Quantcast
Jump to content

Willy M

Members
  • Content Count

    103
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    17

Willy M last won the day on August 29

Willy M had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

47 Excellent

1 Follower

About Willy M

  • Rank
    Advanced Member
  • Location Kingston, ON, Canada

Profile Information

  • UTV Brand
    Polaris, American Sportworks

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. could be a faulty solenoid. When it does not start tap the solenoid with a hammer and if it starts you know what to replace.
  2. Always test drive 4 wheelers on uneven ground, not pavement. You will know the ride quality only when taken off road on bumpy ground, Polaris to my knowledge has very smooth ride with good suspension. The first 4 wheeler I bought I only drove it on the paved lot, what a mistake, the worst off road ride and you could not drive faster than walking or you'd hit your head on the roof the suspension was so stiff. The thing beat you up when you drove it.
  3. You would have to google local auctions and keep looking until something comes up at auction. You can enter search terms and online auction sites email you when a 4 wheeler or anything you are looking for comes up in local auctions or auctions in a wider search area.
  4. Auctions are a good source for used and many have very low mileage on them. Why pay dealer prices? I had bought a new Polaris Ranger and 3 months later a 3 year old 1000cc Polaris with under 200 miles sold for less than my 500 ranger.
  5. couldn't resist! Do you have a fuel filter on this model? Could be clogged. Also any small crack in a fuel line can do bad things. Does the engine have points and condenser or the newer electronics?
  6. Tie a carrot to a long stick and hold out in front of the Mule, should go forward then. It's worked in the past!
  7. If you have coolant in the oil you need a rebuild, no telling how long it ran with poor to no lubrication.
  8. I agree not worth it, save covers for bbq's. Build a lean-to or keep in a garage. I've hunted deer in a stand with my Polaris beside the tree and a buck walked right past it within a few feet. The deer didn't seem to mind that there was no camo cover on it. A surplus camo net works if you need to hide your machine.
  9. with rust and a bit of wear the shoe seats deeper and catches on the lip of the drum which is not there when new. Once off can knock off the corrosion and finish with a fine file or wire brush.
  10. sometimes a drum can get a rusty ridge that catches on the brake shoe. Back off the shoes or just wrestle with it and it may come off.
  11. Once that's done you'll have much more fun with the accelerator!!!!!no brakes required..............
  12. Willy M

    Willy M

  13. With your good luck Travis I can't use the old saying "Houston, we have a problem" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Houston,_we_have_a_problem
  14. just to add don't buy made in China parts if you plan on keeping your machine
  15. usually these bearings and seals are standard sizes and that's why you see other part numbers that work. You can carefully measure a bearing and seal and any auto parts place should be able to match you up with what you need. Don't get fooled with "genuine parts" only the higher price is genuine.


×
×
  • Create New...