Top 10 Tips for ATV Maintenance

Published On March 27, 2017 | By Weund Easton | Featured

Spring has sprung and everyone is ready to get outside and enjoy the fantastic weather. One way to do that is by pulling out your ATV’s to get ready for the trails. Keep these 10 tips in mind for your upkeep for ATV’s and maintenance that should be done on a regular basis, or before you’re heading out on the trails.

Grease Fittings

The ATV is typically covered in small grease fittings and bearings. It’s a good idea to go ahead and check all these and lube them back up so you have a great ride on the trail.

Tires

Are your tires in good shape or do they need a replacement? ATV tires for sale make it easy to find the perfect tread design for your driving. Decide where you ride most and make a selection for affordable tires to keep you on the trail.

Filters

Don’t forget to check and change the air filter on your ATV. These can cause a loss in power if they are dirty or not maintained.

Oil Change

Just as you do your car, you need to change the oil on your ATV. This helps you to get the most out of your engine and protects it from dirt and grime getting through.

Bearings

Also inspect your bearings for wear and tear and ensure they are ready to support the ATV through trail rides.

Replacement Parts

You may have to replace parts that were damaged over the course of the last year. Be sure to check out bikebandit.com to get budget friendly replacement parts for your ATV before heading out.

Fuel

Did you store your ATV through the winter? If it’s been sitting up then the fuel in the engine area should be drained. You don’t want it to clog up the engine as fuel goes bad when it is sitting not being used.

Chain

Check your chain if you have a sport quad and make sure that it’s at the right tension and does not need replacing or tightening up.

Belts

If your ATV is belt driven, also be sure that your belts have not dry rotted during the storing time.

Carburetor

If you forgot to drain the carburetor before storing your ATV for the winter, it is a must this spring. Be sure to drain it completely before heading out so that you’ll get the most out of your ride.

 

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