Quantcast
Jump to content

Recommended Posts

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Similar Forum Topics

    • Joyner commando new rear problem

      I recently bought a rear for my cammando from joyner and somethings not right the cv axles fit fine but the output shaft is different any one ele run into this problem or have an idea to make it work? Im gonna email joyner today and see if they can help but i figured someone on here might know something.

      By Bryan T Mumink Jr, in Joyner UTV SxS Forum

      • 16 replies
      • 307 views
    • Neighbors mechanical problem.

      Old guy that lives down the road is having a problem with his box side by side. It'll start and run for about five to ten minutes then bogs down and dies. It will not start up till it cools down and then it will start fine and do it again. Gauge shows not overheating and the oil and antifreeze is topped off. Any suggestions on what it can be? Just trying to help him out.

      By baydog2, in UTV General Discussion

      • 2 replies
      • 165 views
    • Hisun fuel tank vent problem!!!

      Hello once again, this time I want to bring to your attention a problem that I found out the hard way. On one of our previous trips to Dumont Dunes, my son had the great opportunity to roll his Hisun Strike 250 at very low speeds, no damage to him or the vehicle and it landed up right as well. but one thing we noticed was that fuel had poured all over the passenger!!!. Once we got back I looked at it and found the fuel tank vent was of such poor quality that it broke at the fuel tank. Not sure if it was from the roll over or just from being made from poor quality plastic. Well, I found a great long lasting repair and wanted to share it with you all. It is something that is found is pretty much most off road race vehicles. I installed a roll over valve in place of the fuel tank vent. I am including some pics to show you. In the event we roll it over once more, the vent valve will automatically shut off the flow of fuel. It has a ball valve in it and when upside down, it blocks the flow of fuel so that it can't pour out all over the persons in the vehicle and have a potential fire! It is gravity controlled. The valves are low cost at about $15 or so. Cheap insurance when it comes to safety for sure. I cleaned out the hole where the previous fuel tank vent was. I removed the fuel tank pump/filter assembly. I then drilled out the hole just smaller than the ball check valve. I was able to reach into the fuel tank to catch any plastic that the drill might push into the tank as well. I used a fuel resistant sealant on the threads as well. I used a 1/4" NPT thread fuel tank check valve with a 5/15 hose barb. This is a much better product than the OEM product. I would recommend every one install one of these for safety if they get a chance. Or at the very least inspect your fuel tank vents. No one wants fuel leaking on them in the event of a roll over.

      By strike250, in Hisun UTV SxS Forum

      • 5 replies
      • 1,544 views
    • Yard Sport 400 problem

      Hi been cruising the boards trying to figure out whats wrong. I have a yard sport 400. (Hisun) the motor runs strong and starts right up. I can go in reverse just fine ans back up. But as soon as i go in Drive and put any load on the transmission it kicks out of gear. I have taken off the linkage and checked the cvt belt it looks fine. Any possible idea why or could any of you point me in the right direction? Cheers!!

      By Acopsy88, in UTV General Discussion

      • 5 replies
      • 632 views
    • 1997 kawasaki mule 550 - Battery problem

      Hey,i had a dead battery in my 550, but when i took it off i forgot to look at where the wires came off. I remember the positive and negative wires, but there is one wire that i don't know where it goes. This wire looks like it is connected to a bolt or nut not far from where the battery is located. when i hook up the new battery, i cannot get any power. the only way to get power is when i connect this wire with the negative wire and then hook it to the battery, but when i do this, the break line ends up smoking. does any one know where this wire should go. Would it be some sort of grounding wire. Thanks.

      By hatcheb, in Kawasaki UTV SxS Forum

      • 2 replies
      • 66,022 views
×