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How to Choose a Tire for A UTV

A utility terrain vehicle is a performance-oriented machine that is prominent in off-roading use. However, the youth of the new generation love these vehicles for their caliber and strong appeal. Correlatively, the tires of a vehicle are pivotal to maintain substantial control, performance, and mobility. Whether it is a UTV bike or car, you need long-lasting tires. If you don’t have the necessary information on how to choose a UTV tire, we have prepared this guide to help you. If you’re looking to buy tires, then you can…

How to Buy a Used ATV or UTV on the Cheap

ATVs can be toys, but they can also be work vehicles for people who work on farms and ranches. UTVs carry two to six people plus equipment. They are often work vehicles, whether you're maintaining a golf course or traveling from repair job to repair job at an industrial site. These vehicles can be expensive new, and they're subject to heavy use and abuse. That's why the best option is to buy them used. Here are a few tips on how to buy a used ATV or UTV on the cheap. Know the Alternative Search Terms that Cause Others…

HOW-TO CHANGE FROM STANDARD ANTIFREEZE TO ENGINE ICE

-- We think it was Yoda who said, “With big horsepower comes big responsibility.” Most 1000cc high performance UTVs are, on average, pumping more than 100 horsepower at the crank. The four-stroke engines of today are very intricate, and every little bit of protection that can help that engine survive for years to come is crucial. One thing that damages engines is extreme temperatures. Luckily, there are companies out there like Engine Ice that make an improved coolant. Engine Ice is a high-performance coolant that is…

PERFORMANCE CVT CLUTCH INSTALL: HOW-TO

The Polaris RZR XP 1000 is an amazing machine; great handling and tons of power make for the ultimate UTV experience. In comparison to the already-impressive XP 900, the XP1K is an all-around bigger machine, with more than 20 percent more horsepower and enough torque to pull much larger 29- and 30-inch tires. The one downfall, or obvious weak link, is the clutch. While the XP 1000 is clearly more machine than the previous 900 model, its major clutching components and belt are exactly the same. While some think that the XP…