Joyner Sand Spider 650 Owners Manual (Part 3)

Owner’s manual
Parts manual
JNSZ650DLB
READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY.
IT CONTAINS IMPORTANT SAFETY
MINIMUM
RECOMMENDED
OPERATOR AGE.
FOR OFF-ROAD USE ONLY
This vehicle is designed and manufactured for off-road use only.
USA only;
It does not confirm to federal motor vehicle safety standards, and
operation on public streets, roads, or highways is illegal.
CONTENTS
WARRANTY POLICY ................................................................................................................................................. 5
OWNER’S MANUAL ................................................................................................................................................ 16
FOREWORD ............................................................................................................................................................. 16
FOREWORD ABOUT SAFETY .................................................................................................................................... 17
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION .......................................................................................................................... 18
Follow the Age Recommendation ....................................................................................................................... 18
Always Wear a Helmet ......................................................................................................................................... 18
Drive Off-Road Only.............................................................................................................................................. 18
Take Time to Learn & Practice ............................................................................................................................ 18
Be Alert for Off-Road Hazards............................................................................................................................. 18
Drive within Your Limits ........................................................................................................................................ 18
Don’t Drink and drive ............................................................................................................................................ 18
Never run your Go- Vehical indoors. .................................................................................................................. 18
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION .......................................................................................................................... 19
Keep away from moving parts of the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles .................................................... 19
Skidding or Sliding ................................................................................................................................................ 19
SAFETY LABLES ....................................................................................................................................................... 19
ARE YOU READY TO DRIVE? .................................................................................................................................... 20
PROTECTIVE APPAREL ............................................................................................................................................ 21
ADDITIONAL DRIVING GEAR .................................................................................................................................... 21
DRIVE TRAINING ...................................................................................................................................................... 21
Age Recommendation .......................................................................................................................................... 22
NO ALCOHOL OR DRUGS ........................................................................................................................................ 22
IS YOUR VEHICLE READY TO DRIVE? ....................................................................................................................... 23
Pre-drive Inspection .............................................................................................................................................. 23
Engine Oil ............................................................................................................................................................... 23
Coolant.................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Fuel.......................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Tires......................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Nuts & Bolts............................................................................................................................................................ 23
PRE-DRIVE INSPECTION .......................................................................................................................................... 23
Underbody & Exhaust System ............................................................................................................................ 23
Air Cleaner ............................................................................................................................................................. 23
Leaks, Loose Parts ............................................................................................................................................... 24
Lights ....................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Throttle .................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Brakes ..................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Engine Stop ............................................................................................................................................................ 24
Steering Wheel ...................................................................................................................................................... 24
Cable ....................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Tie rod ..................................................................................................................................................................... 24
SAFE DRIVING PRECAUTIONS .................................................................................................................................. 24
Off-road use only ................................................................................................................................................... 24
Keep Hands and Feet on Controls ..................................................................................................................... 25
Control Speed ........................................................................................................................................................ 25
Use Care on Unfamiliar or Rough Terrain ......................................................................................................... 26
Do Not Perform Stunts.......................................................................................................................................... 26
SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................................................................... 27
OPERATION.............................................................................................................................................................. 28
Operation controls ................................................................................................................................................. 28
Engine stop key ..................................................................................................................................................... 30
Pre-Drive Inspection ............................................................................................................................................. 30
Passengers ............................................................................................................................................................ 32
Seat ......................................................................................................................................................................... 32
Parking .................................................................................................................................................................... 33
Gear Shift ............................................................................................................................................................... 33
Break-in .................................................................................................................................................................. 34
Starting and Operating Instructions .................................................................................................................... 34
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS.......................................................................................................................................... 35
Air filter .................................................................................................................................................................... 35
Engine oil replacement ......................................................................................................................................... 35
Check engine oil and recharge ........................................................................................................................... 36
Transmission lubrication....................................................................................................................................... 36
Check transmission oil.......................................................................................................................................... 36
Engine Coolant ...................................................................................................................................................... 36
Spark Plug .............................................................................................................................................................. 38
Carburetor Adjustment.......................................................................................................................................... 38
Cleaning Instructions ............................................................................................................................................ 39
Vehicles Lubrication .............................................................................................................................................. 39
Storage Instruction ................................................................................................................................................ 40
REPAIR .................................................................................................................................................................... 41
Front Wheel Replacement ................................................................................................................................... 41
Rear Wheel Replacement .................................................................................................................................... 41
Clutch replacement ............................................................................................................................................... 42
Timing setup and balancing shaft setup ............................................................................................................ 46
Water pump disassembly ..................................................................................................................................... 48
Distributor replacement ........................................................................................................................................ 50
WIRING DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................................................... 57
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................................... 58
PARTS MANUAL ...................................................................................................................................................... 59
CYLINDER BLOCK PART ................................................................................................................................... 59
SPROCKET COVER AND OIL PAN PART ....................................................................................................... 61
CYLINDER HEAD PART ..................................................................................................................................... 63
PISTON ,CONNETING ROD AND CRANKSHAFT PART .......................................................................... 65
BALANCING SHAFT PART ................................................................................................................................ 67
CAMSHAFT AND CHAIN TRAIN PART ............................................................................................................ 68
INTAKE MANIFOLD PART ................................................................................................................................. 70
OIL FILTER AND OIL PUMP PART ................................................................................................................... 71
WATER PUMP AND FAN PART ........................................................................................................................ 72
DISTRIBUTOR AND ITS LINE UNIT.................................................................................................................. 73
CARBURETOR PART ......................................................................................................................................... 74
AIR FILTER AND PIPE LINE PART ................................................................................................................... 75
STARTER , ALTERNATOR AND THEIR FASTENING PIECE .................................................................. 76
TRANSMISSION TANK ....................................................................................................................................... 77
CLUTCH, SHIFTER SHAFT AND ROCKER ARM ....................................................................................... 79
DIFFERENTIAL .................................................................................................................................................... 80
ONE SHAFT OUTPUT (OPTION) ......................................................................................................................... 81
FIRST SHAFT AND COUNTERSHAFT ............................................................................................................. 82
GEAR SHIFTED GEAR FORK............................................................................................................................ 84
AIR FILTER FOR USA ................................................................................................................................................. 86
FRAME ..................................................................................................................................................................... 87
ENGINE MOUNT ....................................................................................................................................................... 89
GEAR SHIFT ............................................................................................................................................................. 90
STEERING ASSY ....................................................................................................................................................... 92
PEDAL CONTROL AND PARK BRAKE ......................................................................................................................... 94
PARKING BRAKE ASSY .............................................................................................................................................. 95
THROTTLE AND PARK ASSY...................................................................................................................................... 96
FRONT HOUSING...................................................................................................................................................... 98
MUFFLER ............................................................................................................................................................... 100
FUEL TANK AND GASOLINE PUMP........................................................................................................................... 102
REAR CARGO RACK AND ROLL BAR ........................................................................................................................ 104
REAR HOUSING...................................................................................................................................................... 106
RADIATOR AND AIR CLEANER ................................................................................................................................. 108
ELECTRIC APPLIANCE ............................................................................................................................................ 110
SEAT AND SAFETY BELT ......................................................................................................................................... 112
OTHER PARTS ........................................................................................................................................................ 113
FRONT RACK OPTION............................................................................................................................................. 114
REAR RACK OPTION............................................................................................................................................... 115
PADDOCK ROOF RACK OPTION .............................................................................................................................. 116
RIFLE ROOF RACK OPTION .................................................................................................................................... 117
NERF ROOF RACK OPTION ..................................................................................................................................... 118
3000B WINCH OPTION .......................................................................................................................................... 119
SPOTLIGHT OPTION ............................................................................................................................................... 120
TOW BALL OPTION ................................................................................................................................................. 121
SAFTY BELT TUBE OPTION ...................................................................................................................................... 122
SHOCK ABSORBER COAT OPTION .......................................................................................................................... 123
TOOLS AND BAG KIT OPTION .................................................................................................................................. 124
ENVELOPMENT AND FOAM COVER OPTION............................................................................................................ 125
PREPARATION ATTACH INSTRUCTION .......................................................................................................... 126
REMOVE PACKING ................................................................................................................................................. 126
INSTALL THE FRONT SUSPENSION ARM.................................................................................................................. 127
FRONT SHOCK ABSORBER, STUB AXLE .................................................................................................................. 128
ATTACH TIE ROD AND FRONT WHEES..................................................................................................................... 129
ATTACH THE REAR SUSPENSION ARM .................................................................................................................... 131
ATTACH PROPELLER SHAFT AND SHAFT CARRIER ................................................................................................. 132
ATTACH REAR SHOCK ABSORBER AND REAR WHEEL ........................................................................... 134
ATTACH REAR SHOCK ABSORBER AND REAR WHEEL ............................................................................................ 135
ATTACH REAR BUMPER BAR .................................................................................................................................. 136
ATTACH ROLL BAR ................................................................................................................................................. 137
ATTACH RADIATOR AND COVER ............................................................................................................................. 138
ATTACH MUFFLER .................................................................................................................................................. 139
ATTACH SEATS AND SAFETY BELT .......................................................................................................................... 140
CHECK VEHICAL ..................................................................................................................................................... 141
DEALER PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION............................................................................................................ 142
Warranty policy
Owner’s manual
Foreword
Thank you for choosing JOYNER off Highway Recreational Vehicle. We hope you will
have fun with it. Before you start to operate the Vehicle, please read through this Owner’s
Manual carefully as it contains important safety and maintenance information. Failure to
follow the warnings contained in this manual can result in serious injuries.
Be sure to follow the recommended maintenance schedule and service your Off Highway
Recreational Vehicle accordingly. Preventative maintenance is extremely important to the
longevity of your Off Highway Recreational Vehicles.
JOYNER believes in conservation and protection of earth’s natural resources. To that end,
we encourage every vehicle owner to recycle, trade in, or properly dispose of, as
appropriate, used motor oil, coolant, and other fluids, batteries, and tires.
We hope you will have a pleasant experience with our products.
Foreword about safety
In order to keep everyone safe, you must take responsibility for the safe operation of your
Off Highway Recreational Vehicles.
To help you make informed decisions about safety, we have provided operating
procedures and other information on labels and in this manual. This information alerts
you to potential hazards that could hurt you or others.
It is not practical or possible to warn you about all hazards associated with operating or
maintaining a Off Highway Recreational Vehicle. You must use your own good judgment.
You will find important safety information in a variety of forms, including:
Safety labels - On the Vehicles.
Safety Messages – Preceded by a safety alert symbol
words: WARNING, or CAUTION.
and one of two signal
These signal words mean:
Physical harm may result from failure to adhere to the instructions that are described
within the WARNING labels.
Safety Headings --- such as Important Safety Reminders or Important Safety
Precautions.
Safety Section --- such as Off Highway Recreational Vehicles Safety.
Instructions --- how to use this Off Highway Recreational Vehicles correctly and
safely.
This entire manual is filled with important safety information----please read it carefully.
Important safety information
Your Vehicle will provide you with many years of service and pleasure. Providing you
take responsibility for your own safety and understand the challenges you can meet while
driving.
There is a lot you can do to protect yourself when you drive. You’ll find many helpful
recommendations throughout this manual. The following are a few that we consider most
important.
Follow the Age Recommendation
It is strongly recommended that no one under the age of 16 be permitted to drive this
Off Highway Recreational Vehicles without adult supervision.
Always Wear a Helmet
It’s a proven fact: helmets significantly reduce the number and severity of head
injuries. Always wear an approved motorcycle helmet. We also recommend that you wear
eye protection, sturdy boots, gloves, and other protective gear.
Drive Off-Road Only
Your Off Highway Recreational Vehicles is designed and manufactured for off-road use
only. The tires are not made for pavement, and the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles
does not have turn signals and other features required for use on public roads.
Take Time to Learn & Practice
Even if you have driven other Off Highway Recreational Vehicles, take time to
become familiar with how this Off Highway Recreational Vehicles works and handles.
Practice in a safe area until you build your skills and get accustomed to this Off Highway
Recreational Vehicles’s size and weight.
Because many accidents involve inexperienced or untrained drives, we urge all
drivers to take a training course approved by the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles
Safety Institute. Check with your dealer for more information on training courses.
Be Alert for Off-Road Hazards
The terrain can present a variety of challenges when you drive off-road. Continually
“read” the terrain for unexpected turns, drop-offs, rocks, ruts, and other hazards. Always
keep your speed low enough to allow time to see and react to hazards.
Drive within Your Limits
Pushing limits is another major cause of Off Highway Recreational Vehicles
accidents. Never drive beyond your personal abilities or faster than conditions warrant.
Remember that alcohol, drugs, fatigue, and inattention can significantly reduce your
ability to make good judgments and driver safely.
Don’t Drink and drive
Alcohol and driving don’t mix. Even one drink can reduce your ability to respond to
changing conditions, and your reaction time gets worse with every additional drink. So
don’t drink and drive, and don’t let your friends drink and drive either.
Never run your Go- Vehical indoors.
Y the exhaust from the engine contains a tasteless, odorless and poisonous gas
called carbon monoxide.
Important safety information
Keep away from moving parts of the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles
The operator of the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles should never place their hands
or other parts of their body near any moving part of the Off Highway Recreational
Vehicles. Failure to adhere to this warning will cause physical harm to your body.
Skidding or Sliding
The terrain surface can be a major factor affecting turns, Skidding a turn is more likely
to occur on slippery surfaces such as snow, ice, mud and loose gravel. If you skid on ice,
you may lose all directional control. To avoid skidding on slippery terrain, keep you speed
low and drive carefully.
Safety lables
A this section presents some of the most important information and recommendations
to help you drive your Off Highway Recreational Vehicles safely, please take a few
moments to read these pages.
The labels are considered permanent parts of the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles.
If a label comes off or becomes hard to read, contact your dealer for warning labels
replacements.
Are you ready to drive?
Before each drive, you need to make sure you and your Off Highway Recreational
Vehicles are both ready to drive. To help get you prepared, this section discusses how to
evaluate your driving readiness, what items you should check on your Off Highway
Recreational Vehicles, and adjustments to make for your comfort, convenience, or safety.
Before you drive your Off Highway Recreational Vehicles for the first time, we urge you to
do following:
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Read this owner’s manual and the labels on your Off Highway Recreational Vehicles
carefully.
Make sure you understand all the safety messages.
Know how to operate all the controls.
Never drive this Off Highway Recreational Vehicles if under 16 years old.
Before each drive, be sure:
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You feel well and are in good physical and mental condition.
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You are wearing an approved motorcycle helmet (with chin strap tightened securely),
eye protection, and other protective clothing.
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You don’t have any alcohol or drugs in your system.
Protective Apparel
For your safety, we strongly recommend that you always wear an approved
motorcycle helmet, eye protection, boots, gloves, long pants, and long-sleeved shirt
or jacket whenever you drive.
Although complete protection is not possible, wearing proper gear can reduce the
chance of injury when you drive.
The following suggestions will help you choose the proper driving gear.
Helmets and Eyes Protection
Your helmet is your most important piece of driving gear because it offers the best
protection against head injuries. A helmet should fit your head comfortably and securely.
An open-face helmet offers some protection, but a full-face helmet offers more.
Regardless of the style, look for a DOT (Department of Transportation) sticker in any
helmet you buy. Always wear a face shield or goggles to protect your eyes and help your
vision, date 070202.
Operating this Off Highway Recreational Vehicles without wearing an
approved motorcycle helmet, eye protection, and protective clothing
could increase your chances of head and/or eye injury, possibly death in
the event of severe accident.
Always wear approved motorcycle helmet that fits properly and wear
eye protection (goggles or face shield), gloves, boots, long-sleeved shirt
or jacket and long pants.
Additional Driving Gear
In addition to a helmet and eye protection, we also recommend:
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Sturdy off-road motorcycle boots to help protect your feet, ankles, and lower legs.
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Off-road motorcycle gloves to help protect your hands.
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Driving pants with knee and hip pads, a driving jersey with padded elbows, and a
chest/shoulder protector.
Drive Training
Developing your driving skills is an on-going process. Even if you have driven other Off
Highway Recreational Vehicless, take time to become familiar with how this Off Highway
Recreational Vehicles works and handles. Practice driving the Off Highway Recreational
Vehicles in a safe area to build your skills. Do not drive in rough terrain until you get
accustomed to the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles’s controls, and feel comfortable
with its size and weight.
Operating Off Highway Recreational Vehicles without proper instruction could
increase your risk of an accident which could lead to serious injury or death.
Attempt supporting with your hands to the ground when the Vehical turning over
could lead to serious injury or death.
Never support with your hands to ground when the Vehicles will turn over.
Age Recommendation
It is strongly recommended that no one under the age of 16 be permitted this Off
Highway Recreational Vehicles without adult supervision.
A child driving a Off Highway Recreational Vehicles that is not recommended
for his/her age could lose Off Highway Recreational Vehicles control and result
in severe injury or death.
A child under 16 should have adult supervision when operate on the Off
Highway Recreational Vehicles.
No Alcohol or Drugs
Alcohol, drugs and Off Highway Recreational Vehicles don’t mix. Even a small
amount of alcohol can impair your ability to operate a Off Highway Recreational Vehicles
safely. Likewise, drugs, even if prescribed by a physician, can be dangerous while
operating a Off Highway Recreational Vehicles. Consult your doctor to be sure it is safe to
operate a vehicle after taking medication.
Operating this Off Highway Recreational Vehicles after consuming alcohol or
drugs can seriously affect your judgment, cause you to react more slowly, affect
your balance and perception, and could result in serious injury or death.
Never consume alcohol or drugs before or while operating this Off Highway
Recreational Vehicles.
Is your vehicle ready to drive?
Before each drive, it is important to inspect your Off Highway Recreational Vehicles
and make sure any problems you find are corrected. A pre-drive inspection is a must, not
only for safety, but because having a breakdown, or even a flat tire, can be a major
inconvenience.
If your Off Highway Recreational Vehicles has overturned or has been involved in a
collision, do not drive it until your Off Highway Recreational Vehicles has been inspected
by your dealer, There may be damages or other problems you cannot see.
Improperly maintaining this Off Highway Recreational Vehicles or failing to
correct a problem before driving can cause a crash in which you can be seriously
hurt or die.
Always perform a pre-drive inspection before every drive and correct any
problems.
