Mule Pro MX question: Is there a trick to removing the center floor panel or "tunnel" other than removing the 8 plastic rivets? I removed the rivets but the panel won't pop up easily, and I don't want to force it with a crow bar so as not to break some tabs or other hidden parts. Accessory mount instruction attached. Thanks for your help. rider
Mule Pro MX floor tunnel.pdf
Well after a good buddy of mine shared how happy he was with a Massimo 500 I decided to pull the trigger on one of my own. Probably the main use will be dirt roads and trails near Baldwin Mi where I have a camp. But my town does allow them to be plated and driven on the road. Hope my experience is as good as my buddy's is. Behind it there is a 400 King quad that you cant see and a 86 CJ7 project and my 69 Baja bug.
2018 Can-Am Maverick x3 Turbo R XRC (Rock Crawler Edition, 72") On Ebay
Just purchased a 2020 Pro DX with Yanmar diesel. Had a 2007 3010 Trans Diesel I traded in. My problem is that the new machine is so much noisier than my old one.
Has anyone had any luck in quieting down the noise? Sound proofing.?...changing the exhaust routing.?...the muffler? Any ideas or solutions would be appreciated.
By Chad Rice
HELP - my wife and i just bought a 2013 joyner trooper 1100 and we rode for 2 evenings with no problems. Went to ride last night and all of a sudden it acted like something was catching up and it didn't want to move easily. Whatever it was must've broke and now it moves with no problem but is making a rubbing/grinding noise somewhere in the backend. Could it be wheel bearing, differential, or something in cv shaft. Any info or similar experiences is appreciated.