Kinder ATV Support Page

Assembly:  These are very easy to assemble, (for will call customers, we will assemble them for no charge).  Basically, just unbolt the crate, lift the ATV, put on the wheels, put on the nut, tighten, place the cotter pin through the nut and slip on the plastic cover.  Hook up the battery.  Check the oil level, tire air pressure and adjust the brakes.  Fill gas, and you're ready to go.  All the Kinder's have electric start, automatic choke and a fully automatic transmission.

Known Issues and recommendations:

Throttle Limiter:  There is a throttle limiter screw which can slow the bike down.  The factory has set it open on the 100cc (for beginners and younger kids, set it down until they get used to it; the 100 can easily jump out there and startle the kid if he/she isn't used to it.).  On the 50, the default is to severely limit it, so if you think it is gutless, turn up the throttle by backing the screw out (wait until your youngster is comfortable controlling the ATV).

Tires going flat:  One customer has reported that the tire bead came loose and the tire went flat.  He took it to Les Schwab and was told that this is common for ATVs (they all use low tire pressure).  The solution is to install an inner tube, which is available at Les Schwab (and most tire dealers) for about $13.

 

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