Pre-drive Inspection
Check the following items before you get on the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles:
Engine Oil
Check the level and add oil if needed. Check for leaks.
Coolant
Check the coolant and add coolant if need. Check for the leaks.
Fuel
Check the level and add fuel if needed. Also make sure the fuel fill cap is securely
fastened. Check for leaks.
Tires
Use a gauge to check the air pressure. Adjust if needed. Also look for signs of
damages or excessive wear.
Nuts & Bolts
Check the wheels to see that the axle nuts are tightened, Use a wrench to make
sure all accessible nuts, bolts, and fasteners are tight.
Pre-drive Inspection
Underbody & Exhaust System
Check for, and remove any dirt, vegetation or other debris that could be fire hazard
or interfere with the proper operation of the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles.
Air Cleaner
Check the air filter. Replace it if needed.
Leaks, Loose Parts
Walk around you Off Highway Recreational Vehicles and look for anything that
appears unusual, such as a leak or loose cable.
Lights
Make sure the headlight, brake light and tail light are working properly.
Throttle
Check the free play and adjust if needed. Press the throttle to make sure it moves
smoothly without sticking, and snaps back automatically when it is released.
Clutch cable
Check the free play of clutch cable and adjust if needed. Press the clutch cable to
make sure it moves smoothly without sticking, and snaps back automatically when it
is released.
Brakes
Press the brake pedal several times, check for proper brake pedal free play. Make
sure there is no brake fluid leakage.
Engine Stop
When engine is running, turn the switch key counterclockwise. Make sure engine
stops.
Steering Wheel
Check that the wheels turn properly as you turn the steering wheel.
Cable
Check the cable housing for wear. Check the fittings are tight. Replace or tighten as
needed.
Tie rod
Check the tie rod housing for wear. Check the fittings are tight. Replace or tighten as
needed.
Safe driving precautions
Off-road use only
You’r Off Highway Recreational Vehicles and its tires are designed and manufactured
for off-road use only, not for pavement. Driving on pavement can affect handling and
control. You should not drive your Off Highway Recreational Vehicles on pavement.
Operating this Off Highway Recreational Vehicles on paved surfaces may
seriously affect handling and control of the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles,
and may cause the vehicle to go out of control.
Never operate the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles on any paved surfaces,
including sidewalks, driveways, parking lots and streets.
When driving off-road, also remember to always obey local off-road driving laws and
regulations. Obtain permission to drive on private property. Avoid posted areas and obey
“no trespassing” signs.
You should never drive your Off Highway Recreational Vehicles on public streets,
roads or highways, even if they are not paved. Drivers of street vehicles may have
difficulty seeing and avoiding you, which could lead to a collision. In many states it is
illegal to operate Off Highway Recreational Vehicless on public streets, roads and
highways.
Operating this Off Highway Recreational Vehicles on public streets,
roads or highways can cause collision with other vehicle.
Never operate this Off Highway Recreational Vehicles on any public
streets, roads or highways, even a dirt or gravel one.
Keep Hands and Feet on Controls
Always keep both hands on the steering wheel and both feet on the foot controls.
When driving your Off Highway Recreational Vehicles. It is important to maintain your
balance and control of the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles. Removing hands or feet
away from the controls can reduce your ability to react and control the vehical.
Removing hand from Steering wheel or feet from foot controls during
operation can reduce your ability to control the Off Highway Recreational
Vehicles or could cause you to lose your balance and fall off the Off Highway
Recreational Vehicles.
Always keep both hand on the steering wheel and both feet on the foot
controls of your Off Highway Recreational Vehicles during operation.
Control Speed
Driving at excessive speed increases the chance of an accident. In choosing a
proper speed, you need to consider the capability of your Off Highway Recreational
Vehicles, the terrain, visibility and other operating conditions, plus your own skills and
experience.
Operating this Off Highway Recreational Vehicles at excessive speeds
increases your changes of losing control of the Off Highway Recreational
Vehicles, which can result in an accident.
Always drive at a speed that is proper for your Off Highway
Recreational Vehicles, the terrain, visibility and other operating
conditions, and your experience.
Use Care on Unfamiliar or Rough Terrain
Before driving in a new area, always check the terrain thoroughly. Don’t drive fast on
unfamiliar terrain or when visibility is limited. (it’s sometimes difficult to see obstructions
like hidden rocks, bumps, or holes in time to react).
Failure to use extra care when Operating this Off Highway Recreational
Vehicles on unfamiliar terrain could result in the Off Highway Recreational
Vehicles overturning or going out of control.
Go slowly and be extra careful when operating on unfamiliar terrain.
Always be alert to changing terrain conditions when operating the Off
Highway Recreational Vehicles.
Never drive past the limit of visibility. Maintain a safe distance between your Off
Highway Recreational Vehicles and other off-road vehicles. Always exercise caution and
use extra care on rough, slippery and loose terrain.
Failure to use extra care when operating on excessively rough,
slippery or loose terrain could cause loss of traction or vehicle control,
which could result in an accident, including an overturn.
Do not operate on excessively rough, slippery or loose terrain until
you have learned and practiced the skills necessary to control the Off
Highway Recreational Vehicles on such terrain. Always be especially
cautious on these kinds of terrain.
Do Not Perform Stunts
You should always operate your Off Highway Recreational Vehicles in a safe and
reasonable manner. When driving, always keep all four wheels on the ground.
Attempting wheelies and other stunts increases the chance of an
accident, including an overturn.
Never attempt stunts, such as wheelies or jumps. Don’t try to show
off.
Specifications
DIMENSIONS
Overall Length---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------113 in. (2880mm)
Overall Width ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 62 in. (1570mm)
Overall Height ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 70in. (1777mm)
Wheelbase --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 81 in. (2050mm)
Front Track ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 51 in. (1300mm)
Rear Track ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------51in. (1300mm)
Ground Clearance ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 11in. (280mm)
ENGINE
Type --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-Bore,4-Stroke, Liquid-cooled
Bore x Stroke -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 76mm×71mm
Displacement ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 644 cc
Compression ratio ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8.4:1
Carburetor ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ BJH101E or CSH101E
Max Power --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------20.6kw/5300rpm
Maximum Torque ---------------------------------------------------------------------------44/2700~3300Nm/r/min
Starting ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Electric
Ignition ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- C.D.I
Lubrication -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Force & Splash
Transmission ----------------------------------------------------------------------- manual clutch, 4 shift/Reverse
Spark Plug ---------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------F6T or F6TC
Plug gap ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 0.7±0.1mm
Fuel type --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RQ93 (unleaded)
Lubricate oil ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SAE-15W/30
CAPACITIES
Maximum load ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------200kg
Fuel tank ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 23.0L
Engine oil ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2900ml
Coolant -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4000ml
Starting ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <5s
Climbing ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 20°-25°
Battery ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 12V36Ah
Head Light ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12V 150W/Both
Tail Light ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 12V 80W/Both
Fuse ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------30A
SPECIFICATIONS
Brake Track ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- < 7m @ 20miles/h
Top speed ------------------------------------------------------------ 50 miles/h (or limited as customers require)
CHASSIS
Front, Rear brake --------------------------------------------------------------- Hydraulic disc, right foot control
Front tire --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25×10-12
Rear tire ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25×8-12
Front Suspension --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Independent Dual A-Arm
Rear Suspension --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Independent Dual A-Arm
Final Drive --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- shaft driven
TIRE PRESSURE
Front ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 70kpa 0.7kg/c ㎡ 10psi
Rear ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 70kpa 0.7kg/c ㎡ 10psi
WEIGHT
Net Weight ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------460kg
WARRANTY
Parts and workmanship -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 90 Days
Operation
Operation controls
WARNING-Do not attempt to start or operate the engine until completely familiar with
the location and use of each control necessary to operate this vehicle. The operator
must know how to stop this machine before starting and driving it.
Throttle
The right foot pedal is the throttle that controls the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles
speed. To disengage the clutch at any time, allow the throttle to return to the idle position.
(See Fig. 1)
Each time prior to starting the engine, check the throttle assembly to
ensure that when pedal is pushed all the way forward the assembly is
working smoothly and returns to idle when released. Do not operate if
pedal or engine throttle linkage fail to return to idle. If unable to correct
the problem through lubrication, adjustment or replacement of worn
parts, contact your dealer for assistance.
Brake
The brake is located on the middle of the three control pedals (See Fig. 1). Applying
pressure to the pedal applies pressure to the brake caliper around the brake disc at the
front and rear wheels and slows or stops the vehical.
Clutch
The left foot pedal controls the clutch cable (See Fig. 1). With the pedal down, you can
shift the shift lever.
Improper operation of the clutch will lead to excessive wear of the
clutch friction surface.
Speedome
Tachomete
Horn
Coolant temperature
Voltmete
Fuel level gauge
Steering wheel
Battery charge
Reverse gear light
Accelerator
Brake pedal
Clutch pedal
Figure 1
Shift lever
Speedome
Start engine
1. Engage the park brake
2. Press the clutch pedal
down, put the shift lever
in neutral
3. Insert the key into the
Ignition-switch
Tachomet Horn
Fuel level gauge
Coolant temperature Voltmete Combination switch
Figure 2
If the engine is cold
1. Pull the choke out fully
2. Press down the clutch pedal
3. Turn the key clockwise to the “on” position. Release the key and the clutch pedal
when the engine starts.
4. Push the choke back slowly to allow the engine to run smoothly. Keep engine
running for 1-2 minutes.
5. Push the choke back fully. If the idle of engine is not smooth, pull out the choke to
find the best running position and keep running for a while long until the engine runs
smooth without choke.
If the engine is warm
Press the throttle slightly and turn the key clockwise to the “on” position, release the
key and the throttle when the engine starts.
Each time prior to starting the engine, check the throttle assembly to
ensure that when pedal is pushed all the way forward the assembly is
working smoothly and returns to idle when released. Do not operate if
pedal or engine throttle linkage fail to return to idle. If unable to correct
the problem through lubrication, adjustment or replacement of worn
parts, contact your dealer for assistance.
Before you start the engine, check that the parking brake is engaged,
and the gear shift lever is in neutral. Trying to start the engine in gear may
damage the starter motor, clutch or gearbox.
Release the key at once if the engine starts. Holding the key in start
position when the engine is running will cause damage to the starter
motor.
If the engine does not start after 10 seconds, a second attempt to start
the engine can be allowed. Improper operation will damage the engine.
Engine stop key
Stop key test.
Before driving this vehicle, test the Engine Stop key to assure that it is operating
properly. With the engine running, turn the key counterclockwise to the “off” position for
the engine to shut down.
Pre-Drive Inspection
Perform this pre-drive inspection every day before driving vehicle. If
not performed, serious damage to the vehicle or personal injury may
result.
1. Check for Engine Oil Level. Check for transmission Oil Level. Check for leaks, add oil if
required. (See page 35, Engine oil replacement, and page 36Transmission lubrication)
2. Check the coolant. Check for leaks, add the coolant if required. (See page36 Engine
Coolant)
3. Check for Fuel Level. Add fuel as necessary and do not overfill. Check for
leaks.(see Figure 3)
Brake light
Fuel tank
Figure 3
4. Check for Brakes. Depress the brake pedal several times, and then check for proper
brake pedal free play. Make sure there is no brake fluid leakage. Adjust if necessary.
Brake driving cylinder
Brake oil pipe
Clutch cable
Brake pedal
Figure 4
5. Check the clutch cable, Assure the cable snaps back and has a smooth operation.
Ensure the clutch can operate smoothly. Adjust if necessary, or replace the clutch if
necessary. (See Figure 4)
6. Check Tires. Check tires condition and pressure. The pressure on both Front and Rear
tire is 12psi.(see Figure 5)
4 rim nuts around
axle nuts
4 rim nuts around
axle nuts
Axile nuts
Rear tire
Front tire
Figure 5
Axile nuts
7. Check Throttle. Check for smooth operation. Ensure the throttle “snaps” back to idle.
(See Figure 4)
8. Check Engine Stop key. Perform engine stop key test. Repair as necessary.
(See page30 Engine stop key)
9. Check all Nuts, Bolts, and fasteners. Check wheels to see that all axle nuts and rim
nuts are tightened properly. Check and tighten as necessary all other fasteners to
specified torque.
10. Check Roll Bars. Ensure all protective roll cage bars are in place before operating the
Off Highway Recreational Vehicles. (See page Error! Bookmark not defined. 错误!未
找到引用源。)
12. Check Brake Light. Check for proper operation. (Figure 4)
13. Check Wheels. Check for tightness of wheel nuts and axle nuts; check that axle nuts
are secured by cotter pins. (See Figure 4)
14. Check Steering. Check for free operation and for any unusual looseness in any
area.(see Figure 6)
Steering wheel
Figure 6
Always follow rules for safe operation and wear a helmet.
Passengers
The vehicle allows for two riders only.
Combined maximum weight of driver
and the passenger should not exceed 180kg
or 400Ibs.
Seat
The seat must always be securely
fastened in the position which best
allows the operator control of the foot
pedals, steering wheel, and the remote
stop key.
Figure 7
A. Pull seat adjustment handle upward to disengage seat slide.
B. Move seat to desired position.
C. Be sure seat adjustment handle snaps back into place and that seat is locked into
position. (See Figure 7)
Before attempting to adjust the seat ensure that engine of the Off Highway
Recreational Vehicles is stopped.
Never operate this Off Highway Recreational Vehicles when the provided
seat is not securely fastened, to do so could result in a strong possibility of
severe personal injury or loss of life. Before attempting to adjust the seat
ensure that engine of Off Highway Recreational Vehicles is stopped.
Parking
Park brake “OFF”
Park brake “On”
Figure 8
Figure 9
Cable adjustment nuts
Cable lock nut
Figure 10
a. Pull the park brake lever up so that the unit can engage park brake.
b. To release the unit, press button on front end of parking lever then push the parking
lever to the bottom.
c. Adjust the parking cable if necessary. As the figure shown, adjust the adjustment nuts
to make sure the cable tight, and then tighten lock nuts.
Gear Shift
Adjustment nuts
Connect to
shift lever
Lock nuts
Figure 12
Figure 11
1. Operate the gear shift as the picture shown. and the max speed in every gear
position is shown as the following form(see Figure 11)
Gear position
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
R
Max speed
26 km/h
37km/h
50 km/h
80km/h
32 km/h
Figure 13
2. Adjust the adjustment nuts shown in the above picture, if necessary. To make sure
the shift lever right position. (see Figure 12)
Break-in
The first month is most important in the life of your vehicle. Proper operation during this
break-in period will help assure maximum life and performance from your new vehicle.
The following guidelines explain proper break-in procedures.
1. After the engine starts, the engine is not allowed in high speed in the neutral gearshift.
2. Drive vehicle from stop to low speed slowly.
3. Avoid braking strongly.
4. Do not exceed the vehicle speed on the below schedule
The speed of vehicle
Max speed in each gear
The first 1000 km
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
Gear
Gear
Gear
Gear
Figure 14
15 km/h
25km/h
40 km/h
70km/h
Starting and Operating Instructions
a. Before starting the engine, be sure that the driver is seated properly in the Off
Highway Recreational Vehicles and tighten the seatbelt.
b. Testing the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles in a open place at the beginning to
learn how to start, turn and stop.
c. Operate the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles slowly until you are familiar with it.
d. The turning radius of this Off Highway Recreational Vehicles is small and agile, so the
centrifugal force is very high when turning at high speed. Slow down to a more
controllable speed when turning to prevent the Off Highway Recreational Vehicles from
rolling over.
e. To prevent vehicle from rolling over, be sure to only turn the vehicle at a slow more
controllable speed.
Service instructions
Air filter
Service air cleaner every 80 hours
NOTE: Service more often under dusty conditions.
Remove filter cover,
Check the filter cover and the air filter for dusty,
If necessary, clear the filter cover and the filter with special liquid or replace them with a
new one. (See Figure 15)
Filter cover
Figure 15
Filter
Engine oil replacement
You must change the oil in the crankcase refer to preventative maintenance and
service log. That will insure proper lubrication of internal parts and prevent costly repairs
due to excessive wear.
Figure 17
Figure 16
Figure 18
Figure 19
With the engine warm, put the vehicle on the level ground.
a. Shut down the engine; put a collecting oil plate under the engine oil outlet. Loosen
the oil outlet plug in the warm engine. Let the engine oil out fully (see Figure 17).
b. Tighten the engine oil outlet plug.
c. Remove the oil filler cap (see Figure 16), fill oil (SAE 10W/10~50) about 2.8 liters to
the engine.
d. Pull out the engine oil dip stick (see Figure 16), confirm the corrective oil level in the
crankcase (see Figure 19).
Check engine oil and recharge
a. If the color of engine oil changes, you need to replace the engine oil. Replace the
engine oil as above.
b. Check the engine oil level, change if necessary from d as above.
Transmission lubrication
You must change the oil in the transmission after the first 5 hours of operating of your
new engine and after 10 hours of use thereafter. That will insure proper lubrication of
internal parts and prevent costly repairs due to excessive wear.
Figure 20
Figure 21
a. Put the vehicle on the level ground.
b. Shut down the engine, put a collecting oil plate under the transmission oil outlet.
Loosen the oil outlet plug in the warm engine. Let the transmission oil out fully (see
Figure 20).
c. Remove the iron dust plug, this plug has a magnet on it. Iron dust caused by moving
parts will stick to the plug. Clean the iron dust from this dust plug.
d. Tighten the transmission oil outlet plug and the iron dust plug.
e. Remove dipstick of transmission (see Fig. 14), fill oil (GL5 80W/90) about 1.9 liters.
f. Insert the transmission dipstick, check the oil level in the transmission. Confirm the
corrective oil level in the transmission (see Figure 21).
Check transmission oil
If the color of transmission oil changes, you need to replace oil. Replace transmission
oil as above.
Engine Coolant
You must check the coolant for level and leaks. If it is low, you need to refill coolant into
the radiator (approximately 4L). The lack of coolant will cause the engine to overheat.
This can cause engine damage.
The coolant should always be topped up, since the coolant can evaporate.
Figure 22
Figure 23
Put the vehicle on level ground.
1. Turn the coolant cap counterclockwise and open the cap (see Figure 22
Figure 23).
2. Pour fresh coolant to filler neck.
3. Start the engine at idle.
4. Increase the engine rev’s a few times
5. Repeat 2,3,4 till the coolant is at neck and no bubbles come up.
6. Refit the coolant cap, turn it clockwise and tighten it
7. Turn the reserve coolant case cap counterclockwise and open the cap (see Figure 22
Figure 23).
