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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-19-2017, 07:35 PM Thread Starter
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Oil in water?

Is this bad or not to worry about it? Just a little bit of oil in water. After I framed and added water wetter!
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Oil in the water is never good, Brian Lee had an issue with the oil seal on the water pump shaft introduced oil into the water. Worst case wound be a blown head gasket. Have you been adding oil after riding?

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Not sure if this will work on a utv but worth a try


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It does not have bubbles like a blown head gasket
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Did you flush the complete system before adding the wetter water. If not you might drain and pull the water pump to see if oily there, I'm not a hotshot mechanic so I may be wetter than water......

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It does not have bubbles like a blown head gasket


Damn dude i thought i had problems with mine, i feel for ya


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I here ya!! I'm 6500 for the thing and 850 in shock rebuild 30 for suspension bushings" which I had to have turned down" cause the kit I have is ore production! Lol! And broke a leaf spring on the trailer it came with!! And I'm sure more to come!! Lol!!
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OhOh, I see kindred spirits here....

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Oil in water?

Ill never understand the guy that dumps thousands of dollars in aftermarket parts in these things then never maintains them. Ill b the first to admit i drive mine very hard but i also maintain it and fix it if i have a problem. The guy down the street is still more than happy with my old 450, wish i could get that one back


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He had a OCD thing for the looks and bling! But not for what I'm finding!! But when I'm done it will b reliable!! Just a few more Hundos!!!!
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