Basic Operation & Riding
Riding Your ATV
Your ATV is designed to travel through water up to approximately 8
inches (200 mm) deep. Before crossing a stream, make sure the
water is not too deep or flowing too fast.
Choose a path where both banks have gradual slopes.
Proceed through the water at a slow, steady speed.
Watch out for submerged obstacles and slippery rocks.
Avoid getting the spark plug or air cleaner wet, as this would
cause the engine to stop.
After leaving the water, always test both the front and rear
• Riding through water can make the brakes less effective than
normal, and may reduce stopping ability.
• If necessary, apply the brakes repeatedly until they dry out and
• If the brakes don’t regain effectiveness, stop your ATV and
follow the procedures on page 125.
Riding Through Water
The ATV tires have some ability to float.
Operating this ATV through deep or fast-
flowing water may cause a loss of traction
and loss of control, which could lead to a
Never operate this ATV in fast-flowing water
or in water deeper than that specified in this
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