8. Pour fresh coolant of the specified type into the reserve coolant tank till the coolant
reaches 2/5 to 3/5 of the reserve coolant tank volume.
9. Close the reserve coolant case cap, turn it clockwise and tighten it
Top up the reserve coolant
If the coolant in the reserve tank is less than 2/5, it needs to be topped up.
Opening the radiator cap while the engine is hot can be hazardous.
Opening the radiator cap can spray the high temperature coolant in
your eyes, face and any parts of your body. This can result in severe
injury.
Never open the radiator cap while the engine is hot.
New and used coolant can be hazardous.
Children and pets may be harmed by new or used coolant.
Continuous or brief contact with coolant may be dangerous for your
health.
Keep new and used coolant away from the children and pets. To
minimize your exposure to new and used coolant, wear a long sleeve shirt
and moisture-proof gloves(such as dishwashing gloves) when you
change coolant. If coolant contacts your skin, wash thoroughly with soap
and water. Wash any clothing or rags if wet with coolant. Recycle or
properly dispose of used coolant.
Harm or damage may occur if use coolant that does not meet the
specification 50% standard green coolant and 50%distill water.
Spark Plug
a. Remove the spark plug and inspect it
each time you change the oil.
(Use a spark plug wrench) The electrodes
should be kept clean and free of carbon.
The presence of carbon or excess oil will
greatly reduce proper engine performance.
If possible, check the spark plug gap
(area between electrodes) using a wire feeler
gauge. This specification is 0.025”~0.030”.
Figure 24
b. Before installing spark plug coat threads
lightly with graphite grease if possible,
to ensure easy removal next time the spark plug
needs inspection (see Figure 24).
c. It is advisable to replace the spark plug at least once a year to insure easy starting
and good engine performance.
Carburetor Adjustment
Never make unnecessary adjustments. The factory recommended settings are
correct for most applications. It’s not necessary to disassemble the screw unless the
carburetor needs to be replaced. Prepare a 50r/w tachometer before adjustment.
a. Warm up the engine (5~10min)
b. Tighten the air screw gently. Back out 2-3/8 turns counter clockwise (see Figure 25).
c. Connect the tachometer, adjust the throttle to limit the idle speed. The standard value
is (1400RPM).
d. Turn the air screw counter slowly and observe the RPM of the engine, stop adjusting
as the RPM reaches the top speed.
e. Adjust the screw and adjust the idle speed to an ideal value.
f. Repeat step d and e until the rotate speed of engine stables.
Figure 25
Cleaning Instructions
Keep your vehical clean. With a clean rag, wipe off and dirt and oil from around
controls. Wipe off any spilled fuel and oil. Keep the engine clean of foreign object and be
sure to check that air intake fan is free of debris for proper cooling.
Vehicles Lubrication
Lubricate vehicle every 90 days of use, Apply several drops of oil in specific points
shown as following picture
Storage Instruction
In the event your vehical is not to be operated for periods in excess of 30 days or at
the end of each driving season prepare for storage as follows:
a. Drain fuel tank and carburetor by allowing engine to run out of fuel, or use a fuel
stabilizer.
b. Lubricate engine cylinder by removing the spark plug and pour one ounce of clean
lubricating oil through the spark plug hole into the cylinder. Crank the engine slowly to
spread oil and replace spark plug.
c. Do not save or store gasoline over winter. Using old gasoline, which has deteriorated
from storage, will cause hard starting and affect engine performance.
Do not drain fuel while engine is hot. Be sure to move Off Highway
Recreational Vehicles outside before draining fuel.
Repair
Front Wheel Replacement
Do not disassemble the center castle nuts when you replace the front wheels.
(See Figure 26) Tighten the nuts after replacing the wheels.
Castle nuts
Torque:180±5 N.M
Wheel nuts
Torque:70±5 N.M
Figure 26
Rear Wheel Replacement
Do not disassemble the center castle nuts when you replace the rear wheels.
(See Figure 27) Tighten the nuts after replacing the wheels.
Castle nuts
Torque:180±5 N.M
Wheel nuts
Torque:70±5 N.M
Figure 27
Clutch replacement
Do not remove the whole engine from vehicle when you replace the clutch, but
you’ll need to remove rear suspension, driven shaft, clutch cable, muffler, wires
and rubber cushion that is in the middle of transmission and frame.
1. Remove bolt M14 (See Figure 28)
Bolt M14
Figure 28
2. Remove two bolts (M12) on the starter (See Figure 30), Remove the starter (See
Figure 29)
Bolt M12
Starter
Figure 30
Figure 29
3. Remove two nuts (M14) on two side of transmission (See Figure 31,Figure 32)
Bolt M14
Bolt M14
Figure 32
Figure 31
1. Remove two bolts(M8) on the lower mud plate of transmission (See Figure 33,Figure
34)
Bolt M8
Oil pan
Oil pan
Bolt M8
Figure 33
Figure 34
2. Remove the lower mud plate (See Figure 35).
Oil pan
Mud plate
Figure 35
3. Remove the transmission (See Figure 36,Figure 37)
Engine
Transmission
Figure 37
4. Remove upper mud plate (See Figure 38)
Figure 36
Upper mud plate
Figure 38
5. Insert the aligning shaft into hole (See Figure 40). Remove six bolts on the pressing
plate of clutch (See Figure 39)
Bolt
Bolt
Aligning shaft
Bolt
Aligning shaft
Figure 40
Figure 39
6. Remove the pressure plate (See Figure 42).
Remove the friction disc of clutch (See Figure 41,Figure 43)
Pressure plate
Figure 42
Friction disc
Figure 41
Engine without clutch
Figure 43
10. Insert the aligning shaft into the hole; align new friction plate to the flywheel of engine
(See Figure 44,Figure 45).
Centering shaft
Friction disc
Figure 45
Centering
Friction disc
Figure 44
10. Fix pressure plate of clutch. Two bolts with “Y.G” mark must be inserted into two
anchor holes. Tighten six bolts with torque 30 N.m (See Figure 46,Figure 47).
Bolts with “GY”
Torque 30 N*M
Figure 47
Figure 46
12. Fix upper mud plate (See Figure 48,Figure 49Figure 49)
Upper mud plate
Figure 49
Upper mud plate
Figure 48
13. Fix parts according to reverse operation to the disassembly
Timing setup and balancing shaft setup
1. When the first piston locates top dead center, make sure the mark on camshaft
timing sprocket wheel in the position shown as the following figure.
2. Make a mark between two holes as the Figure 51, and turn the left balancing shaft
sprocket, make sure the mark on the balancing shaft sprocket aligned to the mark
made at the beginning of this step.
3. Make a mark about 30mm above the bolt as the Figure 52, and turn the right
balancing shaft sprocket; make sure the mark on the balancing shaft sprocket aligned
to the mark made at the beginning of this step.
3. Fix guide plate, and tension plate
4. Fix the sprocket. Mark on the sprocket must be in straight line to the single white link
on the timing chain. (See Figure 53)
Camshaft timing sprocket wheel
Mark
Right balancing
shaft sprocket
Left balancing
shaft sprocket
Figure 50
Mark here
Mark
Left balancing
shaft sprocket
Figure 51
Crank shaft
Make a Mark
30mm above
the bolt
Mark
30mm
Left balancing
shaft sprocket
Figure 52
Water pump disassembly
1. Take off fan belt and loosen 4 bolt tightening water pump pulley.
Fan belt
Bolt
Water pump
pulley
Figure 53
2. Loosen the 6 bolts shown as the Figure 54.
Bolts
Bolts
Figure 54
3. Loosen the clamp bolts shown as Figure 55, and disconnect two peace of water pipe,
and take off the water pump. The engine without water pump is shown as Figure 55.
Clamp Bolts
Water pipes
Figure 55
Figure 56
Distributor replacement
1) Turn around the crank shaft, align the line on the pulley of crankshaft straight to the 0
degree line on the cover of engine (See Figure 57,Figure 58,Figure 59)
Figure 57
Figure 58
Figure 59
2) Remove the rocker cover of head by removing two bolts (See Figure 60)
Figure 60
3) Check the anchor hole, if it is not on the direction shown by Fig. Repeat above 1 as to
obtain the hole position shown by Figure 53.
4) Insert the screwdriver into the hole, turn the drive of oil pump shaft until parallel to the
crankshaft (See Figure 62,Figure 63)
Figure 62
Figure 61
5) Align the mark 2 on the shaft of distributor to the mark 1 on the aluminum housing
(See Figure 63)
Figure 63
6) Insert the distributor slowly to the hole (See Figure 64). Confirm the direction of
distributor is as per the figure (See Figure 65,Figure 66). Tighten the nut of distributor
housing.
Figure 64
Figure 66
7) Fix the cover of the distributor (See Figure 67).
Figure 65
Figure 67
8) Check the spark timing. Adjust if need as followings
a) Loosen the nut of the distributor housing
b) Turn the distributor slowly. Increase the spark timing by counterclockwise turn.
Decrease the spark timing by clockwise turn.
A. Gear shift
1) Install thick pivot plate and short crank to shifter shaft
(See Figure 68
Figure 71)
Figure 69Figure 70
Short crank
Thick pivot plate
Shifter shaft
Shifter shaft
Figure 68
Figure 69
Spring washer
Nut
Washer
Short crank
Shifter shaft
Step 1 finished
Figure 70
Figure 71
2) Install thin pivot plate and long crank. (see Figure 72
Figure 73
Thin pivot plate
Figure 72
Thin pivot plate
Figure 73
Step 2 finished
3) Install the shifter shaft ASSY finished above to transmission. (See Figure 74)
Bolt M10x1.5x20
Shifter shaft ASSY
B.
a)
b)
c)
Figure 74
Front Wheel Alignment
Put the vehicle on level ground.
The “toe-in” of the front wheels should be 1.18 inches. To check for alignment,
measure distance A and B between the centerline (CL) of the wheels. The proper
toe-in dimension A should be 1.18 inches greater than dimension B.
To adjust the alignments, loose the lock nuts on both sides of Front Tie Rods. To
make Dimension B smaller, turn the rod to the left. Turn the rod to the right to make
Dimension B larger. After adjusted to desired length, tighten the lock nut against the
rod end. Recheck the dimensions for proper alignment.
Figure 75
Wiring diagram
B
202
O
里程表
O
SB
U
S
B
50
50
50
50
130
200
550
250
50
50
50
R
203
N
K
110
L
B
RY
307
NB
B
左位置灯
左大灯
horn button
闪烁器
DJ7031-1.5-11
204
111
φ4
B
50
50
100
304
UW
-
DJ7021-1.5-11
DJ7031-1.5-11
油量传感器
NR
B
UW
B
DJ7032-2.3-21
1450
DJ7013-6.3-21
喇叭
B
右组合尾灯
NB
B
100
G
SR
K
B
B
UW
RY
100
200
R
R
300
300
GR
132Y 131 133B 128
φ6
φ6
刹车传感器
B
B
R
R
DJ7031-1.5-11
DJ7021-1.5-11
400
100
250
小φ4 小φ4
蓄电池
+
大号保险丝40A
蓄电池
调节器
DJ7051-1.5-11
80
UR
D650-B主线束
D650.06.01.00.00B
保险丝盒
DJ7061-1.5-11
DJ7032-2.3-21
21
转速表
R
DJ7032-2.3-21
点火开关
DJ7042-6.3-11
RS
WG
50
100
RS
DJ7055-3.5-11
R
Y
RS
油量表
B
B
DJ7021-1.5-11
DJ7051-1.5-21
RS
306 406
RS
O
O
右大灯
DJ7021-1.5-11
DJ7041-1.5-11
RS
WB
50
360
DJ7044-3.5-21
R
308
130
50
400
RS
RS
RS
RS
U
RS
RS
RS
R
308
RS
RS
DJ7032-2.3-21
250
250
headlight R
B
RY
L
水温表
B
30
front turn R/sidelights
配一个DL650熔断丝盒
φ6
B
NR
DJ7032-2.3-21
O
100
R
DJ7032-2.3-21
200
900
?9波纹管
电源
继电器
403
中号保险丝15A
R
B
GR
电压表
BR
250
250
104
109
面板组合开关(翘板开关)
B
BR
DJ7021-1.5-11
B
BR
DJ7021-1.5-11
B
DJ7021-1.5-11
BR
BR
50
50
200
200
50
50
50
GY
NR
W
BR
O
50
118
0
112
空 空
空 空
O
200
200
K
W
RY
50
N
空
B
GW
空 YGW 108L
206
RY
Y
UR
B
L
UR
BR
UR
GY
50
50
50
110
空
空
空
空
空 空
空 空
空 空
RY
B
UR
127 130WB
WR
WG
RY
50
50
B
700
100
280
350
1000
200
50
50
100
?9波纹管
1.采用国标导线符合
?9波纹管
,普通插件材料采用尼龙;
技术要求
φ6
100
B
132Y 131G 133B
130
GB
温控开关82°C
B
350
300
RB
风扇
DJ7021Y-4.8-11
温控开关
90°C
115
DJ7022-6.3-11
B
φ4
R
301
小号烟斗胶套
燃油泵
B
φ4
50
105S
R
R
φ5
RS
121
SB
点火线圈
φ5
DJ7013-6.3-21
起动电机
DJ7021-6.3-21
?9波纹管
B
GY
φ8
倒档传感器
100
80
250 80
150
?9波纹管
450
180
100
50
450
450
RG
138
发电机
300
50
100
150
50
RB
SB
RS
B
215
100
φ10
127
DJ7021-2-11
机油
DJ7013-6.3-21
200
YG
分电器
DJ7022-6.3-11
DJ221-4
水温传感器
R
2.端子压接、电线接头应符合QCn 29009 、QCn 29010;
3.所有带有防水塞、密封垫插件应安装到位,不得有脱落、漏装现象,
带有密封件的插件与对接端插件插接后,加上2.5KPa个大气压进行
密封性检查时不得有漏气、漏水现象。;
4.图中所有线号与护套内端子号一一对应,线色、线径严格按图示规定;
5.线束中导线导通率达到100 %,最终出线处用PVC黑胶带封口,所有导线
(除黑色外) 不得露出,波纹管连接处用PVC胶带缠绕牢固、规则、美观;
350
450
附件
1.中号片式保险丝 :15A 、10A、7.5A、5A各一只;
2.大号片式保险丝 :40A 一只 .
D650主线束
Electrical schematic diagram
B
O
BR
R
L
L
U
SB
SR
S
L
WG
W
W
W
WB
Spot switch 1
Charge indicator
Dipping switch 2
NR
K
RB
G
3~
Alternator
14V 35A
R
Charge indicator
Charge indicator
GR
Distributor
block
coil,ign
NB
U
UW
P
Wire's colour symbol
RS---red/grey B---black R---red U---blue RU---red/blue P---purple S---grey W---white YG---yellow/green L---Cambridge blue N---brown K---pink NB---brown/black NR---brown/red
UW---blue/white RB---red/black GY---green/yellow SB---grey/black BR---black/red Y---yellow WG---white/green GB---green/black WR---white/red BW---black/white
Figure 76
Parts manual
CYLINDER BLOCK PART
No.
