Just wondering if mine is the only one that’s seems very loud while driving. It just seems louder that other brands I’m use to. I guess you get what you pay for I’m assuming.
I'll post pictures next week on my rebuild, which I have completed successfully...👍
It says someplace limited slip rear dif. On my hoist both tires turn at the same time, same direction. The problem I have is that on hard pack, they stay locked up and I'm digging up my driveway on sharp turns. I'm sure in the summer on turf, I'll have holes in my yard. It acts like a solid live axle on a small ATV.
There's a wire running to the rear diff that I thought was the lock up for the rear end. But it's locked all the time.
Question, how is it supposed to work? Is it supposed to slip under hard turns etc?
I'll have to do something to disengage it for the summer, options, thoughts?
Thanks in advance, Dan
Ive searched and cannot find any performance parts that fit my machine.
I have a 2020 coleman ut400.
Im looking for machined sheave kit, programmers, cdi, exhaust and intake.
I know these are yamaha rhino clones but are they rhino 450 clones?
Any info is appreciated.
Hi All- Long time reader, first time posting. I have a 2016 Mule 4010 (model: KAF 620V). I am having an issue since overloading the payload a couple days ago (yes I'm a dummy). I live on a very hilly property and I was trying to move some large oak rounds for firewood splitting. I put WAY too much wood in the bed and when I started driving, it sputtered, kicked out of gear, and then cut out. I unloaded all the weight and started it again - appeared to be running fine when idling and/or driving on flat ground at slow speed. But when try to go fast or uphill, the RPM's rev high and it sounds like the motor is fine, but it has ZERO speed or power at all (literally creeps uphill at like 2-3 mph and won' go faster or take any weight), and has no power at all.
Other info: 3 weeks ago I did a belt replacement. So I was worried I perhaps screwed that up somehow. But I just opened the clutch housing to check and the belt and clutch appear to be working just fine.... sooo.....
Any ideas what I screwed up by overloading payload and immediately trying to drive uphill? Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
I was taking my family on a little ride up the road going uphill in our massimo msu 500. Then all of a sudden it quit pulling and the rpms went up way high to over 6000. After we got it pushed on up the hill and turned around was able to coast back to the house. We do ride it alot on the main road, so I am assuming top speed and top rpms constantly is more than likely to blame for this issue, now I just need to know how to fix it. If anyone has any suggestions it is appreciated