Archive for the ‘ Feature Articles ’ Category

October 31st, 2014

Honda Powersports Photo of the Week: C Smith’s 250EX

This week’s photos of the week come from forum member, Chandler Smith; who’s sporting an extra clean example of the Honda TRX250EX. Known for their versatility, we can state with confidence that Chandler likely used his 250EX to explore some trails after this pic was taken so as to further distance himself from the piles [...]

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October 27th, 2014

Ask The Editors: Help Me Find Parts for Cycle Country Mowers

Dear ATVC: Anyone know where I can get replacement parts for Cycle Country Mowers? Since Kolpin bought them they don’t deal with the mowers. gfdeputy2 Sure do try either of these distributors: Blue Manufacturing (MN) 763 444-9225 or Simonsen Iron Works (IA) 712 262-4191. Also they carry most of the commonly replaced parts that can [...]

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October 24th, 2014

Honda Powersports Photo of the Week: rider86′s 400EX

This week’s photos of the week come from forum member, Rider86; who shows off one of the cleanest 2007 Honda 400EX’s we’ve seen in a long time! She looks stock from here with the addition of a few comfort items like Nerf bars. Seems hard to believe this red beauty is already 7-years old. Chime [...]

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October 23rd, 2014

Polaris Adds Three New Models For 2015

Polaris Industries Inc., the leading manufacturer of off-road vehicles, has announced three additional Off-Road Vehicle offerings, the RANGER CREW 900-6, Polaris ACE 570 SP and RZR 170 EFI. RANGER CREW 900-6 To accommodate multi-passenger customers who are looking to haul more people, Polaris is excited to announce the all-new RANGER CREW 900-6. The RANGER CREW [...]

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October 20th, 2014

Ask the Editors: How to Combat Mushy-Feeling Brakes

Dear ATVC: I have a 2006 Honda TRX400EX that I love in every regard except for one: I got new brakes put on late last season and they feel mushy to me. Not as crisp as the stock ones were new. Is it because I went with cheaper aftermarket stuff rather than OEM Honda? We’re [...]

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