Question about kawasaki Motorcycles
When i try to put my 2005 kawasaki 700 brute force atv in 4x4 it won't go into it what could be the problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kawasaki brute force 750 2005,
Your jetting on the carbs are wrong.
if you want more info on the jetting and how to do it along with some GREAT info, check out highlifter.com/forum
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
SOURCE: kawasaki brute force 750
try to drain carb
water probably got in through air box and carb vent hose
drain and flush carb
replace spark plug
spray contact cleaner in carb throat through air box
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
if its belt driven, they work off a type of clutch that just puts pressure on the sides of the belt. not usaully adustable, but there are mods, and after market clutches for faster respose and more aggressive take off, if this is what your after.
Posted on May 11, 2009
I just replaced the wheels on the red Fisher Price Kawasaki Brute Force. First use a screw driver to pop off the grey middle nut cover. Then pull of the locking nut with black cap that is under the grey cover you just removed.
Once that is removed the wheel comes right off. There are 4 phillips screws holding the hubs together. Unscrew those and the hubs separate into to pieces (one on each side of the wheel).
Simply place the hubs into the replacement wheels and screw back together. Slide the new wheel on (make sure the washer is still on the rear side of axel).
My replacement wheels actually came with the black replacement locking nuts taped to them. Hammer the replacement locking back on the alex, pop the grey hub cover back on and you are done.
If you are missing the locking nuts, take one of the originals you removed with you to the hardware store and you should have no problem getting them. - MTRAGE
Posted on May 24, 2009
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