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Will last won the day on May 26 2013

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    Kawasaki Mule 1000
  1. Hey Buckshot, If you have ruled out everything else that could be limiting the engine speed, and nothing comes up as a problem, go and read a post I just did on carburation problems and my fix. I have found that most of the mysterious running problems are fuel related - that is partially clogged fuel delivery galleries to the jets. This is an extremely common problem that mechanics usually charge large bucks to fix by removing and "boiling out" the carb. Good luck, Will
  2. I regularly work on small engines of all sizes from weed eaters, lawn tractors, motorcycles, up through auto engines. Here is what I have discovered and it may be a solution to your idling problem. The small fuel galleries supplying fuel to the jet are very prone to varnishing closed because of their small size. It doesn't take long for varnish to form in a machine that is idle - especially in a seasonal or seldom used engine. When this happens the idle jetting is the first to foul and if you have any question try this. The engine will likely run only with the choke pulled because it needs a r
  3. I just bought a 1994 Mule KAF450 b-1 and when I got it home found that it popped out of forward gear. I'm waiting for a manual to help troubleshoot it but think that the cause may be the shifting dogs on the shuttle shifter and the forward gear are rounded off. Anyone had any experience with this type problem? I'm not sure if those parts are still available and if not may try to weld the parts and reshape them to rebuild the dogs. Thanks... Will

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