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  1. ATV Repair and Maintenance
    Hello, I just picked up a 6x6 in fairly rough shape. Im pretty handy but I'll be honest I don't know anything about ATV repair....yet. Looking to learn a few things before I get in over my head. If anyone has done a rebuild on one of these please let me learn from your project. She doesn't shift...
  2. Polaris Sportsman
    New to the forum, but not new to quads. Recently purchased a 2004 Sportsman 700 that has less than 700 miles on it. It's my first Polaris machine and first 4-wheel drive. It's in great shape as far as I can tell and does have a professionally installed 2 inch lift that was put on recently with a...
  3. ATV Repair and Maintenance
    I have an 05 polaris sportsman 500. I recently changed the belt (replaced an old belt that had dry rotted and broke into pieces with a new oem belt) and after riding for a few minutes I heard a clanking sound inside the case. I took it back apart and a couple metal pieces fell out. Behind the...
  4. ATV Repair and Maintenance
    I recently bought a used 2000 Polaris sportsman 500 4x4. The CVT belt started to shred and CVT was making a high pitch whirling noise, so I decided this was a good time to do maintenance on the clutches. I bought an EPI clutch kit and an EPI severe duty belt because I drive through a lot of...
  5. Polaris Sportsman
    Hello, and back with a new questions. Just replaced my CVT belt and wow does that make a difference! Great acceleration! Shifts SOOOO much easier. All good stuff. However, noticed what looked to be a collar or some fitting that was just floating around the drive clutch shaft, see the image...
  6. ATV Repair and Maintenance
    I'm having problems with my 450, I am new to ATVing and not much of a gear head, but pretty mechanical capable and willing to try and tackle anything. The problem I am having is lack of power transfer, I think. I've searched the threads and thought my problem was a worn belt, changed belt...
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