ERP Code
1
02.DLJ.270Q-02009
2
02.DLJ.LJ462Q
1000028D
3
Code name
Q'
ty
Description
270Q-02009
oil feed plug
1
LJ462Q - 1 -
1000028D
Cylinder head locating dowel
2
02.DLJ.QTB55-φ10.5×7
QTB55-φ10.5×7
Plug φ10.5×7
1
4
02.DLJ.QTB54-φ40
QTB54-φ40
freeze plug φ40
1
5
02.DLJ.119-φ6x18
119-φ6x18
Pinφ6×18
2
6
02.DLJ.QTB542-φ30
QTB542-φ30
freeze plug φ30
3
7
02.DLJ.270Q-02013
270Q-02013
Tie-in pipe of drive valve
1
8
02.DLJ.QTB28-NPT1/4
QTB28-NPT1/4
Hexagon-headed taper bolt NPT1/4
1
9
02.DLJ.QTB42-φ11×12
QTB42-φ11×12
Hollow-swage locating pin
2
10
02.DLJ.270Q-02004
270Q-02004
Jetting pipe
1
11
02.DLJ.270Q-02003
270Q-02003
Front bearing of balancing shaft
2
12
02.DLJ.270Q-02011
270Q-02011
Rear bearing of balancing shaft
2
13
02.DLJ.QTB54-8×9
QTB54-8×9
Calathiform plug 8×9
1
14
02.DLJ.270Q-02102
270Q-02102
Main bearing cap bolt
6
15
02.DLJ.QTB53A- FB60×78×7
QTB53AFB60×78×7
Crankshaft rear oil seal with unidirectional
flow around FB60×78×7
1
16
02.DLJ.270Q-02008
270Q-02008
Rear oil seal housing gasket
1
17
02.DLJ.270Q-02007A
270Q-02007A
Rear oil seal housing
1
18
02.DLJ.LJ462Q
1000082D
LJ462Q - 1 -
1000082D
Flywheel bolt
4
19
02.DLJ.270Q-04007
270Q-04007
Crankshaft bearing bushing
4
20
02.DLJ.270Q-04008
270Q-04008
Crankshaft thrust bearing bushing
2
21
02.DLJ.270Q-02006C
270Q-02006C
Oil pressure switch
1
22
02.DLJ.276Q-0210D
276Q-0210D
Cylinder block and bearing cap assembly
1
23
02.DLJ.QTB42-φ13×15.5
QTB42-φ13×15.5
Hollow-swage locating pin φ13×15.5
2
-
-
1
1
-
-
φ11×12
SPROCKET COVER AND OIL PAN PART
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'ty
1
02.DLJ.276Q-02201
276Q-02201
Sprocket cover
1
2
02.DLJ.270Q-02202
270Q-02202
Oil filter threaded sleeve
1
3
02.DLJ.900-M8X22
900-M8X22
Taper bolt AGM8-M8×22-8.8
1
4
02.DLJ.QTB23- NTP1/4
QTB23- NTP1/4
Hexagon-headed taper bolt NTP1/4
1
5
02.DLJ.QTB23- NTP3/8
QTB23- NTP3/8
Hexagon-headed taper bolt NTP3/8
1
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Q't
y
Description
6
02.DLJ.270Q-02004
270Q-02004
Jetting pipe
1
7
02.DLJ.LJ276MT - 2 -
02400
LJ276MT-2-02400
Dipstick
1
8
02.DLJ.-2001
-2001
Left gasket of sprocket cover
1
9
02.DLJ.-2002
-2002
Right gasket of sprocket cover
1
10
02.DLJ.QTB10- M8×88
QTB10- M8×88
Hexagon-headed
M8×88
bolt
with
edge
11
02.DLJ.QTB10-M8×68
QTB10-M8×68
Hexagon-headed
M8×68
bolt
with
edge
12
02.DLJ.QTB53AFB35×50×8
QTB53A- FB35×50×8
Crankshaft front oil seal with
unidirectional flow around FB35×50×8
1
13
02.DLJ.QTB10-M8×78
QTB10-M8×78
Hexagon-headed
M8×78
3
14
02.DLJ.270-02005A
270-02005A
Oil Pan gasket
1
15
02.DLJ.LJ276MT - 2 -
02300
LJ276MT-2-02300
Oil Pan assembly
1
16
02.DLJ.9074.17-M6X12
9074.17-M6X12
Bolt assembly M6×12
18
17
02.DLJ.QTB24-M14×1.5
QTB24-M14×1.5
Drain Plug M14×1.5
1
18
02.DLJ.270Q-02303B
270Q-02303B
Drain Plug gasket
1
19
02.DLJ.276MT-2-02500
276MT-2-02500
backing plate
1
20
02.DLJ.LY-1701220-01
LY-1701220-01
Tird and forth gear assy
1
21
02.DLJ.QTB10-M6×10
QTB10-M6×10
Hexagon-headed
M6×10
bolt
bolt
with
with
edge
edge
3
4
2
CYLINDER HEAD PART
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'
ty
1
02.DLJ.5782-M8X40
5782-M8X40
Bolt M8×40
2
2
02.DLJ.270Q-01009
270Q-01009
washer of cylinder head cover bolt
2
3
02.DLJ.270Q-01011
270Q-01011
Rubber pad of cylinder head cover bolt
2
4
02.DLJ.276Q-01300
276Q-01300
Cylinder head cover assembly
1
5
02.DLJ.270Q-01400B
270Q-01400B
Filler cap assembly
1
6
02.DLJ.270Q-01403
270Q-01403
Filler cap ruuber washer
1
7
02.DLJ.270Q-01012B
270Q-01012B
Seal ring of cylinder head cover
1
8
02.DLJ.9074.17-M8X30
9074.17-M8X30
Unit bolt M8×30
1
9
02.DLJ.QTB15-M8
QTB15-M8
Nut M8-8
5
10
02.DLJ.93-φ8
93-φ8
Spring washer φ8
5
11
02.DLJ.270Q-01017
270Q-01017
Thermostat housing
1
13
02.DLJ.270Q-01016
270Q-01016
Thermostat gasket
1
14
02.DLJ.270Q-01015
270Q-01015
Thermostat
1
15
02.DLJ.270Q-01100
270Q-01100
Cylinder head and camshaft bearing
part
16
02.DLJ.270Q-01109
270Q-01109
Camshaft bearing bushing cap bolt
8
17
02.DLJ.270Q-01007
270Q-01007
Valve rocker arm shaft
4
18
02.DLJ.898-M8X25
898-M8X25
Stud
AGM8×25-8.8
4
19
02.DLJ.899-M8X28
899-M8X28
Stud
AGM8×28-8.8
1
20
02.DLJ.270Q-01104
270Q-01104
Inlet valve guide
2
21
02.DLJ.QTB40-φ 6×14
QTB40-φ 6×14
Locating pin φ 6×14
6
22
02.DLJ.270Q-01105
270Q-01105
Exhaust valve guide
2
23
02.DLJ.899-B
899-B
bolt
1
24
02.DLJ.270Q-01023A
270Q-01023A
Hexagon -headed taper plug
1
25
02.DLJ.898-M8X20
898-M8X20
Stud AGM8-M8×20-8.8
4
26
02.DLJ.270Q-01018
270Q-01018
Minor water pipe
1
27
02.DLJ.270Q-01102
270Q-01102
Intake valve seat
2
28
02.DLJ.270Q-01103B
270Q-01103B
Exhaust valve seat
2
29
02.DLJ.270Q-01019B
270Q-01019B
Water Temperature sender unit
1
30
02.DLJ.270Q-01013
270Q-01013
Front Semi-Circle Oil Seal
1
31
02.DLJ.270Q-01014
270Q-01014
Rear Semi-Circle Oil Seal
1
32
02.DLJ.270Q-01022
270Q-01022
Cylinder head bolt
6
33
02.DLJ.GTB30-φ21×φ11×3
GTB30-φ21×φ11×3
head bolt washer φ21×φ11×3
6
34
02.DLJ.9074.17-M8X28
9074.17-M8X28
Bolt assembly M8×28
2
35
02.DLJ.276Q-01021
276Q-01021
Cylinder head gasket
1
36
02.DLJ.270Q-01025
270Q-01025
Rubber blanking plug
1
37
02.DLJ.ZB/TT32005.1-88
ZB/TT32005.1-88
hose clamp
1
38
02.DLJ.270Q-01024
270Q-01024
Exhaust pipe gasket
1
39
02.DLJ.93-W8
93-W8
Washer8
4
40
02.DLJ.QTB15-M8
QTB15-M8
Nut M8-8
4
PISTON ,CONNETING ROD AND CRANKSHAFT PART
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'
ty
02.DLJ.276Q-03002
276Q-03002
Piston ring (1)
2
02.DLJ.276Q-03003
276Q-03003
Piston ring (2)
2
02.DLJ.276Q-03200
276Q-03200
Piston ring (3)
2
2
02.DLJ.270Q-03006
270Q-03006
Connecting rod bearing
4
3
02.DLJ.276Q-03001
276Q-03001
Piston
2
02.DLJ.276Q-03004B
276Q-03004B
Piston Pin
2
02.DLJ.270Q-03100
270Q-03100
Connecting rod assembly(1)
2
Connecting rod assembly(2)
2
1
4
5
02.DLJ.270Q-03103
270Q-03103
Connecting rod bolt
4
6
02.DLJ.270Q-03104
270Q-03104
Connecting rod nut
4
7
02.DLJ.270Q-04001
270Q-04001
front pulley bolt
1
8
02.DLJ.859-SW12
859-SW12
Spring washer 12
1
9
02.DLJ.270Q-04002
270Q-04002
Washer
1
10
02.DLJ.270Q-04003
270Q-04003
Crankshaft belt pulley
1
11
02.DLJ.270Q-04004A
270Q-04004A
Driven bevel gear
1
12
02.DLJ.QTB44-4X19
QTB44-4X19
Woodruff key4×19
2
13
02.DLJ.276Q-04006B
276Q-04006B
Crankshaft
1
14
02.DLJ.LJ462Q1-1000135D
LJ462Q1-1000135D
Locating pin of fly wheel
1
15
02.DLJ.LJ368-1005011
LJ368-1005011
Ring gear assembly of fly wheel
1
16
02.DLJ.LJ462Q-1-1005014D
LJ462Q -
1005014D
flywheel bolt
6
1
-
BALANCING SHAFT PART
Description
Q'
ty
No.
ERP Code
Code name
1
02.DLJ.QTB30-φ24×φ8.5×3
QTB30-φ24×φ8.5×
3
Thick washer φ24×φ8.5×3
2
02.DLJ.270Q-04400
270Q-04400
Balancing chain assembly
1
3
02.DLJ.270Q-04310A
270Q-04310A
Balancing shaft sprocket assembly
2
4
02.DLJ.QTB10-M6×10
QTB10-M6×10
Hexagon-headed bolt with edge M6×10
4
5
02.DLJ.270Q-04301
270Q-04301
Baffle plate of Balancing shaft
2
6
02.DLJ.270Q-04302A
270Q-04302A
Balancing shaft
2
7
02.DLJ.270Q-04303
270Q-04303
Front balancing weight
2
8
02.DLJ.270Q-04305
270Q-04305
Balancing weight
bolt
6
9
02.DLJ.270Q-04304
270Q-04304
Rear balancing weight
2
10
02.DLJ.QTB10-M6×45
QTB10-M6×45
Hexagon-headed bolt with edge M6×45
2
11
02.DLJ.270Q-04200B
270Q-04200B
Guide pad assembly of balancing chain
1
12
02.DLJ.270Q-04012A
270Q-04012A
Cam chain drive sprocket
1
CAMSHAFT AND CHAIN TRAIN PART
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'ty
1
02.DLJ.270Q-05400
270Q-05400
Bolt assembly
1
2
02.DLJ 270Q-05007
270Q-05007
Washer
1
3
02.DLJ 270Q-05005A
270Q-05005A
Tensioning spring
1
4
02.DLJ 270Q-05004
270Q-05004
Tensioning spring plate
1
5
02.DLJ QTB13-M12×1.25×30
QTB13-M12×1.25×3
0
Small hexagon-headed bolt with
edge
M12×1.25×30
1
6
02.DLJ 270Q-05002A
270Q-05002A
Camshaft timing sprocket wheel
1
7
02.DLJ 270Q-05100
270Q-05100
Timing chain assembly
1
8
02.DLJ 270Q-01502
270Q-01502
Valve clearance adjusting nut
4
9
02.DLJ 270Q-01501
270Q-01501
Valve clearance adjusting bolt
4
10
02.DLJ 270Q-01004
270Q-01004
Valve locker
8
11
02.DLJ 270Q-01003
270Q-01003
Retainer
4
12
02.DLJ 270Q-01200
270Q-01200
Stem seal
4
13
02.DLJ 276Q-05001
276Q-05001
Camshaft
1
14
02.DLJ QTB40- φ6×14
QTB40- φ6×14
Dowel pin φ6×14
1
15
02.DLJ 276Q-01002A
276Q-01002A
Valve spring
4
16
02.DLJ.270Q-01005A
270Q-01005A
Intake Valve
2
17
02.DLJ.270Q-01001
270Q-01001
Lower seat of valve spring
4
18
02.DLJ.270Q-01008
270Q-01008
Wave form washer
4
19
02.DLJ.270Q-01510
270Q-01510
Valve rocker arm of first cylinder
2
20
02.DLJ.270Q-01610
270Q-01610
Valve rocker arm of second cylinder
2
21
02.DLJ.270Q-01006
270Q-01006
Exhaust Valve
2
22
02.DLJ.QTB13- M8×32
QTB13- M8×32
Small hexagon-headed bolt with
edge M8×32
1
23
02.DLJ.270Q-05003
270Q-05003
Dowel
1
24
02.DLJ.270Q-05300
270Q-05300
Chain tightner
1
25
02.DLJ.QTB10-M6×10
QTB10-M6×10
Hexagon-headed bolt with edge
M6×10
2
26
02.DLJ.270Q-05200
270Q-05200
Chain guide plate
1
27
02.DLJ.270Q-04005A
270Q-04005A
Crankshaft timing chain sprocket
1
INTAKE MANIFOLD PART
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'ty
1
02.DLJ.270Q-06006
270Q-06006
Intake manifold paper gasket
1
2
02.DLJ.LJ276MT-2-06000
LJ276MT - 2 -
06000
Intake mainfold
1
3
02.DLJ.898-M8X25
898-M8X25
Stud
AC-M8×25-8.8
4
4
02.DLJ.848-M8X28
848-M8X28
Stud
AC-M8×28-8.8
1
5
02.DLJ.QTB77
QTB77
Flat washer
6
6
02.DLJ.93-SWφ8
93-SWφ8
Spring washer φ8
6
7
02.DLJ.QTB15-M8
QTB15-M8
Nut M8-8
2
8
02.DLJ.QTB26
QTB26
Clip
3
9
02.DLJ.899-Z 3/8
899-Z 3/8
Square head taper plug Z 3/8″
1
OIL FILTER AND OIL PUMP PART
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'ty
1
02.DLJ.270Q-17000
270Q-17000
Oil Filter
1
2
02.DLJ.9074.17-M6X48
9074.17-M6X48
Bolt assembly M6×48
2
3
02.DLJ.LJ276MT-2-16000
LJ276MT-2-16000
Oil pump
1
4
02.DLJ.9074.17-M6X53
9074.17-M6X53
Bolt assembly M6×53
1
WATER PUMP AND FAN PART
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q't
y
1
02.DLJ.ZB/TT32005.1-88
ZB/TT32005.1-88
Hose clamp
2
2
02.DLJ.270Q-19011
270Q-19011
Rubber pipe (2)
1
3
02.DLJ.270Q-19013
270Q-19013
water pump pulley
1
4
02.DLJ.QTB10-M8×88
QTB10-M8×88
Hexagon-headed bolt with edge
M8×88
2
5
02.DLJ.9074.15-M6X20
9074.15-M6X20
Hexagon head bolt M6×20
4
6
02.DLJ.QTB32-7.5
QTB32-7.5
Washer 7.5
4
7
02.DLJ.276Q-19200
276Q-19200
Fan assembly
1
8
02.DLJ.QTB93A-AV10X845
QTB93A-AV10X845
Fan belt AV10×845
1
9
02.DLJ.QTB10-M8×23
QTB10-M8×23
Hexagon-headed bolt with edge
M8×23
2
10
02.DLJ.270Q-19002B
270Q-19002B
bolt
1
11
02.DLJ.QTB10-M8×78
QTB10-M8×78
Hexagon-headed bolt with edge
M8×78
2
12
02.DLJ.ZB/TT32005.1-88
ZB/TT32005.1-88
Hose clamp
2
13
02.DLJ.LJ276MT-2-19009
LJ276MT-2-19009
Rubber pipe (1)
1
14
02.DLJ.276Q-19001
276Q-19001
Water pump gasket
1
15
02.DLJ.276Q-19100
276Q-19100
Water pump
1
16
02.DLJ.276-E60101
276-E60101
Roller bearing E60101
2
17
02.DLJ.270Q-F12-00
270Q-F12-00
Water seal
1
18
02.DLJ.276Q-19003
276Q-19003
Impeller
1
DISTRIBUTOR AND ITS LINE UNIT
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q't
y
1
02.DLJ.270Q-23510W
270Q-23510W
Distributor assembly(non contact)
1
2
02.DLJ.FDQ-60000
FDQ-60000
Rotor
1
3
02.DLJ.7825-SP
7825-SP
Spark plug
2
4
02.DLJ.FDQ-1-50000
FDQ-1-50000
Distributor cap assembly
1
5
02.DLJ.270Q-23901
270Q-23901
Distributor protective cover
1
6
02.DLJ.LJ276MT - 2 -
23501
LJ276MT-2-23501
Vacuum rubber tube
1
7
02.DLJ.LJ276M-23910F
LJ276M-23910F
High – tension
1
8
02.DLJ.LJ462Q
3705010DW
LJ462Q-1-3705010DW
Ignition coil
-
1
-
leads
1
CARBURETOR PART
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'ty
1
02.DLJ.270Q-06004
270Q-06004
Carburetor gasket
2
2
02.DLJ.270Q-06003
270Q-06003
Carburetor insulator
1
3
02.DLJ.276Q-13000
276Q-13000
Carburetor
1
4
02.DLJ.JB12D-H
JB12D-H
Electric petrol pump
1
AIR FILTER AND PIPE LINE PART
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'ty
1
02.DLJ.LJ276MT-2-07100F
LJ276MT-2-07100F
Air filter housing
1
2
02.DLJ.QK1706-03
QK1706-03
Flexible hose clamp
2
3
02.DLJ.LJ276MT-2-07001F
LJ276MT-2-07001F
Flexible intake hose
1
4
02.DLJ.LJ276MT-2-07002F
LJ276MT-2-07002F
Rubber breathing pipe
1
5
02.DLJ.270Q-07003
270Q-07003
Storing dust pipes
1
6
02.DLJ.QK1706-05
QK1706-05
air filter
1
STARTER , ALTERNATOR AND THEIR FASTENING PIECE
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'ty
1
02.DLJ.LJ368Q-3708010
LJ368Q-3708010
Starter
1
2
02.DLJ.LJ368Q-1000068
LJ368Q-1000068
Starter clamp bolt
2
3
02.DLJ.QTB15-M8
QTB15-M8
4
02.DLJ.93-SW8
93-SW8
Spring washer 8
1
5
02.DLJ.270Q-02203A
270Q-02203A
Adjusting bolt
1
6
02.DLJ.9074.15-M8X25
9074.15-M8X25
Bolt M8×25
1
7
02.DLJ.QTB30-φ24×φ8.5×3
QTB30-φ24×φ8.5×3
Thick washerφ24×φ8.5×3
1
8
02.DLJ.270Q-25010A
270Q-25010A
Alternator bracket
1
9
02.DLJ.270Q-25001
270Q-25001
Second fixed swift
1
10
02.DLJ.270Q-25020
270Q-25020
First fixed swift (insert)
1
11
02.DLJ.9074.15-M8X20
9074.15-M8X20
Bolt M8×20
1
12
02.DLJ.LJ462Q-1-3701010D
LJ462Q-1-3701010D
Alternator
1
Hexagon nut
M8-8
1
TRANSMISSION TANK
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q't
y
1
02.DLJ.4T06C-1701112
4T06C-1701111
Upper housing of transmission
1
2
02.DLJ.4T06C-1701112
4T06C-1701112
Lower housing of transmission
1
3
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701113
MQC4-1701113
Locating pin
2
4
02.DLJ.GB5789-86 AM6X40
GB5789-86 AM6X40
Bolt AM6×40
1
5
02.DLJ.GB5790-86 AM8X50
GB5790-86 AM8X50
Bolt AM8×50
10
6
02.DLJ.GB5790-86 AM8X70
GB5790-86 AM8X7
Bolt AM8×70
5
7
02.DLJ.GB5790-86 AM8X90
GB5790-86 AM8X90
Bolt AM8×90
1
8
02.DLJ.GB5790-86 AM8X135
GB5790-86 AM8X135
Bolt AM8×135
1
9
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701301
MQC4-1701301
Baffle plate of seal ring of the first
shaft
1
10
02.DLJ.GB3452,1-82 40X2,65
GB3452.1-2005
40×2.65
“O” type seal ring 40×2.65
1
11
02.DLJ.GB819-85
M6×16-6.8
GB819-85 M6X16-6.8
Bolt M6×16-6.8
4
12
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701140
MQC4-1701140
Dip stick
1
13
02.DLJ.GB3452,1-82 15X2,65
GB3452.1-2005
15×2.65
“O” type seal ring15×2.65
1
14
02.DLJ.ZBT32001,3-87
ZBT32001,3-87
Bolt
1
15
02.DLJ.ZBT32001,9-87
ZBT32001,9-87
Bolt Z 1/2″—14( magnetism )
1
16
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701017
MQC4-1701017
Sight hole cover
1
17
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702050
MQC4-1702050
Sealing cover assembly of shift
lever
3
18
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701025
MQC4-1701025
Breathing pipe tie-in
1
19
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701026
MQC4-1701026
Breathing pipe
1
20
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701023
MQC4-1701023
Perkins
1
21
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701027
MQC4-1701027
Breathing pipe plug
1
22
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701024
MQC4-1701024
Line fastener
1
23
02.DLJ.4T06-3729010
4T06-3729010
Reverse switch
1
24
02.DLJ.GB3452,1-82 11.8×1.8
GB3452.1-2005 11.8
×1.8
“O” type seal ring 11.8×1.8
1
25
02.DLJ.1000013
1000013
Supporting piece
1
26
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701024
MQC4-1701024
Line fastener
1
27
02.DLJ.LJ368Q—1000163
LJ368Q—1000163
Shouldered tap bolt
2
28
02.DLJ.LJ368Q—1000169
LJ368Q—1000169
Shouldered tap bolt
1
29
02.DLJ.LJ368Q—1000167
LJ368Q—1000167
Stud
1
30
02.DLJ.6171—M10X1.25
6171—M10X1.25
Nut M10×1.25
1
31
02.DLJ.4T06CA4-1700000
4T06CA4-1700000
4T06CA4Transmission assembly
1
32
02.DLJ.848—W10
848—W10
Washer10
1
Z 1/2″—14
joint
CLUTCH, SHIFTER SHAFT AND ROCKER ARM
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'ty
1
02.DLJ.QST160HH14
QST160HH14
Clutch pressure plate
1
2
02.DLJ.LJ462Q—1—100502
4D
LJ462Q—1—1005024D
Clutch cover bolt
2
3
02.DLJ.9074.15—M8X16
9074.15—M8X16
Bolt tab M8×16
4
4
02.DLJ.859—W8
859—W8
Light gage spring washer8
6
5
02.DLJ.DST160A71
DST160A71
Clutch plate
1
6
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701510
MQC4-1701510
Clutch release bearing
1
7
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701501
MQC4-1701501
Release bearing carrier
1
8
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701022
MQC4-1701022
Circlip
2
9
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701040
MQC4-1701040
Clutch fork
1
10
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701019
MQC4-1701019
Bushing ring
2
11
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701018
MQC4-1701018
Tension spring
1
12
02.DLJ.4T06C-1701016
4T06C-1701016
Clutch action arm
1
13
02.DLJ.GB5789-86 AM8X35
GB5789-86 AM8X35
Bolt AM8×35
1
14
02.DLJ.GB97.1-85 8-200HV
GB97.1-85 8-200HV
Washer8-200HV
1
15
02.DLJ.GB6170-86 M8
GB6170-86 M8
Nut M8
1
DIFFERENTIAL
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'ty
1
02.DLJ.MQC4-2303017
MQC4-2303017
Differential Planet gear
2
2
02.DLJ.MQC4-2303015
MQC4-2303015
Half axle of Differential
2
3
02.DLJ.MQC4-2303019
MQC4-2303019
Planet gear shaft
1
4
02.DLJ.GB309-84 P5x5.8
GB/T309-1984
Needle bearing P5×25.8
1
5
02.DLJ.MQC4-2303018
MQC4-2303018
Planet gear washer
2
6-1
