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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 05-12-2019, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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Davenport, right by Haines City. Ride in a lot of local mud holes, but a lot of them are being built up into housing developments. So I'm looking for new options, River Ranch, Hogwaller, never been to them, don't know anyone to get in with.

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Davenport, right by Haines City. Ride in a lot of local mud holes, but a lot of them are being built up into housing developments. So I'm looking for new options, River Ranch, Hogwaller, never been to them, don't know anyone to get in with.


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Replied, thanks man.

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Here’s my 2016 HL with mods in my signature. Currently need to pull the rear diff because every time I drain it it looks like 2%milk
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Hereís my 2016 HL with mods in my signature. Currently need to pull the rear diff because every time I drain it it looks like 2%milk
Yeah man, I had mine flip in the water, changed all oils. Everything looks perfect, except for my rear diff, itís always milky now. Sucks, going to flush it with Marvel Mystery Oil again, replace all the vent lines, see where the heck that gets me.....

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Hereís my 2016 HL with mods in my signature. Currently need to pull the rear diff because every time I drain it it looks like 2%milk
Yeah man, I had mine flip in the water, changed all oils. Everything looks perfect, except for my rear diff, itís always milky now. Sucks, going to flush it with Marvel Mystery Oil again, replace all the vent lines, see where the heck that gets me.....
Ive flushed mine time and time again and every time i ride it ends up looking milky. I had a bad axle seal in my front, I replaced it and haven't had an issue since. Not sure if i should just do the axle seals or pull it and break it down and do a thorough cleaning
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Snorkel Kit
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HD ATV Gear Pinion Plate Upgrade
High Lifter DHT Front & Rear Axles
Uni Air Filter
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Mictuning 14" LED Light bar
Race Driven Mud Rotors and brake pads

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Soooo, my ITP beadlocks need splined lug nuts, everything I see, says 12mm x 1.50, I have a set of, what the box says, is 12mm x 1.50 splined lug nuts. These fit over, the wheel stud, no wrong pitch or anything. I've been running wheel spacers, and these splined lugs fit them, so I'm really confused as to what lugs to get that fit my '16 HL 1000. Anybody have any idea what size came on this machine from the factory?

And I found it, m10x1.25, if anyone needs that little bit of information....

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Was out at Hogwaller last night for the first time. As expected, not a lot of water this time of year, and as such it was all sand, deep sand. For the first time the HL1000 over heated to the point of spitting out the vent tube, started cutting out a couple of times, so I shut it off and ran the fan only for a few minutes. I was surprised that the overflow bottle was not able to accept water to top off the system, think I'll be modifying the radiator cover to be able to take off the rad cap with out removing the entire top cover, can't now, and my snorkel extensions make it difficult to take it off. Both fans where working, I think the new giant tires and deep sand had the bike working hard to go forward, overheating it for the first time. Will be addressing that, clean the radiator, flush, refill, go from there. No apparent leaks.

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Was out at Hogwaller last night for the first time. As expected, not a lot of water this time of year, and as such it was all sand, deep sand. For the first time the HL1000 over heated to the point of spitting out the vent tube, started cutting out a couple of times, so I shut it off and ran the fan only for a few minutes. I was surprised that the overflow bottle was not able to accept water to top off the system, think I'll be modifying the radiator cover to be able to take off the rad cap with out removing the entire top cover, can't now, and my snorkel extensions make it difficult to take it off. Both fans where working, I think the new giant tires and deep sand had the bike working hard to go forward, overheating it for the first time. Will be addressing that, clean the radiator, flush, refill, go from there. No apparent leaks.


Ours overheated all the time. Finally put the rogue off-road cover which is crazy money but havenít had any over heating issues since.


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I've been to Hog Waller once before last year. Crazy busy when I went but yeah all sand and there was a lot of water when we went. Saw a lot of atvs and side by sides being towed out after being submerged. knock on wood my highlifter knock off hasn't overheated yet being here in the southeast. The fans do get a work out though.
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