My neighbor , a Redneck shade tree mechanic wouldn't even think about doing some of the things he comes up with , Saturday he came over to show me his new hitch on his 500 , so he can move his 18ft ski boat around in the yard which is a mudfest , I told him it was going to bend , Sunday he came over on the atv and the hitch part on the rear end was bent straight down and the hitch gone , I need to get a pic , he will never straighten it out
yep , it lasted one time , twisted the hitch on the rear end , lucky it is bolted so maybe he can just buy a new one , but what gets me is he wants me to come up with an idea to add some support bars some kind of way to make that hitch work , all because he can't back up a trailer , I need to pull a video off my cameras and post it , it is boring though , it takes him 20 minutes to get off the street and he owns 2 acres with one culvert that is like 8 ft wide and eroded on the ends , I told him to get another culvert and cut another gate in his fence to make a horse shoe drive way so he don't have to back it in the yard , now I mentioned he has two acres , but it is solid trees so he has to back onto his property with a trailer , is that crazy or what
I have an 06 Recon TRX250ES and when I start up a hill that is somewhat steep if I let off the gas to down shift or anything that requires letting off the gas it will die. It starts back but it just dies. but when I am setting on level or less of a slope then the engine will idle. I have...
I have a 2000 400 ex. Runs rough, just replaced piston, rings, stator, and cdi box, still doing the same thing. I noticed the timing is adjusted all the way out. Is this my issue? Do I need a new timing chain?