02.DLJ.MQC4-2303012
MQC4-2303012
Half axle adjusting washer
0~2
6-2
02.DLJ.MQC4-2303013
MQC4-2303013
Half axle adjusting washer
0~2
6-3
02.DLJ.MQC4-2303014
MQC4-2303014
Half axle adjusting washer
0~2
7
02.DLJ.MQC4-2303011
MQC4-2303011
Differential case
1
8
02.DLJ.4T06-2303021
4T06-2303021
Main reduction gear
1
9
02.DLJ.GB5789-86
M10x.25x0-10.9
GB/T5789-1986
Bolt M10×1.25×20-10.9
8
10
02.DLJ.GB/T276-94 6207-Z/P63
GB/T276-1994
Endocentric ball bearing 6207Z/P63
2
11
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701090
MQC4-1701090
Differential seal ring assembly
2
12
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701014
MQC4-1701014
Thrust ring of Differential
2
13
02.DLJ.MQC4-2303016
MQC4-2303016
Steel cable baffle ring
2
ONE SHAFT OUTPUT (option)
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'ty
1
02.DLJ.MQC4-2303016
MQC4-2303016
Steel cable baffle ring
2
2
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701090
MQC4-1701090
Differential seal ring assembly
2
3
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701014
MQC4-1701014
Thrust ring of Differential
2
4
02.DLJ.GB/T276-94
6207-Z/P63
GB/T276-1994
Endocentric
6207Z/P63
5
02.DLJ.4T06C-2303013
4T06C-2303013
Bushing ring 1
1
6
02.DLJ.4T06C-2303012
4T06C-2303012
Output shaft
1
7
02.DLJ.4T06C-2303014
4T06C-2303014
Bushing ring 2
1
8
02.DLJ.4T06C-2303011
4T06C-2303011
Connection plate
1
9
02.DLJ.4T06-2303021
4T06-2303021
Main reduction gear
1
10
02.DLJ.GB5789-86
M10x.25x0-10.9
GB/T5789-1986
Bolt M10×1.25×25-10.9
8
ball
bearing
2
FIRST SHAFT AND COUNTERSHAFT
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'ty
1
02.DLJ. 4T06CA1-1701130
4T06CA1-1701130
Input shaft assembly
1
2
02.DLJ.GB/T276-94
6204-2RS/P53
GB/T276-1994
3
02.DLJ. MQC4-1701310
MQC4-1701310
4
02.DLJ.GB/T276-94
6203-2RS/P53
GB/T276-1994
5
02.DLJ. MQC4-1701011
MQC4-1701011
Thrust ring of the first shaft bearing
1
6
02.DLJ. MQC4-1701120
MQC4-1701120
The first shaft seal cap assembly
1
7
02.DLJ.4T06-1701201
4T06-1701201
Countershaft
1
8
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701250
MQC4-1701250
Cylindrical roller bearing with locking
notch and without inner circle
1
9
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701013
MQC4-1701013
Thrust ring of countershaft bearing(right)
1
10
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701060
MQC4-1701060
Sealing
cap
countershaft(right)
1
11
02.DLJ.GB/T276-94 6304N/P53
GB/T276-94
Endocentric ball rearing 6304N/P53
1
12
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701012
MQC4-1701012
Thrust ring of countershaft bearing(left)
1
13
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701219
MQC4-1701219
Tight nut of countershaft
1
14
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701050
MQC4-1701050
Sealing
cap
countershaft(right)
15
02.DLJ.4T06-1701211
4T06-1701211
The first gear of countershaft
Rearing 6204-2RS/P53
1
The first shaft seal ring assembly
1
Rearing 6303-2RS/P53
1
assembly
assembly
of
of
1
1
16
02.DLJ.GB309-84 P2×7.8
GB309-84
Needle P2×7.8
1
17
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701203
MQC4-1701203
The first gear gasket of countershaft
1
18
02.DLJ.GB308-84 4,7625G60b
GB308-84
Steel ball 4.7625
1
19
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701204
MQC4-1701204
First gear bushing ring of countershaft
1
20
02.DLJ.GB5846-86 K253023
GB5846-86
Needle bearing K253023
1
21
02.DLJ.4T06-1701212
4T06-1701212
The second gear of countershaft
1
22
02.DLJ.4T06CA1-1701213
4T06CA1-1701213
The third gear of countershaft
1
23
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701205
MQC4-1701205
The second and the third gear bushing
2
24
02.DLJ.5846—K303520
GB5846-86
Needle bearing K303520
2
25
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701206
MQC4-1701206
The second and the third gears gasket
2
26
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701208
MQC4-1701208
The third gear spacer
1
27
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701207
MQC4-1701207
The second and the third gears pressure
1
28
02.DLJ.4T06CA1-1701214
4T06CA1-1701214
The fourth gear of countershaft
1
29
02.DLJ.GB5846-86 K253020
GB5846-86
Needle bearing K253020
1
30
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701209
MQC4-1701209
The fourth gear gasket
1
31
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701232
MQC4-1701232
Low synchronizer shell
1
32
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701231
MQC4-1701231
Low synchronizer sleeve
1
33
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701215
MQC4-1701215
Low synchronizer ring(left)
1
34
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701217
MQC4-1701217
Low synchronizer ring spring(left)
1
35
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701216
MQC4-1701216
Low synchronizer ring(right)
1
36
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701233
MQC4-1701233
Low synchronizer spring
2
37
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701234
MQC4-1701234
Synchronizer guide spring
3
38
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701242
MQC4-1701242
High synchronizer ring(left)
1
39
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701241
MQC4-1701241
High synchronizer sleeve (left)
1
40
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701218
MQC4-1701218
High synchronizer ring(right)
2
41
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701243
MQC4-1701243
High synchronizer spring
2
42
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701234
MQC4-1701234
Synchronizer guide spring
3
43
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701080
MQC4-1701080
Racing gear of reverse gear
1
44
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701015
MQC4-1701015
Reverse gear shaft
1
45
02.DLJ.GB119-86 D5x13
GB119-86
Pin D5×13
1
46
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701070
MQC4-1701070
Sealing cap assembly of reverse gear
1
47
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701202
MQC4-1701202
Speed gage worm
1
48
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701209
MQC4-1701029
Speed gage worm wheel
1
49
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701400
MQC4-1701400
Speed gage worm wheel bushing ring
1
50
02.DLJ.GB3452,1-82 19X1.8
GB3452.1-82
“O” Type seal ring19×1.8
1
51
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701410
MQC4-1701410
Seal ring assembly of speed gage worm
1
52
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701028
MQC4-1701028
Speed gage thrust bolt
1
GEAR SHIFTED GEAR FORK
No.
ERP Code
Code name
Description
Q'ty
1
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702014
MQC4-1702014
Shift fork for the first gear
1
2
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702013
MQC4-1702013
Shift fork for the first and second gear
1
3
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702015
MQC4-1702015
Shift fork for the third and fourth gear
1
4
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702012
MQC4-1702012
Reverse gear shift fork
1
5
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702011
MQC4-1702011
Reverse gear shift cantilever
1
6
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702060
MQC4-1702060
Shift fork assembly of reverse gear
1
7
02.DLJ.GB5783-86
M10×1.25×33-4h
GB5783-86
Bolt M10×1.25×35
1
8
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702019
MQC4-1702019
Shift fork washer of reverse gear
1
9
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702017
MQC4-1702017
Shift lever for the first and second gear
1
10
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702018
MQC4-1702018
Shift lever for the third and fourth gear
1
11
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702016
MQC4-1702016
Reverse gear shift lever
1
12
02.DLJ.GB879-86 4,5X18
GB879-86
Pin 4.5×18
4
13
02.DLJ.GB879-86 4,5X20
GB879-86
Pin 4.5×20
4
14
02.DLJ.GB309-84 3X9,8
GB309-84
Needle 3×9.8
1
15
02.DLJ.GB308-84
9.5250G606
GB308-84
Steel ball 9.525
2
16
02.DLJ.MQC4-1701021
MQC4-1701021
Hole plug
1
17
02.DLJ.GB308-84 7.9375606
GB308-84
Steel ball 7.9375
3
18
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702021
MQC4-1702021
Locating spring of high and low speed shit
lever
2
19
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702022
MQC4-1702022
Locating spring
1
20
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702082
MQC4-1702082
Transposition
21
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702081
MQC4-1702081
Transposition shaft
1
22
02.DLJ.GB119-86 D4X8
GB119-86
Pin D4X8
1
23
02.DLJ.GB308-84
7.9375G606
GB308-84
Steel ball 7.9375G606
1
24
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702029
MQC4-1702029
Spring of transposition shaft
1
25
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702026
MQC4-1702026
Transposition shaft washer
1
26
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702024
MQC4-1702024
Long spring of transposition shaft
1
27
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702025
MQC4-1702025
Short spring of transposition shaft
1
28
02.DLJ.4T06C-1702070
4T06C-1702070
Shift shaft assembly
1
29
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702028
MQC4-1702028
Transposition shaft rocker
1
30
02.DLJ.GB879-86 5X22
GB879-86
pin 5x22
1
31
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702040
MQC4-1702040
Seal ring assembly of shift shaft
1
32
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702027
MQC4-1702027
Dirt guard of shift shaft
1
33
02.DLJ.GB308-84
7.9375G60b
GB308-84
Steel ball 7.9375 G60b
1
34
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702022
MQC4-1702022
Locating spring
1
35
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702019
MQC4-1702019
Shift fork washer of reverse gear
1
36
02.DLJ.ZBT31033-88
M10×1.25×9
ZBT31033-88
Bolt M10×1.25×9
1
37
02.DLJ.MQC4-1702023
MQC4-1702023
Transposition shaft cap
1
38
02.DLJ.GB3452,1-82
9,5×2,65
GB3452.-82
“0”type seal ring 9.5×2.65
1
39
02.DLJ.GB5789-86 AM6X20
GB5789-86
Bolt AM6X20
1
Rocker shaft
1
air filter for usa
3
6
2
5
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
02.N650.04.05.01
02.N650.04.05.0001
03.01.5787-M6x30/05
02.N650.04.05.02
02.N650.04.05.03
03.02.SJ2842- M6/05
1
N650.04.05.01.00
N650.04.05.00.01
5787-86 M6x30
N650.04.05.02.00
N650.04.05.03.00
2842-M6
Air cleaner
hoop(65-82)
Flange Bolt M6x30
Air filter joint
Air filter coat
Flange nut m6
1
1
1
1
1
1
Frame
1
8 9 10
7
2
5
11
12
14
15
13
24
23
25
3
16
4
6
21
20
22
17
18
19
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
ERP CODE
02.DB650.01.01
02.DB650.01.01.02.71
02.DB650.01.01.02.72
02.DB650.01.01.02.73
02.DB650.01.01.02.74
02.DB650.01.01.02.75
02.DB650.01.01.02.70
03.01.D818-M6X16
02.JD.0900008
03.02.6183,1-M6 /05
03.01.D818-M6X16
02.JD.0900008
03.02.6183,1-M6 /05
03.01.D818-M6X16
JD0900008-W6
6183,1-M6/05
03.01.D818-M6X16
JD0900008-W6
03.01.6183,1-M6
03.01.D818-M6X16
02.JD.0900008
03.02.6183,1-M6 /05
03.01.D818-M6X16
02.JD.0900008
03.02.6183,1-M6 /05
Code name
DB650.01.01.00.00
DB650.01.01.02.71
DB650.01.01.02.72
DB650.01.01.02.73
DB650.01.01.02.74
DB650.01.01.02.75
DB650.01.01.02.70
D818-M6X16
JD0900008
6183.1-M6
D818-M6X16
02.JD.0900008
6183.1-M6
D818-M6X16
JD0900008
6183.1-M6
D818-M6X16
JD0900008
6183.1-M6
D818-M6X16
JD0900008-W6
6183.1-M6
D818-M6X16
JD0900008
6183.1-M6
Description
Frame component
engine board
seat motherboard
front motherboard
left side board
right side board
seat rear board
Cross head screw M6*16
Washer 6
Self-locking nut M6
Cross head screw M6*16
Washer 6
Self-locking nut M6
Cross head screw M6*16
Washer 6
Self-locking nut M6
Cross head screw M6*16
Washer 6
Self-locking nut M6
Cross head screw M6*16
Washer 6
Self-locking nut M6
Cross head screw M6*16
Washer 6
Self-locking nut M6
Q'ty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
10
10
11
11
11
17
17
17
25
25
25
10
10
10
10
10
10
Engine mount
1
2
34
5
6
9
6
7
7
11
12
13
14
15
16
7
5
8
5
4 3 7
6
10
7
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Erp code
02.D650.04.01.0500
02.N650.04.01.02
03.03.95- φ10X20X2/05
03.05.93-φ20/05
03.01.5787-M10X1,25X25/05
02.D650.04.01.0001
03.02.2842-M10X1,25/05
02.D650.04.01.01
02.D650.04.01.03
02.D650.04.01.04A
03.02.2842-M8X25/05
03.04.93-φ8/05
03.03.96,2-φ8X24X2/05
02.D650.04.01.06
Code name
D650.04.01.05.00
N650.04.01.02.00
95-φ10X20X2
93-φ20
5787- M10X1,25X25
D650.04.01.00.01
2842-M10X1,25
D650.04.01.01.00
D650.04.01.03.00
D650.04.01.04.00A
2842-M8X25
93-φ8
96,2-φ8X24X2
D650.04.01.06.00
15
02.DS250.08.000003
DS250.08.00.00.03
16
02.D650.01.02.0002
D650.01.02.00.02
Description
Qty
choke cable
1
engine mount ,front
1
washer φ10(11*20*2)
10
spring washer φ10
10
bolt-washer M10*1.25*25 8
engine rubber bumper
5
bolt-washer M10*1.25
12
engine(LJ276M)
1
engine mount ,left
1
engine mount ,rear
1
bolt-washer M8*25
2
spring washer φ8
2
washer φ8(8.4*24*2)
2
engine mount ,middle
1
small engine rubber
1
bumper
adjust washer
1
Gear shift
1
2
3
4
5
9
10
16
12
inlet rod of engine gear-shift
8
13
7
11
27
16
28
26
25
14
6
15
17
18
20
24
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
23
19
22 21
ERP CODE
03.02.6183,1-M8/05
03.02.6183,1-M6/05
02.D650.05.02.02.03
03.01.5787-M6X20/05
02.D650.05.02.02.04
03.01.5787-M6X12/05
02.650.05.02.02.02
02.D650.05.02.02.01
03.04. 93-Φ6/05
03.02. 6170-M6/05
02.N650.05.02.05
03.02.6172.1-M14X1.5/05
02.D650.05.02.03
02.D650.05.02.04.01
02.D650.05.02.04
03.01.5787-M10X1.25X20/05
02.JD.0580002
Code name
6183.1-M8
6183.1-M6
D650.05.02.02.03
5787-M6X20
D650.05.02.02.04
5787-M6X12
D650.05.02.02.02
D650.05.02.02.01
93-Φ6
6170-M6
N650.05.02.05.00
6172.1-M14X1.5
D650.05.02.03.00
D650.05.02.04.01
D650.05.02.04.00
5787-M10X1.25X20
JD0580002
Description
self-locking nut M8
self-locking nut M6
shifter mount
bolt-washer M6*20
shifter assy
bolt-washer M6*12
shift gear handgrip bush
shift gear handgrip screw axle
spring washer%%c6
nut M6(m=5.2)
shift lever fork
Nut M14*1.5
shift lever
shift lever bolt M8
guide
bolt-washer M10*1.25*20
nylon bush
Q'ty
4
4
1
4
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
02.D650.05.02.01.01
02.D650.05.02.01.02
02.D650.05.02.01.03
02.D650.05.02.01.05
03.03.95-Φ10X18X1,5/05
03.04. 93-Φ10/05
03.02.SJ2842-M10X1,25/05
02.D650.05.02.01.04
02.D650.05.02.01.06
02.D650.05.02.01.08
02.D650.05.02.01.07
D650.05.02.01.01
D650.05.02.01.02
D650.05.02.01.03
D650.05.02.01.05
95-Φ10X18X1.5
93-Φ10
SJ2842-M10X1.25
D650.05.02.01.04
D650.05.02.01.06
D650.05.02.01.08
D650.05.02.01.07
shifter shaft
copper sleeve
thick pivot plate
short crank
washer %%c10(%%c10.5*%%c18*%%c1.6)
spring washer %%c10
nut-washer M10*1.25
long crank
thin pivot plate
thin rod copper flange cover
threaded shaft
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
Steering assy
6
7
8
5
11
3
1
12
10
4
2
9
27
17
18
19
29
25
22
28
23
20
13
21
26
24
14
15 16
14
15 16
21
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
ERP CODE
03.01.70,3-M6x20/05
02.TR1100.05.01.0002-3
02.TR1100.05.01.0002
03.02.6183,1-M6/05
02.TR1100.05.01
03.07.819,1-M6X10/05
03.04.93-Φ6/05
02.N650.06.00.18
02.D650.05.01.01.01
02.E650.05.01.01.02
03.09.894,1-Φ15/05
02.D650.05.01.01
02.D650.05.01.02
03.03.96-Φ8X24X2/05
Code name
70.3-M6X20
TR1100.05.01.00.02-3
TR1100.05.01.00.02
6183.1-M6
TR1100.05.01.00.00
819.1-M6X10
93-Φ6
N650.06.00.18.00
D650.05.01.01.01
E650.05.01.01.02
894.1-Φ15
D650.05.01.01.00
D650.05.01.02.00
96-Φ8X24X2
17
18
19
20
Description
Q'ty
M6*20 screw
6
plastic cover
1
350steering wheel
1
M6 self-locking nut
6
steering wheel subassembly
1
bolt M6*10
1
spring washer %%c6
1
integrated switch assy
1
steering wheel shaft
1
steering column housing
1
circlip %%c15, external
1
steering column assy
1
steering universal rod
1
washer %%c8(8.4*24*2)
2
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
03.04.93-Φ8/05
03.01.5782-M8X25/05
02.D650.05.01.03.01
03.03.95-Φ10X28X2/05
03.04.93-Φ10/05
03.02.6172,2-M10X1.25/05
03.02.6170-M12X1,5/05
02.D650.05.01.03
02.D650.05.01.0006
02.D650.05.01.0005
02.D650.05.01.0004
02.D650.05.01.0003
02.D650.05.01.0002-1
02.D650.05.01.0002-2
03.01.5787-M10X1.25X25/05
93-Φ8
5782-M8X25
D650.05.01.03.01
95-Φ10X28X2
93-Φ10
6172.2-M10X1.25
6170-M12X1.5
D650.05.01.03.00
D650.05.01.00.06
D650.05.01.00.05
D650.05.01.00.04
D650.05.01.00.03
D650.05.01.00.02-1
D650.05.01.00.02-2
5787-M10X1.25X25
spring washer %%c8
bolt M8*25
tie rod end
washer %%c10
spring washer %%c10
nut lock M10*1.25(nylon)
nut M12*1.5
steering gear box
big iron cushion
small iron cushion
thin rubber cover
thick rubber cover
mounting rack(hole)
mounting rack(no hole)
bolt washer M10*1.25*25
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
Pedal control and park brake
5
2
4
8
9
3
5
1
8
9
11 7
10
8
9
12
6
5
15
8
9
16
1
13
14
2
5
No.
