Hey guys. I have a 2020 rebel west rlx1500. Does anyone make or offer different ratio front and rear diff gears? I’ve searched the web but not a lot of info about it. I’m wanting to lower the gear ratio and run taller tires. Thanks in advance.
Massimo Buck 250 less than a year old. 900 miles on it. Live on beach in TX...i.e. corrosive salt air and normally mild temps.
The story - one day, it randomly quit on idle and was tough to restart. Next day, it occasionally cut out for 1-2 seconds while driving, then catch back to normal throttle. Pumped gas pedal, not sure if that helped it catch. Added some marine sta-bil and filled tank. Ran well after that for a day. Following day, wouldn't start. Turns over, cranks, but won't start. When it quit on idle that was the first time driven since we did have a freeze of ~25 degrees.
Full charge on battery. No spark. Changed plug and still no spark. Fuses look good, but fuse connection box has some loose clasps and spade were corroded. I bent clasps best I could and used dielectric on spades re-inserted. Cleaned and checked every connection I could find. Don't have a card reader to hook up, but did swapped ECU just to check that, and no change...after swapping ECU the engine light now stays on. Previously blinked and then goes away.
Under warranty but service place is 2 hrs away.
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
I have a 2021 Coleman 400 from TSC. Got it slightly used with 20 hours on it.
Started from scratch with oil change
Iridium Spark plug
Is there a diagram anywhere that shows where all of the grease fittings are at to make sure that I don’t miss any?
On the rear brake it seems to be engaged slightly when moving. The parking brake is not set and released, do I need to start looking at the caliper to see if it can be adjusted to open it slightly or is that an E brake adjustment? Not sure and wanted to get opinions before I start jumping into things I don’t need to! It’s just engaged enough to make a slight squeak.
Any suggestions are most welcome.