My drains in both the front and rear are at the bottom of the covers. Not sure mine are oddball or not. But I wouldn't order these covers unless I knew for sure the drains were in the correct location. I emailed the company. I'll see if they have any reply.
My drains in both the front and rear are at the bottom of the covers. Not sure mine are oddball or not. But I wouldn't order these covers unless I knew for sure the drains were in the correct location.
The company that made this one I would never recommend. They cost me thousands of dollars to fix their mistakes. You can have any machine shop copy your factory cover and draw it on solid works and beef up the bearing carrier area. If I ever get around to it my friend can draw it up and give me the G code so I can share this with every one. Mine uses the factory o-ring.
Have you guys checked your differential drains yet? Are yours in the bottom of the cover or the case itself? My drains are in the covers. I email RDC about their covers and they said they thought the Prowler drains are in the cases. Was curious if they changed something from mine?
I have been emailing back and forth with RDC to get details ironed out with details of the cover and the drain. We both learned a little in the process. But anyway, they emailed me a picture to show both their ATV and Prowler covers in comparison to the stock covers. I have attached that picture here as well......
New to the forum. I have a 2011 700HDX Prowler I cant seem to be able to find the spark plug on it. It wont start and changing the plug is what is suggested.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
I have a 2009 flatbed model that won’t start without starting fluid when it hasn’t been used for a couple days. The fuel pump does its normal thing of coming on for a few seconds when the key is turned on. Replaced the fuel filter with a see through one and it seems like there is a fair amount...