ERP CODE
Code name
1
02.D650.07.01.01.08
D650.07.01.01.08
2
02.D650.07.01.01.09
D650.07.01.01.09
3
4
02.DN250.04.01.01
02.DLJ.JK613B
DN250.04.01.01.00
JK613B
Description
disc brake with floating
caliper,front
disc brake with floating
caliper,rear
Master cylinder assy
hydraulic power brake valve
5
02.D650.07.01.01.10
D650.07.01.01.10
hydraulic brake pads
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
02.DLJ.ZJ609.F02-01
02.TR1100.07.01.01.02
02.DLJ.ZJGS.01-02
02.DLJ.ZJGS.01-01
02.D650.07.01.01.04
02.D650.07.01.01.03
02.D650.07.01.01.07
02.D650.07.01.01.06
02.D650.07.01.01.05
02.D650.07.01.0004A
02.D650.07.01.01
ZJ609.F02-01
TR1100.07.01.01.02
ZJGS.01-02
ZJGS.01-01
D650.07.01.01.04
D650.07.01.01.03
D650.07.01.01.07
D650.07.01.01.06
D650.07.01.01.05
D650.07.01.00.04A
D650.07.01.01.00
hydraulic threeway valve
clip
Hose bolt M10x1.25
Seal washer
hydraulic brake hose,front,left
hydraulic brake hose,front,right
hydraulic brake hose,middle
hydraulic brake hose,rear,left
hydraulic brake hose,rear,right
Master cylinder rod
four caliper hydraulic brake assy
Q'ty
2
2
1
1
4
set
1
8
10
20
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
parking brake assy
2
8
6
7
1
No
.
4
5
3
ERP CODE
Code name
Description
2
3
4
02.SV800.07.01.01.0
1
02.D650.07.02.03.02
02.D650.07.02.03.03
02.D650.07.02.03.04
SV800.07.01.01.0
1
D650.07.02.03.02
D650.07.02.03.03
D650.07.02.03.04
disc brake with floating
caliper,front
single hydraulic oil cup
single hydraulic pump
pipe
5
02.D650.07.01.01.10
D650.07.01.01.10
hydraulic brake pads
6
7
8
02.DLJ.ZJGS.01-02
02.DLJ.ZJGS.01-01
02.D650.07.02.03
ZJGS.01-02
ZJGS.01-01
D650.07.02.03.00
Hose bolt M10x1.25
Seal washer
parking brake assy
1
Q't
y
1
1
1
1
1
set
1
2
1
Throttle and park assy
1
1
1
2
28
8
29
30
31
1
3
4
5
9
10
12
7
13
12
16
12
11
39
27
6
16 17
16
17 18
18
23
11
18
24
19
20
27
17
32
19
16
33
38
34
37
11 12
25
21
22
14
14
40
26
36
35
14
15
No.
ERP code
Code name
Description
1
03.01.5787-M8X20/05
5787-M8X20
2
02.D650.07.01.01
D650.07.01.01.00
Flange bolt M8*20
four caliper hydraulic
brake assy
Q't
y
8
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
03.01.5787-M6X20 /05
02.D1600.01.02.0008
03.02.6183,1-M6/05
03.01.5787-M6X20 /05
03.02.6183,1-M6/05
02.D650.07.01.0004A
6172.1-M8
D650.07.01.00.03
03.08.91-3.2X30/05
03.03.95-Φ
10X18X1,5/05
02.D650.07.04.02
02.D650.07.01.0005
02.D650.07.04.01
03.01.70,1-M6X55/05
03.02. 6170-M6/05
02.D250.10.003
03.07.882-φ10X60/05
03.08.91-Φ2X25/05
03.03.95-Φ
6X13X1,5/05
02.D650.07.01.02
03.07.882-6X40/05
03.07.882-10X105/05
02.D650.07.03.02
02.D650.07.03.01
5787-M6X20
D1600.01.02.00.08
6183.1-M6
5787-M6X20
6183.1-M6
D650.07.01.00.04A
6172.1-M8
D650.07.01.00.03
91-3.2X30
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
3
D650.07.04.02.00
D650.07.01.00.05
D650.07.04.01.00
70.1-M6X55
6170-M6
D250.10.003
882-φ10X60
91-Φ2X25
Bolt-washer M6*20
support
self-locking nut M6
Bolt-washer M6*20
self-locking nut M6
pushing bar
M8 nut
push rod holder
cotter pin 3.2*30
φ10 washer(φ10.5*φ18*
φ1.6)
clutch pedal
pedal rubber cover
clutch cable
M6*55 socket head bolt
M6 nut(m=5.2)
spring
φ10*60 pin roll
cotter pin φ2*25
95-Φ6X13X1.5
φ6 washer
1
D650.07.01.02.00
882-6X40
882-10X105
D650.07.03.02.00
D650.07.03.01.00
brake pedal
φ6*40 pin roll
φ10*105 pin roll
throttle pedal
throttle cable
1
1
1
1
1
03.01.5787-M8X20/05
02.D650.07.02.01
03.03.95-Φ
8X16X1,5/05
03.08.91-3.2X30/05
02.D650.07.02.01.01
02.D650.07.02.0001
03.08.91-3.2X30/05
02.D650.07.02.02
02.D650.07.02.0002
02.D650.07.02.03
5787-M8X20
D650.07.02.01.00
M8*20 bolt
park assy
2
1
95-Φ8X16X1.5
φ8 washer
1
91-3.2X30
D650.07.02.01.01
D650.07.02.00.01
91-3.2X30
D650.07.02.02.00
D650.07.02.00.02
D650.07.02.03.00
cotter pin 3.2*30
axle 8*24
parking brake connection
cotter pin 3.2*30
M8 self-locking nut
bolt-washer M8*30
parking brake assy
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
02.D650.07.02.02
02.D800.07.02.0001
D650.07.02.02.00
D800.07.02.00.01
park brake cable
steel bush
95-Φ10X18X1.5
3
1
3
1
4
4
3
2
1
1
1
Front housing
37
38
22
2
1
36
24
23
39
21
22
3
31
5
6
24
23
21
4
7
25
20
20
35
19
16
29
9
18
17
27
27
10
16
10
11
12
7
26
19
32
33
20
13
5
12
11
9
28
13
27
14
19
17
6
28
26
26
29
28
18
30
35
19
4
3
29
20
27
34
28
26
37
1
38
36
39
No.
ERP code
1 02.S650.03.01.0002
2 02.S650.03.01.01A
3 03.08.91-4X40/05
Code name
S650.03.01.00.02
S650.03.01.01.00A
91-4X40
4
03.02.9457-M18X1,5/05
9457-M18X1.5
5
6
7
8
9
10
02.D650.03.01.0008
02.D650.03.01.0001A
02.D650.03.02.0003A
D650.03.01.00.08
D650.03.01.00.01A
D650.03.02.00.03A
ENGLISH
M12*1.5 wheel nut
left wheel(27*8-12)
cotter pin 4*40
nut-castle M18*1.5,front
axle
front axle washer
front hub
bolt M12*1.5,hub
02.D650.03.02.0005
02.D650.03.02.0008
D650.03.02.00.05
D650.03.02.00.08
brake disc
bolt M6,brake disc
Q'ty
8
1
2
2
2
2
8
2
8
11
12
02.D650.03.01.0004
03.09.893,2-Φ55/05
D650.03.01.00.04
893.2-Φ55
13
02.D650.03.01.0005
D650.03.01.00.05
14
15
02.D650.03.01.0007
D650.03.01.00.07
16
03.01.5787-M10X1.5X30X20/05 5787-M10X1.5X30X20
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
seal (40X55X6)
circlipφ55,internal
front hub
bearing(30X55X30X25)
stub axle,L
bolt-washer
M10*1.5*30*20
02.D650.03.01.0006
D650.03.01.00.06
internal seal(40X58X7X5)
02.D650.03.01.0003
D650.03.01.00.03
front axle
02.D650.02.01.0003
D650.02.01.00.03
ball joint
03.09.894.2-Φ29
894.2-CΦ29
φ29,external circlip
03.01.5787-M12X1.5X45X18/05 5787-M12X1.5X45X18 bolt-washer M12*1.5*45*18
02.D650.02.03.01
D650.02.03.01.00
front shock absorber
washer φ16(φ16.5*φ
03.03.95-Φ16X30X1,2/05
95-Φ16X30X1.2
30*2)
03.02.SJ2842-M12X1.5/05
SJ2842-M12X1.5
flange nut,M12*1.5
02.D650.02.01.03
D650.02.01.03.00
FL upper suspension arm
03.02.SJ2842-M10X1,25/05
SJ2842-M10X1.25
flange nut,M10*1.25
02.D650.02.01.0001
D650.02.01.00.01
suspension arm bush
02.D650.02.01.0002
D650.02.01.00.02
suspension arm spacer
bolt-washer
03.01.5787-M10X1,25X75/05
5787-M10X1.25X75
M10*1.25*75*18
02.D650.02.01.04
D650.02.01.04.00
FL lower suspension arm
02.D650.02.01.01
D650.02.01.01.00
FR upper suspension arm
02.D650.02.01.02
D650.02.01.02.00
FR lower suspension arm
02.D650.03.01.0002
D650.03.01.00.02
stub axle R
02.S650.03.01.04A
S650.03.01.04.00A right wheel(27*8-12)
02.D800.03.01.0010
D800.03.01.00.10
washer
02.JD.0360010
JD0360010
rubber dirt-proof boot
02.D650.03.01.01.03
D650.03.01.01.03
valve cock
02.S650.03.01.01.01
S650.03.01.01.01
front rim 12*6
02.S650.03.01.01.02A
S650.03.01.01.02A front tire 27*8-12
2
2
2
1
4
2
2
4
4
4
2
4
4
1
8
8
4
8
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
Muffler
6
10
8
9
7
5
4
3
2
1
11
12
15
22
16
17
18
19
20
21
13
14
No.
1
2
3
4
5
ERP code
02.DLJ.270Q-06006
02.D650.04.04.02
02.D650.04.04.0003
03.04.93-Φ8/05
03.02.6172,1-M8/05
Code name
270Q-06006
D650.04.04.02.00
D650.04.04.00.03
93-Φ8
6172.1-M8
6
02.D650.04.04.0004
D650.04.04.00.04
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
03.02.6183,1-M8/05
02.D650.04.04.0009
02.D650.04.04.04A
03.01.5787-M8X30/05
03.02.6183,1-M8/05
02.D650.04.04.0008-1
02.D650.04.04.0008-2
6183.1-M8
D650.04.04.00.09
D650.04.04.04.00A
5787-M8X30
6183.1-M8
D650.04.04.00.08-1
D650.04.04.00.08-2
Description
exhaust manifold gasket
front exhaust pipe
front pipe shield
spring washer φ8
nut M8(m=6.8)
sheet of heat
insulation (65*65)
nut self-lock M8
cushion flange
catalac
convertor
bolt washer M8*30
self-locking nut M8
U clamp mount
U clamp screw rod
Qty
1
1
1
4
4
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
14
15
16
17
02.D650.04.04.01B
03.01.5787-M8X30/05
02.JD.1910003A
02.JD.1910002
D650.04.04.01.00B
5787-M8X30
JD1910003A
JD1910002
18
03.03.96-Φ8X24X2/05
96-Φ8X24X2
19
20
21
22
02.D650.04.04.03
03.02.6183.1-M8/05
03.01.5787-M10X1,25X25/05
03.02.SJ2842-M10X1,25/05
D650.04.04.03.00
6183.1-M8
5787-M10X1.25X25
SJ2842-M10X1.25
long muffler
bolt-washer M8*30
muffler rubber cover
spacer
washer φ8(φ8.4*φ
24*2)
muffer bracket
self-lock M8
bolt washer M10*1.25*25
nut washer M10*1.25
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
Fuel tank and gasoline pump
6
22
23
21
24
30
20
4
6
5
19
10
17
6
6
18
15
16
12
3
2
6
9
28
6
29
1
7
13
15 14 12
11
8
6
No
.
1
2
ERP code
Code name
fuel tank assy
fuel tank
D650.04.03.01.00B
SR2000.04.03.00.03
fuel tank cap
A
SR2000.04.03.03.00 fuel level sensor
6
7
02.FTCARB-0816
FTCARB-0816
8
9
02.D650.04.03.0005
02.FTCARB-0816
D650.04.03.00.05
FTCARB-0816
4
5
26
27
Description
02.D650.04.03.01B
02.SR2000.04.03.000
3A
02.SR2000.04.03.03
02.SR2000.04.03.03.
