Please include UTV year, make, model, cc, and technical issue (if you have one)...in your title when posting. 01/06/2017 Having a well written topic title will ensure that your topic will be found in searches and that people know what they are readBy Travis
Please include UTV year, make, model, cc, and technical issue (if you have one)...in your title when posting.
Having a well written topic title will ensure that your topic will be found in searches and that people know what they are reading, to save time
Mule Mistake? I'm looking to buy a mule. found a 2006 KAF620 with 3200hrs. Is this asking for problems? what might be common problems?By nwwebster
Mule Mistake? I'm looking to buy a mule. I found a 2006 Mule KAF620 with 3200hrs. Is this asking for problems with that many hours? What are common problems?
It was owned by a large engineering/construction company and it has a speed governor that I would like to remove. What kind of problem could that give me?
Got done with my rewire and only made a few mistakes, got the 2wd and 4wd wires reversed. I ran the winch all the way out and back in and it seems my FET H bridge will handle the load, probably ought to try lifting it off the ground to make sure it can handle every thing rather than find out it can't in the field when needed the most.
Also need to replace the head light bulbs but I can't find one locally.
I thought I'd ask if any one has found a replacement, then start browsing the Internet.
So while building my cage I made one bend a couple of degrees over. It was literally 3 degrees off. So I wedged it in my tube bender, had my wife sit on it while I pulled like hell, and several attemps, and got it within one degree. So with my wife (130lbs) and me pulling my 185lb ass off all it left was a couple of small dents in the 1 3/4 .095 wall hrew I am using for half of the cage. The other half is .120 wall DOM.
So once I got done getting it to shape I thought to myself that I need to see what happens if I try it with the stock cage. I wanted to know if all this effort is worth it. Well, I finally got around to it today. This is what happened with just me pulling (no wife for extra leverage) and with half my effort:
If you ever had a endo in a trooper you would not walk away. Can it handle a flop or a slow sideways rollover... Probably, but an extreme impact and it will wrap around you like a street taco.