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2. AFTER 4 TO 5 HOURS DRIVING YOU MUST CHANGE THE OIL TO 10 W 40.

3. MUST INSPECT EVERYTHING BEFORE EACH RIDE.

4. CHECK TIRE PRESSURE.

5. DO NOT EXCEED ITS WEIGHT LIMIT.

7. DO NOT EXCEED ITS SPEED LIMIT.

8. BRAKE IN YOUR ATV FOR 2 WEEKS (THROTTLE VERY SLOW)

9. USE HIGHER OCTANE GAS 93

10. CHANGE YOUR REVERSE GEAR WHILE COMING TO A COMPLETE STOP.

11. ADDITION TO THESE TIPS PLEASE READ YOUR OWNER MANUAL.

12.WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INJURY...

I HAVE READ AND EXPLAINED TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

Post Delivery Inspection

Post Delivery Inspection sheet for ATVs
Post Delivery Inspection sheet for ATVs

After vehicle assembly, do the following:

a. Ensure all nuts/bolts are securely fastened.

b. Replace engine oil with a high grade blend (15-40w) or (10-40w)

c. Replace sparkplug with an appropriate new NGK plug. Part #CR6-HSA

25 point ATV/motorcycle system check:

Fuel System

1) Check carburetor for proper operation

2) Check for proper operation of choke

3) Check for proper operation of fuel pet-cock

4) Check for proper operation of fuel drain line

5) Check for proper operation of gas tank vent

6) Check and adjust idle set screw

7) Adjust needle if necessary (high altitude)

Electrical

8) Install and check battery - fill with electrolyte if battery is not a sealed unit

9) Check fuses

10) Check all lights

11) Check ignition

12) Ensure proper operation of starter

13) Check that spark plug wire is properly installed

Engine

14) Check oil for proper level and quality

15) Check cooling system for anti-freeze (only on water cooled units)

Suspension

16) Check wheel bearings

17) Check and adjust suspension components

18) Check and adjust tire pressure (2-6psi and within 1lb of each other)

19) Check and adjust brakes

Other

20) Check all plastic for damage

21) Check and adjust throttle cable

22) Check foot-rests

23) Test all hand and foot controls for proper operation

24) Check and adjust (and lubricate) chain

25) Check transaxle fluid level (if necessary)

2. First Service Interval 10-15 Hours Use

a. Check all nuts/bolts for tightness and security.

b. Check all Engine/Vehicle fluid levels and ensure there are no leaks.

c. Check and adjust chain tension if necessary

d. Check tire pressure.

e. Check all cables/controls for proper operation.

3 Month Service Interval:

a. Check all nuts/bolts for tightness and security.

b. Change Engine Oil.

c. Check and replace spark plug if necessary.

d. Check and adjust chain tension if necessary.

e. Check tire pressure/condition.

f. Check all cables/controls for proper operation.

g. Lube all fittings/chain as necessary.

6 Month Service Interval:

a. Check all nuts/bolts for tightness and security.

b. Change Engine Oil and Filter.

c. Replace Spark Plug.

d. Check and adjust chain tension if necessary.

e. Check tire pressure/condition.

f. Check and adjust Valve Clearances if necessary.

g. Check all cables/controls for proper operation.

h. Lube all fittings/chain as necessary.

i. Check all Vehicle fluid levels (coolant, brake fluid, etc.)

12 Month Service Interval:

a. Check all nuts/bolts for tightness and security.

b. Change Engine Oil and Filter.

c. Check and replace Spark Plug if necessary.

d. Check and adjust chain tension if necessary.

e. Check tire pressure/condition.

f. Check all cables/controls for proper operation.

g. Lube all fittings/chain as necessary.

h. Flush and replace brake fluid.

I. On water-cooled vehicles