01
02.D650.04.03.0004
3
25
SR2000.04.03.03.01 rubber washer
D650.04.03.00.04
hoop (10-16)
fuel hose( φ 8x φ 16
CARB)
fuel filter
fuel hose( φ 8x φ 16
Q'ty
1
1
1
1
1
12
0.2mete
r
1
0.2mete
10
02.FTCARB-0816
FTCARB-0816
11
12
02.D650.04.03.0010
03.01.5787-M8X25/05
03.03.95Φ
6X12X1/05
03.02.SJ2842-M8/05
02.D650.04.03.02
D650.04.03.00.10
5787-M8X25
CARB)
fuel hose( φ 8x φ 16
CARB)
fuel filter clip
bolt-washer M8*25
95-Φ6X12X1
washer Ф6
13
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
SJ2842-M8
D650.04.03.02.00
nut-washer M8
fuel pump
fuel hose( φ 8x φ 16
02.FTCARB-0816
FTCARB-0816
CARB)
fuel hose( φ 4.5x φ 9
02.FTCARB-0409
FTCARB-0409
CARB)
02.TR1100.04.06.01
TR1100.04.06.01.00 carbon canister
fuel hose( φ 4.5x φ 9
02.FTCARB-0409
FTCARB-0409
CARB)
02.D650.04.06.0001
D650.04.06.00.01
carbon can bracket
02.D650.04.06.0002
D650.04.06.00.02
carbon can plate
03.01.5787-M6X16/05 5787-M6X16
bolt-washer M6*16
03.02.SJ2842-M6/05
SJ2842-M6
washer nut M6
03.01.70,1-M12X30/0
M12*30
socket
head
70.1-M12X30
5
screw
03.03.96,2Φ
washer φ 12 ( φ 13* φ
96.2-Φ12X24X2
12X24X2/05
24*2.5)
02.D650.01.02.06
D650.01.02.06.00
rear bumper bar
03.01.5787-M10X20/0
5787-M10X20
bolt-washer M10*20
5
03.02.SJ2842-M10/05 SJ2842-M10
washer nut M10
03.01.5782-M4X10/05 5782-M4X10
bolt M4X10
r
0.4mete
r
1
1
2
2
1
0.4mete
r
0.5mete
r
1
0.5mete
r
1
1
3
3
4
4
1
4
4
5
rear cargo rack and roll bar
8
4
6
7
6
5
4
3
6
12
20
4
21
14
22
23
15
17
16
19
18
13
27
27
18
2
24
26
26
1
2
1
13
18
25
19
No.
ERP code
Code name
Description
1
02.D250.11.771
D250.11.771
nylon bush
2
03.01.5787-M12X1,5X30/05
5787-M12X1.5X30 bolt washer M12*1.5*30
3
02.D650.01.02.02B
D650.01.02.02.00B
right roll bar
4 03.01.5787-M10X1.25X45/05 5787-M10X1.25X45 bolt washer M10*1.25*45
5
02.D650.01.02.04
D650.01.02.04.00
rear cross bar
6
03.02.SJ2842-M10X1,25/05
6177.1-M10*1.25
nut washer M10*1.25
7
03.01.70.1-M12X1.5X30/05
70.1-M12X1.5X30 bolt hexagon M12*1.5*30
8
02.D650.01.02.03
D650.01.02.03.00
front cross bar
9
10
11
12
02.D650.01.02.01B
D650.01.02.01.00B
left roll bar
Q'ty
2
2
1
4
1
4
2
1
1
13
14
15
03.02.SJ2842-M12X1,5/05
02.D800.04.02.02
02.D800.04.02.0001
6177.1-M12X1.5
D800.04.02.02.00
D800.04.02.00.01
16
02.D800.04.02.0002
D800.04.02.00.02
17
18
02.D800.04.02.0003
02.D650.04.03.0004
D800.04.02.00.03
D650.04.03.00.04
19
02.D250.09004
D25009004
20
21
03.01.5787-M6X16/05
02.D650.04.07.0003
5787-M6X16
D650.04.07.00.03
22
02.D650.04.07.0002
D650.04.07.00.02
23
24
02.SV800.04.07.0001
02.D650.04.07.0001
SV800.04.07.00.01
D650.04.07.00.01
25
02.D650.04.05.0003
D650.04.05.00.03
26
27
03.01.5787-M8X20/05
03.02.6183,1-M8/05
5787-M8*20
6183.1-M8
nut washer M12*1.5
reserve tank
cap of reserve tank
airproof washer of
reserve tank
takeoff reserve tank
hoop(10-16)
radiator connecting
tube
bolt-washer M6*16
oil separator cover
oil separator air
filter
hoop(21-38)
oil separator tank
recycle exhaust gas
tube
bolt-washer M8*20
self-locking nut M8
2
1
1
1
1
7
1meter
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
Rear housing
13
12
2
1
38
40
11
45
21
24
42
42
39
41
40
3
4
41
43
42 38
43
22
23
6
40
39
44
45
7
89
10
22
23
5
20
15
14
25
40
46
16
19
18
17
26
27
26
28
27
33
29
10 9
34
32
15
31
16
8 7
6
5
35
4
3
19
17 18
26
30
27
1
37
13
12
No.
ERP code
Code name
11
Description
Q'ty
1
2
3
02.S650.03.02.0002
02.D650.03.02.01H
03.08.91-4X40/05
S650.03.02.00.02
D650.03.02.01.00H
91-4X40
4
02.DLJ.JGC2202-K
JGC2202-K
5
6
7
8
9
02.D650.03.02.0004A
02.D650.03.02.0003A
02.D650.03.02.0005
02.D650.03.02.0008
03.09.893.2-Φ55/05
D650.03.02.00.04A
D650.03.02.00.03A
D650.03.02.00.05
D650.03.02.00.08
893.2-CΦ55
10
02.D650.03.02.0007
D650.03.02.00.07
11
12
02.D650.03.01.01.03
02S650.03.02.01.01
D650.03.01.01.03
S650.03.02.01.01
13
02.S650.03.02.01.02A
S650.03.02.01.02A
14
02.D650.07.02.03
D650.07.02.03.00
15
03.01.5787-M10X1,25X100/05 5787-M10X1.25X100
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
02.D650.02.02.0002
02.D650.02.02.0001
02.D650.03.02.0001
03.02.SJ2842-M10X1,25/05
03.01.5787-M8X20/05
02.D650.02.02.03
03.02.SJ2842-M10X1,25/05
D650.02.02.00.02
D650.02.02.00.01
D650.03.02.00.01
SJ2842-M10X1.25
5787-M8X20
D650.02.02.03.00
SJ2842-M10X1.25
23
03.01.5787-M10X1.25X75/05
5787-M10X1.25X75
24
25
26
02.D650.03.02.02
02.D650.03.02.03
03.02.SJ2842-M12X1,5/05
D650.03.02.02.00
D650.03.02.03.00
SJ2842-M12X1.5
27
03.01.5787-M12X1.5X60/05
5787-M12*1.5*60*18
28
29
30
31
32
02.D650.02.03.02
02.D650.02.02.04
03.02.SJ2842-M10X1,25/05
02.D650.02.01.0002
02.D650.02.01.0001
D650.02.03.02.00
D650.02.02.04.00
6177.1-M10*1.25
D650.02.01.00.02
D650.02.01.00.01
33
03.01.5787-M10X1,25X75/05
5787-M10*1.25*75*18
34
35
36
37
38
02.D650.02.02.02
02.D650.02.02.01
D650.02.02.02.00
D650.02.02.01.00
wheel nut M12*1.5
(F938)wheel(25*11-12),BL
cotter pin 4*40
nut-castle M22*1.5,rear
shaft
disk base
M12*1.5 bolt
brake disc
bolt M6,butterfly disc
φ55,internal circlip
(Φ30XΦ55X32),rear hub
bearing
valve cock
rear rim 12*8
F938 rear off-road tire
27x11-12
parking brake assy
bolt-washer
M10*1.25*100*20
shaft carrier spacer
shaft carrier bush
shaft carrier
Nut-washer M10*1.25
bolt-washer M8*20
RL upper suspension arm
nut-washer M10*1.25
bolt-washer
M10*1.25*75*18
left proppeller shaft
right propeller shaft
nut-washer M12*1.5
bolt-washer
M12*1.5*60*18
rear shock absorber
RL lower suspension arm
nut-washerM10*1.25
suspension arm spacer
suspension arm bush
bolt-washer
M10*1.25*75*18
RR lower suspension
RR upper suspension
02.D650.03.02.04H
02.DLJ.BT-1045
D650.03.02.04.00H
BT-1045
(F938)wheel(25*11-12),BR
outer boot seal
8
1
2
2
2
16
2
8
2
2
2
2
2
1
4
4
8
2
4
4
2
4
4
1
1
4
4
2
1
4
8
16
4
1
1
1
2
39
40
41
42
02.DLJ.MQC4-2303016
02.DLJ.SH07680
02.DLJ.BT-1085
02.DLJ.SH07350
MQC4-2303016
SH07680
BT-1085
SH07350
43
02.DLJPT SZW5004
PT SZW5004
44
02.DLJ.PT SZ-9001
PT SZ-9001
45
02.DLJ.PT SZW1003
PT SZW1003
46
02.PT SZ-9002
PT SZ-9002
steel cable baffle ring
BIG band
inner boot seal
SMALL band
end motion type inboard
joint
solid bar,left
fixed enter type
outboard joint
right solid bar
Radiator and air cleaner
13
19 18
13
17
16
15
14
26
6
27
5
21
25
24
23
22
20
12
13
11
7
13
5
10
9
1
8
4
No.
1
2
ERP code
02.D650.04.03.0004
02.D250.09004
Code name
D650.04.03.00.04
D25009004
3
02.D650.04.02.0001
D650.04.02.00.01
4
5
6
7
02.D650.04.02.0003
02.D650.04.02.0003
02.D650.04.02.0002
02.D650.04.02.0003
D650.04.02.00.03
D650.04.02.00.03
D650.04.02.00.02
D650.04.02.00.03
8
02.D800.04.02.02
D800.04.02.02.00
9
10
11
12
02.D800.04.02.01
03.02.6183,1-M6/05
02.D800.01.02.0500
03.01.5787-M6X15/05
D800.04.02.01.00
6183.1-M6
D800.01.02.05.00
5787-M6x15
13
03.01.70.1-M12X1.5X30/05
70.1-M12x1.5x30
3
2
Description
Q'ty
hoop (10-16)
2
overflow bottle hose
1
engine water outlet
1
hose
hoop(25-38),water tube
1
hoop(25-38),water tube
1
engine water inlet hose
1
hoop(25-38),water tube
2
water temperature
1
switch
radiator
1
self-locking nut M6
2
radiator bracket
1
bolt washer M6*15
2
bolt hexagon
4
M12*1.5*30
2
4
2
4
2
1
2
1
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
02.D650.04.02.0006
02.E650.01.02.05A
02.JD.1910003
02.JD.1910002
03.03. 95-Φ6x13x1,5
03.01.5787-M6X25/05
03.01.5787-M6X40/05
03.02.6183,1-M6/05
02.N650.04.05.02
23
02.N650.04.05.0001
24
25
26
02.N650.04.05.01
02.N650.04.05.03
03.01.D818-M6X35
27
02.D650.04.02.0005
D650.04.02.00.06
radiator cushion
E650.01.02.05.00A radiator mounting bar
JD1910003
radiator rubber washer
JD1910002
radiator spacer
95-Φ6x13x1.5
washer %%C6
5787-M6x25
bolt washer M6*25
5787-M6x40
bolt washer M6*40
6183.1-M6
self-locking nut M6
N650.04.05.02.00
air cleaner bracket
hoop(65-82),air
N650.04.05.00.01
cleaner
N650.04.05.01.00
air cleaner
N650.04.05.03.00
air cleaner jacket
D818-M6X35
bolt M6X35
plastic cover of
D650.04.02.00.05
radiator
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
Electric appliance
1
3
2
1
2
5
6
11
9
11
19
12
4
20
21
12
22
8
23
24
7
15
10
16
17
18
14 32
28
26
27
29
13
25
30
31
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
ERP code
02.D1600.06.11
02.D1600.06.11.0001
02.D650.06.00.05
02.D650.06.00.15
02.D1600.06.10
02.D1600.06.10.0001
02.DS250.10.000005
02.JD.0460003
02.D650.06.00.06
02.D650.06.00.16
02.D1600.01.02.0006
02.D650.06.00.04
02.D250.07914A
02.D650.06.00.11A
02.D650.06.00.09
02.D650.06.00.01B
02.D650.06.00.01.01
02.N650.06.06
02.D1600.06.03
02.N650.06.02A
02.N650.06.03
Code name
D1600.06.11.00.00
D1600.06.11.00.01
D650.06.00.05.00
D650.06.00.15.00
D1600.06.10.00.00
D1600.06.10.00.01
DS250.10.00.00.05
JD0460003
D650.06.00.06.00
D650.06.00.16.00
D1600.01.02.00.06
D650.06.00.04.00
D25007914A
D650.06.00.11.00A
D650.06.00.09.00
D650.06.00.01.00B
D650.06.00.01.01
N650.06.06.00.00
D1600.06.03.00.00
N650.06.02.00.00A
N650.06.03.00.00
22
02.N650.06.05
N650.06.05.00.00
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
02.D1600.06.09
D1600.06.09.00.00
02.N650.06.04
N650.06.04.00.00
02.D250.07924
D25007924
02.D800.01.02.06
D800.01.02.06.00
02.D650.08.01.0011
D650.08.01.00.11
03.02.6183.1-M8/05
6183.1-M8
03.01.5787-M8X140/05
5787-M8X140
02.D650.08.01.0001
D650.08.01.00.01
D818-M6X16
818-M6X16
03.02.6183,1-M6/05
6183.1-M6
Description
headlight
headlight bulb(35W/35W)
FL turning signal
FR turning signal
spot light
spot light bulb(30W)
horn button
washer
RR turning signal
RL turning signal
Bracket of speedometer
tail light
flasher apparatus
regulator
horn
harness
relay box
speed sensor
four switch assy
speedometer
tachometer
coolant temperature
indicator
voltmeter
fuel level gauge
flasher coat
battery bracket
battery cover
nut-washer M8
bolt-washer M8*140
battery(36Ah)
Cross head screw M6*16
Self-locking nut M6
Q'ty
2
2
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
Seat and safety belt
1
2
3
J
O
Y
N
E
R
J
O
Y
N
E
R
J
O
Y
N
E
R
J
O
Y
N
E
R
4
5
5
6
7
No.
1
2
3
4
ERP code
02.D650.08.01.0001A
02.D650.08.01.0013
02.D650.08.01.03
02.D650.08.01.04
Code name
D650.08.01.00.01A
D650.08.01.00.13
D650.08.01.03.00
D650.08.01.04.00
5
02.D650.08.01.03.01 D650.08.01.03.01
6
02.D650.08.01.03.01 D650.08.01.03.01
7
02.D650.08.01.03.02 D650.08.01.03.02
Description
safty belt
safty belt tube
left seat
right seat
Track without release
lever
Track without release
lever
Track with release lever
Q'ty
2
4
1
1
2
1
1
Other parts
NO
1
2
3
ERP Code
02.D650.08.05.0008
02.DLJ.270Q-23800
02.DLJ.270Q-40002
Part No.
D650.08.05.00.08
270Q-23800
270Q-40002
Part Description
spark plug wrench
spark plug
Oil Filter wrench
Qty
1
2
1
Front rack option
1
2
4
3
No.
1
ERP code
02.D650.01.02.10
Code name
D650.01.02.10.00
2
03.01.5787-M8X25/05
5787-M8X25
3
03.02.6183,1-M8/05
6183,1-M8
4
02.D650.10.0800
D650.10.08.00.00
Description
front rack
bolt-washer
M8X25
nut M8
front rack
OPTION
Q'ty
1
4
4
1set
Rear rack option
1
3
2
No.
1
2
Code name
02.D650.08.01.01B
03.02.2842-M8/05
Code name
D650.08.01.01.00B
2842-M8
3
02.D650.10.0900
D650.10.09.00.00
Description
rear rack
nut M8
rear rack
OPTION
Q'ty
1
4
1set
Paddock roof rack option
3
4
2
7
1
5
6
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
ERP code
02.D650.01.02.13
02.D650.01.02.15
03.01.D818-M6X35
02.JD.0900008
03.02.6183,1-M6/05
03.02.2842-M10x1.5/05
02.D650.10.11
Code name
D650.01.02.13.00
D650.01.02.15.00
D818-M6X35
JD.0900008
6183,1-M6/05
2842-M10x1.5/05
D650.10.11.00.00
Description
Q'ty
paddock roof rack
1
paddock roof rack plate1.A1
1
bolt M6x35
5
washer
5
nut M6
5
nut M10x1.5
4
Paddock roof rack option
1
Rifle roof rack option
2
3
4
7
1
6
5
No
.
1
02.D650.01.02.12
D650.01.02.12.00
2
02.D650.01.02.16
D650.01.02.16.00
3
4
5
03.01.D818-M6X35
02.JD.0900008
03.02.6183,1-M6/05
03.02.2842-M10x1.5/0
5
02.D650.10.10
6
7
ERP code
Code name
Description
Q'ty
1
03.01.D818-M6X35
02.JD.0900008
03.02.6183,1-M6/05
rifle roof rack
rifle
roof
rack
plate2.A1
bolt M6x35
washer
nut M6
03.02.2842-M10x1.5/05
nut M10x1.5
4
D650.10.10.00.00
Rifle roof rack option
1
1
5
5
5
Nerf roof rack option
forward
5
3
1
4
2
No.
1
2
3
4
5
ERP code
02.SV1100.9999.02
02.SV1100.9999.03
03.01.5787-M10X35 /05
03.02.SJ2842-M10/05
02.D650.10.06
Code name
SV1100.99.99.02.00
SV1100.99.99.03.00
5787-M10X35
SJ2842-M10
D650.10.06.00.00
Description
left nerf bar
right nerf bar
bolt-washer M10X35
nut M10
Nerf roof rack option
Q'ty
1
1
8
8
1
3000B winch option
2
7
1
3
5
6
No.
ERP code
1 02.D650.08.01.06
2 02.D650.08.01.05A
3
4
5
6
7
4
Code name
Description
D650.08.01.06.00 wire calbe guide
D650.08.01.05.00A 3000B electrical winch
electrical winch
02.D650.08.01.05.01 D650.08.01.05.01
switch
electrical control
02.D650.08.01.0502 D650.08.01.05.02
case
03.01.5787-M8X25/05 5787-M8X25
bolt-washer M8X25
03.02.6183,1-M8/05 6183,1-M8
nut M8
02.D650.10.12
D650.10.12.00.00 3000B winch option
Q'ty
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
Spotlight option
5
No.
ERP Code
1 02.D1600.06.10A
2 02.D1600.06.10.0002
03.03.95-φ
3
10X20X1,5/05
Code name
D1600.06.10.00.00A
02.D1600.06.10.0002
95-φ10X20X1,5
4
03.01.5787-M10*20/05
5787-M10*20
5
02.D650.10.02
D650.10.02.00.00
Description
spotlight
spotlight bulb
washer-φ
10X20X1,5
bolt-washer
M10*20
Spotlight option
Q'ty
3
3
3
3
1
Tow ball option
1
4
2
3
No.
