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I currently have a 2011 Polaris 400 H.O. that has fewer than 300 hrs on it. My buddy bought it new and I bought it with around 100 hrs. I use it around the farm and to get between two properties that are about a mile apart. I am tired of dealing with the choke when its cold or even cool out. It starts fine and runs ok if your driving but until it gets completely warmed up if you pull up to a gate and get off to open it will die. And because of the choke my wife has a hard time with it. Before I got the 400 I had a 2013 polaris 500 midsize that was fuel injected but aways ran rich and foul plugs. I had it at two different dealers and neither one could fix it. So I sold it and bought the 400. My father in law has a 2015 Polaris 570 midsize which is fuel injected and it is hard to start and cranks more than it should. Needless to say I am done with Polaris and ready to sell mine and move on to something better.
I have been looking at the Honda Pioneer 700 and the Kawasaki Mule Pro MX. I was disappointed to learn the Kawasaki Mule Pro MX engine is built by Hysun and not Kawasaki, but that maybe a non issue. Maybe I'm missing another good option that I haven't considered. The main thing is getting something that is bullet proof reliable. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Wondering if anyone has ever converted a manual transmission to automatic in a Joyner Trooper T2? Looking to give to my daughter and she is unable to drive a manual medically. Thanks :- )
Going down a steep hill would there be any advantage putting it in manual mode and using the engine compression to help brake or would it be the same in auto mode? In other words would there be any advantage putting it in manual mode as I have never tried this?
I have a 2018 700 deluxe I bought new and love it. I use it for hunting and I have always used it in automatic function. I just got to thinking and need your input as I have never tried this. Going down a steep hill would there be any advantage to put it manual mode and use engine compression to help slow it down or would it be the same thing in automatic mode? Thinking it might save the brakes if it would help
I have my HT400 up on the lift and would very much like to lower my shocks from the mid adjustment to the softest setting. I can by universal spanners for multiple sizes, but would just like to get the single flat steel on to fit my shocks.
Not sure how or where to measure the shocks to know the right size. I've looked in most all of the Coleman/Hisun specific parts houses, but none offer anything like tools for the shocks.
Any help would be greatly appreciated...
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