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Hello.....brand new to this site.

i just bought a new Hisun Sector 250 for my Grandson. I purchased the unit from Rural King in Greenville, Ohio . 

First question: I ordered a Sector 250,.... But received a Vector 250. They look identical, just not sure why is has a "Vector 250" label on it.

Question# 2:. How do you check the oil level in the unit? The owners manual say to "remove the dipstick and check..." There is no dipstick!! There is a black plastic cap, but no dipstick. I've never heard of any machine not having a way to check the oil. 

Question# 3: Where is the oil filter? The picture in my owners manual does not seem to match my motor?

 

We really like the unit. We purchased thus one because of the size...doesn't take up much space in the barn. It has plenty  of power for what we want to use it for.

Does this unit have oil in the transmission? The manual says to check the automatic transmission, but it does not tell how or where?

thanks

looking forward to some helpful ideas, suggestions etc..

John

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I wonder what the deal is on the "Vector" name?? I got that info right off of the Hisun website, but maybe they changed the name of Sector to Vector; just the opposite of what I thought I read?  Anyway, I apologize for the mis-information John.  Which post has the info about the Walker Quiet-Flow??  Is it more quiet in the cab and where did you get it?

Charlie

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Hi Charlie.....the info about the Walker muffler is in the "Hisun discussion" area. ...and yes it us much quieter

i have attached two videos showing / hearing the dufference. I'm ver happy with the change .

regarding the Vector name....I hope I didn't get an NOS unit... The certificate states it is a 12-12-2017...but I don't know if that is when they pulled it from their inventory...??

 

John

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