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well we got snow yesterday so I thought we would give the Rhino a try with the tracks. The tracks worked great though it wasnt deep. So today I went out to move it and both the choke and throttle are frozen! any suggestions to prevent this from happening any more?

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Move to L.A. :147:
Haha winter is a blast and also no bugs! We have a polass sportsman 500 and it works fine in the winter use it for plowing.
 

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use some isopropyl just add some and let it sit for awile. if you need it quick screw the top of your carb off and dump a tiny amount in. should free up both.
 

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use some isopropyl just add some and let it sit for awile. if you need it quick screw the top of your carb off and dump a tiny amount in. should free up both.
Hi so are you saying its actually the linkage in the carbs that is frozen up?

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Isopropyl alcohol, gas line antifreeze, methyl hydrate..it all works good at unfreezing chit.
Ok so your saying to use the isopropyl on the throttle and choke cables. thanks

Phil
 
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