I try to keep the water below my ass so no snorkels. Hasn't always worked out that way!Cool and thanks. The synthetic marine grease works amazing and stays there.
What did you do to your air box and belt vent to snorkel them?
Yes it goes on the inside.This may sound like a dumb question. But do you guys add the dielectric grease on the inside of the connections or the outside? Only reason i ask is cause i researched die,citric grease applications and they say its a non conductor which screws the electrical connections. Or am i mis understanding something?
I regularly go this deep. If your going this deep, your doing it right! Check the back of the pod for a small hole. Not sure what years and models it is on, but the rear of the pod has a small hole in it. If you plan on going that deep, put some silicon over it. I replaced the pod twice before I figured it out.
Wait!? What!? Atv's are atv's and submarines are submarines? Mind=Blown. They are also not cars, trucks, snowmobiles, or airplanes. Why do people continue to see the need to post this? We've got it! We (mud/water riders) understand what an All Terrain Vehicle is, and we know how to prepare them to ride in ALL types of terrain. Different people have different needs/wants. Some people like to register them and commute to work with them. Some people haul wood or push snow with them. Some people put tracks on them and use them instead of a snowmobile. Some people like to jump with them. Some people need to put snorkels on them to cross a creek or swamp to get to their deer stand. We all have different needs, and we all understand that there are many things that an ATV is not.They're atvs not submarines. Silicone, dielectric and synthetic marine grease every thing.