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Old 10-27-2004, 09:36 PM   #1
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Just need some tips on how to keep my warrior in the best shape possible. I have two problems that I need help on. My reverse doesn't switch very smoothly sometime I need to toggle the clutch in abd out for it to go. Also lately neutral has been harder and harder to get into, what can I do to fix that? Thnx
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Old 10-27-2004, 09:49 PM   #2
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The help both problems i would cahnge your oil and filter. I would put in amsoil perfomrance sysnthetic. Made my shifting so much easier and finding neutral was also about 20 times easier even the reverse was easier.
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Also, you can adjust your valves, and cahnge your spark plug just to be safe. Keep it all greased up and cleaned well. After going mudding get all the mud off the motor and pipe and check all your grease points.
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i pressure wash my fourwheel after everytime i ride so dirt is usually all gone. what can i do for the dirt in my brakes? it eats the crap outta my back brakes
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Adjust your clutch cable!!
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