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Perform pre-ride maintenance

Depending on the condition of your four wheeler, there is going to be a different level of maintenance you need to handle, but even with a brand new machine, there are a few basic things you should do before your start riding.  To work on your ATV and check everything, you should get a few needed tools as well.

Check fluid levels

You should always check the oil, fuel, and coolant levels to make sure they are adequate, and you should also look for any leaks in the various systems.

Check your air filter

You want to make sure your air filter is both clean and oiled.  Even if your ATV is brand new, the air filter will be clean, but it might not be oiled. If you’re brand new to ATV riding, then oiling your air filter may be unfamiliar, but it is essential. If your air filter is dry, use some air filter oil on it before putting it back in the airbox. If the air filter is really dirty, swap it out for a new one.

Check your tire pressure

Checking your tire pressure should be one of your regular checks before every ride. Especially before your first ride on an ATV, there is a good chance you will need to add quite a bit of air before that first ride.But don’t add too much.  Over-inflated tires are more likely to pop or get damaged and under-inflated tires can ruin the rims. You’ll need a low-pressure tire gauge to get the job done.

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