ATV How To, MadRamps Guides

MAD-RAMPS ATV Maintenance Guide

August 22, 2019
By Chad Wall

Following a regular maintenance schedule ensures that your ATV will run smoothly and safely every time you take it out for a spin. Whether it’s cleaning the air filter or replacing a spark plug, make sure to refer to your ATV operator’s manual for specific instructions regarding your model. 

Maintenance to perform every 100 hours (or 600 miles):

  • Clean air cleaner
  • Inspect and make any necessary repairs to the air cleaner housing draining tube
  • Inspect all spark plugs; replace or clean if necessary
  • Replace engine oil and engine oil filter
  • Inspect radiator coolant and top off if necessary
  • Inspect brake fluid and top off if necessary
  • Clean the spark arrester

Maintenance to perform every 200 hours (or 1200 miles):

  • Clean air cleaner
  • Inspect and make any necessary repairs to the air cleaner housing draining tube
  • Inspect all spark plugs; replace or clean if necessary
  • Replace engine oil and engine oil filter
  • Inspect radiator coolant and top off if necessary
  • Inspect brake fluid and top off if necessary
  • Inspect the wear on brake pads and shoes; replace if necessary
  • Clean the spark arrester

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Articles

ATV Ramp Safety 101

When you're getting ready for a fun day of riding the trails on your ATV, you want to load your ATV and get there as.

Read More »

The Ultimate Guide to Hauling Your ATV

There are many different ways to haul an ATV or UTV, but hauling an ATV in your truck bed has been a very common practice.

Read More »

Get Rid of Your ATV Ramp

Traditional ATV ramps and ATV trailers are how many people have been loading and unloading their ATVs for decades. Both of these methods come with.

Read More »

Get in Touch

Today, the MAD-Ramps Pivoting Ramp System is revolutionizing the way ATV, UTV, and Snowmobile riders load, unload, and transport their machines.

Contact Us