Hi all!! Does anyone know if they make UTV Security "Alarms" Power and Telephone peeps have been cutting trees, and i don't really trust them, some look suspect, and im gone alot of the day too
Sorry if my question is hard to understand.
KAWASAKI MULE 550, KAF300C5, 286 CC
So I've got my Mule and now wondering about security as it's on a small Horse yard that is not monitored at night.
I bought a heavy duty Chain and Lock but someone suggested to just put a tracker on it.
Has anyone every heard of doing this? I guess the biggest thing is keeping the battery charged on the Tracker and whether or not you need a SIM card in it, i.e. like a mobile phone?
James Ruesch, the owner of Ruesch Motor Company has milked DOZENS of dealers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, and has somehow remained out of jail. I repeat, the creator and master mind of Ruesch Motor Sports (UTV, Side by Side, Panther Alpha Male) Ruesch Media, and many more that he (James L. Ruesch) founded is a SCAM ARTIST.
We don't take or say this lightly and completely understand the implications of this kind of statement, IF IT WAS SAID FALSELY. Be assured it is not.
Also be sure to visit http://www.ripoffreport.com/motor-vehicle/ruesch-motor-company/ruesch-motor-company-ruesch-ut-46d2e.htm
That will just get you started. If your still not convinced reply here and well be happy to unload the warehouse of crap we and dozens of other dealers have had to endure.
James Ruesch has taken, scammed, stolen HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of dollars from the new dealers that he "Trained" in Las Vegas and has either not delivered any product to them OR has given them machines that are in VERY VERY poor condition/quality.
The machines are what many people originally thought when he first came to market… They are CHEAP CHINESE CRAP. (see the last post from link above, it's from the manufacturer them selves!)
He is not building these machines from the ground up, but is using an existing Chinese UTV company and then tweaking the machines a bit to call it his own .
BUYER/DEALER BEWARE! ASK A LOT OF QUESTIONS AND ASK FOR FINANCIALS! (You wont see um)
(RE: The James Ruesch Scam, James Ruesch Financial Status, James Ruesch China Chinese UTV, Ruesch Motor Company, Panther Alpha Male, Ruesch UTV)
After going through both differentials and patching some cracks in the gas tank, the t2 finally made it out for its first trip. This was the first time ever being in a joyner and I was impressed with some things and found quite a few areas to address.
First is the noise which I expected from what I had heard. Lots of rattles to track down and correct. I think this will be fairly easy and just take time. I wanted to see if any of you had comments on the steering box cover that Lenny sells. I assume this will take out quite a bit of noise in the front end, and will it also improve how responsive the steering is?
Brakes??? Holy cats. Very disappointed here. Are they just this bad or I am missing something on how to fix/adjust? The pedal does not move at all when you push it and it takes its time coming to a stop. Or are they designed this way to prevent them from locking up?
I also have a question on tires. I assume some tires are 'softer' and make for a nicer ride in rocky terrain. Ours has radials on it and make for a super smooth ride on graded roads but have no cushion in them when you go over little rocks. Any comments on favorite tires for rocky high desert terrain?
How much do you play with the adjustment in the shocks? I think these are cranked down too much as well.
We are also going to move the air filter up using the shop vac hose and wand set up; lots of dust and heat in the engine area.
Any suggestions on the correct model of muffler to add on to reduce noise? Should I just search for what is compatible with a small vehicle with a 4 cyl. or is there more to it than that? I think the harley set up sounds cool, but I would prefer a quiet ride for how we use it.
Thanks again for everyones advice on my earlier posts. This board is essential for new joyner owners.