thumbnails" of the actual page images in the .swf files. I'll have to do some research into how to batch convert the .swf images into something useful... This is the page0002_s.jpg file (viewed with just a plain ol' Linux image viewer(: Here's the page0002.swf file (viewed with Celluloid, a Linux movie viewer): -cliff-
    1 point
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  46. 3 downloads

    Here are a few little parts I made for my new coleman 400. One is a dummy seat belt clip to make the speed limiter think a belt is engaged (for diagnostic purposes only, do not ride without your seat belt on.) Another is a replacment for the circular grommets in the front corner of the bed. The last is a replacement for the rectangular cap at the rear of the frame near the hitch. Parts may need a little sanding depending on your print settings. Enjoy!
    1 point
  47. Hey everyone, new to the forum, just picked up a coleman 400 from tractor supply this week, and of course it was missing a couple small plastic parts. Being as I have a handy 3d printer laying around, I just made new ones. In the downloads portion of this site under the coleman section I uploaded files to print new circular caps for the tie-down holes at the front of the bed, a new cap for the end of the frame near the hitch, and a dummy clip for the seat belts. Disclaimer, always wear your seat belt while riding. That being said feel free to download and print! Check your local library for a
    1 point
  48. Big Brother is always watching out for us! Here's what it actually looks like, "unplugged"--quite unobtrusive when "plugged in", just the red tab shows : I am doing well, thank you for asking... The good part is I have an official document stating I cannot wear a seat belt.
    1 point
  49. Hello.. everyone my name is dustin. I am a nubbie to forums all together. But I have a 08 800 sand viper and I need to replace my clutch and I was Hoping some of the pros on this forum could tell me if there is a automotive clutch that will fit this thing. I have heard of a geo metro clutch working. But ??? don't want to buy one if it will not work.. if not where is the best(and cheapest) place to find one for it. Thank you in advance
    1 point
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