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  1. So far so good, got around 3 hrs on clock , hope it holds up. Thanks for asking
  2. I installed a colder plug , original plug is: BPR5ES, I installed BPR4ES. Documented hrs and will see how long it goes. Thanks for responding !!
  3. So would you think a colder plug would help, i may give it a try. thanks
  4. Did you mean colder plug? Some say to use hotter so I'm confused. Before the new battery the plug would be really black and sutted up. Now with newer battery the fouled plugs are white that I think indicates it is maybe to hot. Thanks for responding.
  5. 2007 Mule 610, owned for 8 yrs and valves were ticking when I got it and had them adjusted twice and this is when plugs began to foul. I replaced battery (used battery I had on hand) a yr ago and didn't foul a plug for some time and replaced batter (new) with a bigger lawn mower type battery again a month ago and have fouled two plug since. Had carb cleaned and valves adjusted and still fouls plugs way to often. Friend has a mule just like mine and his does same thing. Have read this is a common problem with 610 mule. Any help or suggestions would be welcomed. Thanks and stay healthy.
  6. I think it must have something to do with firing, could be wrong. Runs much bettet.
  7. Just an update from several months ago. As noted had carb cleaned and air filter changed and helped a lot but have had plug foul twice in several months. Battery was weak and finally died so I replace it with a lawn mower batter i already had with a little mod to the hold down device. Mule runs much much better and has not fouled a plug since, have pulled the plug several times to inspect and no where near as black and suttey as before so I am assuming the weak battery was the cause or at least a big part of it. What U guys think? Thanks and b well
  8. Sorry for late response for some reason I don't get an email , mule is doing good, prob. 7 hrs run time no issues.
  9. Update: Have driven mule about 15-18 miles at about 3 hrs on clock and plug looks pretty good and oil level is OK. Will update as I get more run time, I think it is important to update these post so others can get info for similar problems they may have. Merry Christmas to all
  10. Got the mule back late yesterday and guy said he cleaned carb and replaced needle valve and set float. Hopefully this will solve the gas in oil problem. The fouling of plug was due to the foam air filter. It was deteriorated and when wide open throttle it pulled it into paper filter and starved mule of air causing more gas than air and foul plug. Haven't had time to run mule any so will report back when I have run time.
  11. Took mule to my mechanic who has worked on several mules in the past and let him see what might be the problem. I have read on several different places that the mule is bad about fouling plugs for whatever reason. I will update when get mule back with what he found and hopefully fixed.
  12. Yes exactly I'll keep an eye on it, thanks.
  13. I have a fairly new fuel pump on it from a previous repair and It maybe the needle valve. I will monitor the oil level and see what happens. Thanks again
  14. Not sure about transmission but I think it is mated but it has a red fluid in it 80-90 weight and I checked it. It has a separate reservoir and dip stick. It was a little low but not bad so I topped it off. Also changed oil only no filter, took just a tad over 1 qt. I measured oil drained out and it must have been at least 1.5 qts. Mule is making oil, LOL. Will monitor and see if it stays at current level. Thanks again

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