Question about ATVs
Sounds like you have a a fuel problem not a brake problem. Unless he bat it so hard he took out the rings I would say clean the carb and float bowl and drain and replace fuel. it may be a simple fix with some gasline antifreeze and that would be my 1st thing to do, but if that doesnt work go to plan B and clean everything up and try again, then next check compression. but its hard to believe he did any real damage if he only ran it for a lil while. good luck!
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
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