ERP Code
1 02.JD.1500004
Code name
JD1500004
2
03.04.93-φ18/05
93-φ18
3
4
03.02.SJ2842-M18/05
02.D650.10.04
SJ2842-M18
D650.10.04.00.00
Description
TOW BALL φ50
spring washer φ
18
nut M18
Tow ball option
Q'ty
1
1
1
1
safty belt tube option
NO
1
ERP Code
02.D650.08.01.0013
Part No.
D650.08.01.00.13
Part Description
safty belt tube
Qty
2
Shock absorber coat option
1
1
2
2
NO
1
2
ERP Code
02. D650.08.01.07.01
02. D650.08.01.07.02
Part No.
D650.08.01.07.01
D650.08.01.07.02
Part Description
Qty
Front shock absorber coat 2
Rear shock absorber coat 2
Tools and bag kit option
12
NO.
ERP Code
Part No.
Part Description
1
2
3
4
02.D650.08.05.0001
02.D650.08.05.0002
02.D650.08.05.0003
02.D650.08.05.0004
D650.08.05.00.01
D650.08.05.00.02
D650.08.05.00.03
D650.08.05.00.04
5
02.JD.1400004
JD1400004
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
02.D650.08.05.0006
02.D650.08.05.0007
D650.08.05.00.06
D650.08.05.00.07
Open-jawed spanner 8~10
Open-jawed spanner 12~14
Open-jawed spanner 13~16
Open-jawed spanner 17~19
Thread-locking anaerobic
adhesive
“-”Screwdriver
“+” Screwdriver
02.D650.08.05.0005
02.D650.08.01.13
02.D650.08.06.0001
02. D650.10.04
D650.08.05.00.05
D650.08.01.13.00
D650.08.06.00.01
D650.10.04.00.00
Long Nose Pliers
Tools bag
Cable tie
Tools and bag kit option
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1set
Envelopment and foam cover option
1
1
4
10
4
2
2
3
3
8
7
9
9
NO.
ERP Code
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
02. D650.08.01.02.01
02. D650.08.01.02.02
02. D650.08.01.02.03
02. D650.08.01.02.04
02. D650.08.01.02.06
D650.08.01.02.01
D650.08.01.02.02
D650.08.01.02.03
D650.08.01.02.04
D650.08.01.02.06
6
02. D650.08.01.02.07
7
8
9
10
02. D250.11770
02.D650.08.01.0010
02. D650.08.01.0005
02. D650.08.01.0800
D650.08.01.02.07
D250.11770
D650.08.01.00.10
D650.08.01.00.05
D650.08.01.08.00
Part Description
Qty
Protect-jacket front, upper
1
Protect-jacket side,upper
2
Protect-jacket rear,upper
1
Protect-jacket side,front
2
Protect-jacket side,rear
2
Small Protect-jacket
2
side,rear
foam cover
4
Entire vehicle cover
1
canvas roof
1
Protect-jacket assy
1SET
Preparation attach instruction
Remove packing
Install the front suspension arm
Install the front suspension arm
frame
1
2
3
4
ard
w
r
fo
4
3
2
1
02.D650.02.01.02
02.D650.02.01.01
02.D650.02.01.04
02.D650.02.01.03
Erp code
D650.02.01.02.00
D650.02.01.01.00
D650.02.01.04.00
D650.02.01.03.00
code name
FR lower suspension arm 1
FR upper suspension arm 1
FL lower suspension arm 1
FL upper suspension arm 1
Description
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1. Install the left upper suspension arm ,F-1,
the left lower suspension arm ,F-2 on the front of frame as the figure above.
2. Install the right suspension arms as above .
Note: Before installing, check the grease in the moving parts,
put 3# Lithium-grease into the moving part if necessary.
3. Jesus Tighten the bolts and nuts with thread glue. )
front shock absorber, stub axle
Attach
Attach tie rod and front whees
Attach tie rod end and front wheel
2
1
3
ard
w
for
3
2
1
No.
tie rod end
stub axle,R
02.S650.03.01.01A
02.S650.03.01.04A
02.D650.05.01.03
Erp code
S650.03.01.01.00A
S650.03.01.04.00A
D650.05.01.03.00
code name
left wheel(27*8-12)
right wheel(27*8-12)
tie rod end
Description
1. Install the shaft of outer tie rod end-1 to stub axle,R
from the underside (nut on top).
2. Install flat washer,spring washer then tighen nut.
Note: don't adjust outer tie rod end as wheel alignment is done before packing.
3. Attach the wheel(27*8-12),FR-2 on the hub, tighten the nuts.
4. Attach the wheel(27*8-12),FL-3 as described above .
1
1
1
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Attach the rear suspension arm
Attach the rear suspension arm
3
6
4
1
5
ard
w
f or
2
4 02.D650.02.02.04
3 02.D650.02.02.03
2 02.D650.02.02.02
1 02.D650.02.02.01
Erp code
D650.02.02.04.00
D650.02.02.03.00
D650.02.02.02.00
D650.02.02.01.00
code name
BL lower suspension arm
BL upper suspension arm
BR lower suspension arm
BR upper suspension arm
Description
1. Attach upper suspension arm,BR -1 on the rear part of frame.
Insert the bolt-6. Tighten the bolts and nuts with threads glue.
2. Attach lower suspension arm,BR -2 on the rear part of frame.
Insert the bolt-5. Tighten the bolts and nuts with thread glue.
Note; apply 3# Lithium-grease to the move part of arm if necessary.
3. Attach lower/upper suspension arm,LB as described above .
1
1
1
1
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Attach propeller shaft and shaft carrier
Attach propeller shaft and shaft carrier
transmission right drive shaft attaching
3
rear right suspension arm
same as page 4
1
2
4
5
The right proppeller shaft
is longer than the left
f
3
2
1
02.D650.03.02.02 D650.03.02.02.00
02.D650.03.02.03 D650.03.02.03.00
02.D650.03.02.0001 D650.03.02.00.01
Erp code
code name
ard
w
or
left proppeller shaft
right proppeller shaft
shaft carrier
Description
1
1
2
Q'ty
1.Check the clip on the output shaft of transmission, confirm the clip is in the groove
on the output shaft of transmission.
2. Insert right proppeller shaft-2 onto the output shaft of transmission, confim the clip
on the output shaft clip in the groove .
3. Put 3# Lithium-grease on the seal area if necessary.
4. Insert other end of right proppeller shaft-2 into shaft carrier-1.
5. Insert bolt into the hole of hub and upper arm. Tighten the bolt and nut with thread glue.
6. Attach lower arm to the hub as above.
7. Tighten the nut-4 with thread glue.
8. Insert pin into the lock-hole on the proppeller shaft, and lock the pin-5.
9. Attach the brake hose to the lower suspension arm with clamp provided.
10. Attach the left side as figure .
Attach rear shock absorber and rear wheel
Attach rear shock absorber and rear wheel
3
lower suspension,BR
2
1
ard
w
r
fo
3
2
1
No.
02.S650.03.02.01A S650.03.02.01.00A wheel (27X11-12),BL
02.S650.03.02.04A S650.03.02.04.00A wheel(27*11-12),BR
D650.02.03.02.00 rear shock absorber
02.D650.02.03.02
Erp code
code name
Description
1. Attach rear shock absorber-1 on the frame and lower suspension,BR.
2. Insert bolt into the hole of shock and lower suspension,BR.
Tighten the bolt and nut with thread glue.
3. Attach wheel (27X11-12),BR-2 on the hub. tighten the nuts.
4. Attach the left side as above .
1
1
2
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Attach rear shock absorber and rear wheel
Attach rear bumper bar
Attach rear bumper bar
rear part of frame
2
1
forw
ard
2 03.01.5787-M12X1,5X30/05
1
02.D650.01.02.06
No.
Erp code
1. Attach the rear bumper bar-1 as figure.
2. Tighten four bolts-2 with thread glue.
5787-M12X1.5X30
D650.01.02.06.00
code name
bolt M12*1.5*30
rear bumper bar
Description
4
1
Q'ty
Attach roll bar
Attach roll bar
1
2
3
nylon bush
4
cage mount welded
frame
forw
4
3
2
1
ard
02.D650.01.02.01B
02.D650.01.02.02B
02.D650.01.02.04
02.D650.01.02.03
Erp code
D650.01.02.01.00B
D650.01.02.02.00B
D650.01.02.04.00
D650.01.02.03.00
code name
1. Attach roll bar as above figure. insert bolts.
2. Tighten all bolts after fixing all roll bar.
Caution: all bolts insert from outer of vehicle to inner.
left roll bar
right roll bar
rear cross bar
front cross bar
Description
1
1
1
1
Q'ty
Attach radiator and cover
Attach radiator and cover
2
water outlet hose of engine
1
temprature switch
water inlet hose of engine
for
wa
rd
2
2 03.01.5787-M12X1,5X30/05 GB/T5787-1986 bolt M12*1.5*30
D800.04.02.01.00
1
radiator
02.D800.04.02.01
Erp code
code name
Description
1. Attach the radiator as above figure, tighten all bolts
Note: check all electrical plug connections are good.
4
1
Q'ty
Attach muffler
Attach the muffler
1
2
3
4
5
7
9
10
11
8
12
6
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
02.D650.04.04.03
D650.04.04.03.00
96 -Φ8x24x2/05
GB/T96 big
02.JD.1910002
JD1910002
02.JD.1910002A
JD1910002A
02.D650.04.04.01B
D650.04.04.01.00B
03.01.5787-M8X30/05 GB/T5787-1986
02.D650.04.04.0008-2 D650.04.04.00.08-2
02.D650.04.04.0008-1 D650.04.04.00.08-1
03.02.6183,1-M8/05 GB/T6177.1-2000
02.D650.04.04.04
D650.04.04.04.00
02.D650.04.04.0009 D650.04.04.00.09
02.D650.04.04.02
D650.04.04.02.00
Erp code
code name
muffer bracket
washer φ8( φ8.4*φ24*2)
spacer
muffler rubber cover
long muffler
bolt-washer M8*30
U clamp screw rod
U clamp mount
self-locking nut
catalac convertor
cushion flange
front exhaust pipe
Description
1. Attach catalyst package-3 to front exhaust pipe -1,
before that you should inset a carbon bush -2 between them.
2. Fix muffler-8 to the bracket -12 ,
and attach the rubber cover-9、spacer-10、washer -11 in turn.
3. tighten all bolt and nut unquestionably.
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
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Attach seats and safety belt
check vehical
DEALER PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION
_______Jumping the vehicle can cause serious damage to the drive train (axle,
transmission, suspension).
_______Injury or death can result from jumping vehicle. Do Not Jump.
_______I understand that the roll bars are cosmetic and a roll over could cause death or
serious injury. The seller is not liable for death or injury.
_______I have inspected all machines for any cosmetic damage and found it/them to be
satisfactory. I further understand that cosmetic damage is NOT covered by any factory
warranties and unless noted here are deemed accepted by me.
_______Sand dunning or desert riding is dangerous. Death or injury could occur. The
seller is not liable for injury or death.
_______I understand all sales are final and that there is no right of rescission, no option
for return or exchange for any vehicle purchased, and that the titled and registered
machines were effectively purchased when I signed the title application.
_______I understand the warranty is 90 day manufacture defect only with the following
not covered: axles, electrical batteries, light bulbs, clutches, turbo cartridges, carburetor
cleaning, piston rings that are scorched from one revving, rims/tires, bearings.
_______I understand that although some lending institutions do not require insurance,
state law DOES require liability insurance and a driver’s license. I also understand that
none of the products offered by the dealer constitutes insurance and a separate policy
would have to be purchases from an outside source to protect my purchase and fulfill
state requirements.
_______I have been shown the VIN number for each machine and they match this form
and all paperwork received.
_______I understand that I have only 72 hours to notify the seller of any issues to the
paperwork or the vehicle.
_______Off Road use only. Driving on paved roads can cause axle or transmission
damage. Both tires turn equally, this is not a limited slip differential. Injury or death can
occur form operating a non DOT vehicle on public roads.
_______Turbo systems, system lessen life of engine, over revving the engine to increase
boost of turbo can cause engine damage. This will not be covered under warranty.
ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
1. PROMISE TO PAY. By signing this contract, Buyer agrees to pay Seller the “TOTAL
DUE”.
2. TIME OF ESSENCE. Time is of the essence of this contract. Sellers acceptance of
partial payments shall not in any manner modify the terms of this contract and such
acceptance shall not be construed as a waiver of any subsequent defaults on Buyer’s
part nor shall it waive the “time is of the essence” provision.
3. NOTICE. Any notice required to be given to Buyer shall be deemed reasonable
notification if
(Ⅰ)mailed by ordinary mail, postage prepaid, to Buyer’s mailing address as shown
on this contract or to Buyer’s most recent address as shown by a “notice of change of
address” on file with Seller, whether or not such notice is actually received by buyer, or(Ⅱ)
if given in any other manner which results in Buyer’s actual receipt of such notice.
4. BAD CHECK. If Buyer pays Seller with a check that is dishonored or unpaid for any
reason, Seller may at Seller’s sole option, terminate this contract and retake the
vehicle, or make claims against Buyer on the check. In addition, Seller will charge
Buyer a $25 returned check charge plus any actual charges assessed by Seller’s
financial institution resulting from such returned check.
5. ATTORNEYS FEES. If it is necessary for Seller to take legal action to enforce any of
seller’s rights under this contract, Buyer agrees to pay to the extent permitted by law,
the seller‘s reasonable attorneys fees and court costs.
6. GENERAL. This contract is governed by applicable federal law and the laws of the
State of Arizona. Any provisions found to be invalidate the remainder hereof, Waiver
of any default shall not constitute waiver of any subsequent default. All words used
herein shall be construed to be of such gender and number as the circumstances
require. The contract shall be binding upon Buyer’s heirs, personal representatives,
successors and assigns and shall inure to the benefit of Seller’s successors and
assigns. This contract constitutes the entire agreement between the parties with
respect to the subject matter herein, and may not be altered or amended unless made
in writing and duty executed by Seller.
7. CASH DEPOSIT. If Buyer fails or refuses to accept delivery of any Vehicle or product
or fails to comply with this contract, Seller may keep any cash deposit as liquidated
damages, to the extent not prohibited by law. The deposit may also be used
reimburse Seller for any expenses and losses Seller incurs or suffers as a result of
Buyer’s failure or refusal to accept deliver of the Vehicle or product or to comply with
this contract. Such expenses and losses may include Seller s reasonable attorney’s
fees.
8. NON-DELIVERY. Seller is not liable for failure to deliver or for delay in delivering the
Vehicle or other product where such failure or delay is due, in whole or in part, to any
cause beyond Seller’s control or without Seller’s fault or negligence,
9. RISK OF LOSS, INSURANCE. The risk of loss to the Vehicle or any other items
covered by this invoice passes to Buyer upon delivery of the Vehicle or other goods to
Buyer at the address set forth on this invoice for shipment to Buyer or such other
place of receipt designated by Buyer. Buyer is responsible for maintaining its own
theft and liability insurance coverage for the Vehicle.
10. AGE. Buyer represents and warrants to Seller that Buyer is over the age of majority
and is fully competent to enter into this contract. Buyer acknowledges that Seller is
relying on this representation in entering into and performing this contract.
ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
1. PROMISE TO PAY. By signing this contract, Buyer agrees to pay Seller the “TOTAL
DUE”.
2. TIME OF ESSENCE. Time is of the essence of this contract, Seller’s acceptance of
partial payments shall not in any manner modify the terms of this contract and such
acceptance shall not be construed as a waiver of any subsequent defaults on
Buyer’s part nor shall it waive the “time is of the essence” provision.
3. NOTICE. Any notice required to be given to Buyer shall be deemed reasonable
notification if(Ⅰ)mailed by ordinary mail, postage prepaid, to Buyer’s mailing address
as shown on this contract or to Buyer’s most recent address as shown by a “notice of
change of address” on file with Seller, whether or not such notice is actually received
by Buyer, or (Ⅱ) if given in any other manner which results in Buyer’s actual receipt of
such notice.
4. BAD CHECK. If Buyer pays Seller with a check that is dishonored or unpaid for any
reason, Seller may at Seller’s sole option, terminate this contract and retake the
vehicle, or make claims against Buyer on the check. In addition, Seller will charge
Buyer a $25 returned check charge plus any actual charges assessed by Seller’s
financial institution resulting from such returned check.
5. ATTORNEYS FEES. If it is necessary for Seller to take legal action to enforce any of
Seller’s rights under this contract. Buyer agrees to pay to the extent permitted by law,
the seller’s reasonable attorney’s fees and court costs.
6. GENERAL. This contract is governed by applicable federal law and the laws of the
State of Arizona. Any provisions found to be invalid shall not invalidate the remainder
hereof. Waiver of any default shall not constitute waiver of any subsequent default. All
words used herein shall be construed to be of such gender and number as the
circumstances require. The contract shall be binding upon Buyer’s heirs, personal
representatives, successors and assigns and shall inure to the benefit of Seller‘s
successors and assigns. This contract constitutes the entire agreement between the
parties with respect to the subject matter herein, and may not be altered or amended
unless made in writing and duly executed by Seller.
7. CASH DEPOSIT. If Buyer fails or refuses to accept delivery of any Vehicle or product
or fails to comply with this contract, Seller may keep any cash deposit as liquidated
damages, to the extent not prohibited by law. The deposit may also be used to
reimburse Seller for any expenses and losses Seller incurs or suffers as a result of
Buyer’s failure or refusal to accept delivery of the Vehicle or product or to comply with
this contract. Such expenses and losses may include Seller’s reasonable and loses
Seller incurs or suffers as a result of Buyer’s failure or refusal to accept delivery of the
Vehicle or product or to comply with this contract .Such expenses and losses may
include Seller’s reasonable attorney’s fees.
8. NON-DELIVERY. Seller is not liable for failure to deliver or for delay in delivering the
vehicle or other product where such failure or delay is due. In whole or in part, to any
cause beyond Seller’s control or without Seller’s fault or negligence.
9. RISK OF LOSS: INSURANCE. The risk of loss to the vehicle or any other items
covered by this invoice passes to Buyer upon delivery of the vehicle or other goods to
Buyer at the address set forth on this invoice for shipment to Buyer or such other
place of receipt designated by Buyer. Buyer is responsible for maintaining its own
theft and liability insurance coverage for the vehicle.
AGE. Buyer represents and warrants to Seller that Buyer is over the age of majority and
is fully competent to enter into contact. Buyer acknowledges that Seller is relying on this
representation in entering into performing this contract.
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