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  1. Ok thanks. Got a new one and installed. Has the same sound as the old one so I was wrong regarding the bad sound when starting. I learned but installed a new Yuasa battery and that solved my start problem.
  2. Just curious. Is this oem?
  3. No dry rubber yet on these tires. I live just feet from a lake so I'll dip it in there. Been doing alot of work around the house lately using nails and screws so I'm leaning toward that as being the problem. Never ends tho. Had a moving truck take out my cable power and phone lines last week. BLA....
  4. Hmmm, first I want to find out where the hole is. I'm going to pull the tire, fill it up and stick it in water. I think a plug will work. Right?
  5. Just bought a battery and solenoid from Rocky mountain. Now I have a slow leak in a rear tire. UGH.
  6. Exactly, I won't just throw parts at it. I've had this quad for 2 years now and not sure how old the battery is. Sense the first post a couple of days ago I've ridden it every day and it starts up. I still need to pull a winch lead to see if there is a draw but I don't think that is the case now. I'm going to clean the cable ends on everything and might just toss a new solenoid on it because it is the easiest. It's 90 degrees outside so I'm doing everything slowly.
  7. Thanks. I'm getting the big picture now. And that is why guys just replace the brushes.
  8. No but when I typed that I thought a starter was around $40. and I would just swap it out for a new one.
  9. What about Ebay? https://www.ebay.com/i/290695087864?chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-117182-37290-0&mkcid=2&itemid=290695087864&targetid=915850928613&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=9004606&poi=&campaignid=9338046851&mkgroupid=94993845019&rlsatarget=pla-915850928613&abcId=1139336&merchantid=6324134&gclid=Cj0KCQjwoaz3BRDnARIsAF1RfLfroPSEj747hfQLzyzsMYYGBrwgf2Y2D48lFDCpL2YaN2J9LB0s2ykaAo5WEALw_wcB
  10. Thanks. Is arrowhead considered an oem starter? https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/parts/arrowhead-starter-p?v=629
  11. Where is everybody buying oem parts?
  12. I was referring to the solenoid. You can tell it sounds like its working alot more by the noise it makes when cranking.
  13. Ok that makes sense I'm doing that first.
  14. Yes the online manual. Good to know both don't usually go bad at the same time.
  15. Thanks, yes I would buy oem. bcsman, you make a very good point. I use this almost everyday. I could pull the cables off over night. What am I looking for ? I see starter/solenoid kits are available. If the solenoid isn't 100% then the starter won't get the juice correct? Should I replace both together?
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