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After 3 production years and many miles logged by the riders on here, I wanted to start a topic for spare parts or common replacement parts to carry or have in workshop. I have not had to replace anything myself. Any input or feedback from personal experiences would be helpful.

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Tim
 

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Carbides... Oil filter.. Hyfax..
 

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Rollers for the secondary probably isn't a bad thing to keep around
 
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anyone know the coil part number?
 

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I got mine on Amazon. The OEM Song relays, 303-1AH-C-R1-U01-12VDC, bought from seller DataAlchemy. Exactly the same brand just cheaper.

1 relay, $2.99 + $3.99 shipping

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HKIQWCK

5 relays, $14.10 + $3.99 shipping

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00LWLBWLW

These are also used on Can Am ATVs, UTVs, Polaris RZR, ect. There are a few electronics dealers that you can buy them from also that are pretty cheap until you add the shipping. Amazon ends up cheaper.
 

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Just lost the second coil on the wifes on this last trip but had a spare and tools to get it fixed in 20 minutes on the trail.
 

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Just lost the second coil on the wifes on this last trip but had a spare and tools to get it fixed in 20 minutes on the trail.
did you lose the same cylinder coil as last time or different one ?
 

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No this time it was the center coil and last time it was the mag side, going to get the 3rd one and have in the sled for next time, not sure but less than 1000 miles in between the failures.
 

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Just lost the second coil on the wifes on this last trip but had a spare and tools to get it fixed in 20 minutes on the trail.
Have a recommended tool list

thanks

TIm
 
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