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PostSubject: RZR stuff   February 14th 2013, 3:35 pm

So a while back my throttle cable froze and messed up my day. The advise was to replace it so I ordered a new cable.. A few days ago I was walking by the front of the machine and glanced down and saw grease stains on the inside of the front wheel. Inspection revealed that the cv boot had a cut in it. The same one I replaced a couple months ago. So I pull the axle again. That's when I saw that the brake pads were wore out and the rotors were grooved pretty good. So I order brake pads, rotors and a cv boot replacement kit. Just recently replaced the rotors and pads in the rear. Today I added a little antifreeze to the over flow bottle and warmed the motor up to check for leaks. Couldn't find any but the second time I tried to start it, it just clicked. Checked the battery and cleaned the ground surfaces. Still clicked. So I order a new starter. This is the third starter. Did I mention I'm tired of replacing bushings. This thing sure is fun but it is a pain in the ass. Maybe a Maverick or wildcat in the future. Try something different. At least this stuff happened close to home. I shall endeavor to persevere.
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PostSubject: Re: RZR stuff   February 14th 2013, 3:52 pm

That sucks

Its always something. Im sure other machines have problems too but the polaris list is getting long.

I'm thinking about taking my john deere lawn mower to the spring ride...lol

good luck there GroundHog
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PostSubject: Re: RZR stuff   February 14th 2013, 5:35 pm

Hang in there buddy. Seems my luck has rubbed off on you. When it rains it pours. Look on the bright side...when you get done nothing really could go wrong. "knock on wood" Hang in there bud
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PostSubject: Re: RZR stuff   February 14th 2013, 6:11 pm

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PostSubject: Re: RZR stuff   February 14th 2013, 8:29 pm

yes the day of the old rhino is looking better all the time or is it time to sell and ride harleys only
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PostSubject: Re: RZR stuff   February 14th 2013, 9:22 pm

Well if any one wants to buy it, make me a reasonable offer. 2010 +5 decked out. Winch, windshield, roof, doors, etc, etc etc...I guess I will be ready for the spring ride.
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PostSubject: Re: RZR stuff   February 14th 2013, 9:56 pm

Gary wrote:
yes the day of the old rhino is looking better all the time or is it time to sell and ride harleys only


lol! Where you been Gary
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PostSubject: Re: RZR stuff   February 14th 2013, 10:23 pm

I just went rhino because of those type issue. and i talked to HRR about an hour ago and my JBS performance package is installed. heading down tomorrow afternoon to get it. Yamaha quality and JBS power------seems like a great combo to me.
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PostSubject: Re: RZR stuff   February 14th 2013, 10:31 pm

Gary wrote:
yes the day of the old rhino is looking better all the time or is it time to sell and ride harleys only

yeah, i have a 2001 roadking with almost 50,000 miles on it, an 2007 Sporster 883R with 8000 miles, the 2011 Grizzly 550 and all i do with those 3 is oil and filter changes. (and of course all scheduled maintenence) so i'm counting on the rhino to be the same.

T bone, why dont you post one of those handy dandy polls and see how many members here are harley owners.
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PostSubject: Re: RZR stuff   February 14th 2013, 11:15 pm

groundhog wrote:
So a while back my throttle cable froze and messed up my day. The advise was to replace it so I ordered a new cable.. A few days ago I was walking by the front of the machine and glanced down and saw grease stains on the inside of the front wheel. Inspection revealed that the cv boot had a cut in it. The same one I replaced a couple months ago. So I pull the axle again. That's when I saw that the brake pads were wore out and the rotors were grooved pretty good. So I order brake pads, rotors and a cv boot replacement kit. Just recently replaced the rotors and pads in the rear. Today I added a little antifreeze to the over flow bottle and warmed the motor up to check for leaks. Couldn't find any but the second time I tried to start it, it just clicked. Checked the battery and cleaned the ground surfaces. Still clicked. So I order a new starter. This is the third starter. Did I mention I'm tired of replacing bushings. This thing sure is fun but it is a pain in the ass. Maybe a Maverick or wildcat in the future. Try something different. At least this stuff happened close to home. I shall endeavor to persevere.
Sorry to hear that groundhog....if you replace the bushings again don't forget to get super daves bushings...their
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