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Jim Seifert

Lindon, UT

#1 Jul 10, 2006
I've seen a number of Chineese atv's for sale on ebay. They are being sold at a much lower price. Does anyone have any
experience with them? Are they reliable and well built or
just cheap junk? Any feed back will be appreciated.
connie

Beijing, China

#2 Jul 11, 2006
Dear sir:
My name is connie. Our company specializes in designing, manufacturing and marketing Dirt Bike and All Terrain Vehicle series and providing comprehensive service. We'd like to introduce our ATV products to you.If there is possible to cooperate,please contact me!
Yours sincerely,
connie
Company : Chongqing Longting Power Equiment Co., Ltd.
Website: http://www.china-atv.com/index.aspx
MSN: zhouying172@hotmail.com
connie

Beijing, China

#3 Jul 11, 2006
By the way,although the price of chineese atv is lower ,but the quality is high. We also have many dealers in the US and Canada.
If you have any question please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thank you in advance.

My MSN is :zhouying172@hotmail.com
Mike

Miami, FL

#4 Jul 12, 2006
connie wrote:
By the way,although the price of chineese atv is lower ,but the quality is high. We also have many dealers in the US and Canada.
If you have any question please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thank you in advance.
My MSN is :zhouying172@hotmail.com
not in this lifetime = if you really want sell chinese atv you better build them as good as the those nasty japs
non bias

Guelph, Canada

#5 Oct 18, 2006
that was a nasty comment from fl.
Do not do it

United States

#6 Oct 27, 2006
On 9-22-06, My siblings and I stood by my brothers bed in ICU with his wife and two older children. For 72 hours we watched his head swell to the size of a basketball. He had 4 skull fractures and every rib was busted which lacerated his lungs. After three weeks of no reponse, we all gathered with the priest and neuro surgeon...On 10-9-06, he was admitted to hospice and died on 10-17-06. His wife and four children miss him. So does his 4 brothers and 4 sisters and parents.
Greg was only 50 years young.
a77dodgevan

United States

#7 Oct 31, 2006
i bought my son a fushion,90cc atv last christmas,o5.so far he has had a load of fun.much more valuable than the 800.00 i paid for the unit.it has yet to fail me .i even ride it and im 270lbs.however im looking for me my own china brand now.thx chris,fl
joe2

Harrisville, WV

#8 Mar 10, 2007
Jim Seifert wrote:
I've seen a number of Chineese atv's for sale on ebay. They are being sold at a much lower price. Does anyone have any
experience with them? Are they reliable and well built or
just cheap junk? Any feed back will be appreciated.
my daughter bought me one of them things . they are not worth scrap metel prices . for over one year there is not more than 30 hours of riding at aprice of $1600 . I will tell any one dont waste your money on any of them chinese junkers.all it is a pretty piece of junk .( as of now it still wont run) I could not get any help from the big toy store in ohio where it was bought. they were rude unhelpful . I cant say one good word for them
Miketv

United States

#9 May 26, 2007
No place to ride they says = You are not a property owner? Then people who are not property owners are riders for sport only. "sport ATV rider" = racing around acting retarded. Property owners are looking out for the safety of their children, pets & gardens (thats what sane people get food from & these gardens are not able to be run over and still bring food to your tables). ATV er's Enjoying a sport = wanting to produce noise & speed & not a bunch else, certainly not fun or adventure.
Back during a bit over a decade ago people wanted to ride a big motorcycle to an actual somewhere (man where has everyone's sense of adventure gone anymore now consigned to a wuss circle of whining hornets), a destination to see roads & sunrises across the country (weren't on super charged ATV's going around in a wuss circle).(They also knew how to hunt without a bunch of barking wuss dogs everybody has now but thats another story.) How the times have de- evolved humans some more.(only ten years !)
Riding at power lines = quite retarded. Did you know you can electrocuted and becomes a statistic if you hit that power box? Power lines also do not get kids "off the street" but rather while do drugs & whore out there they bring their street activities nearer to home owners leading to vandalism. There are plenty of YMCAS if children have the will to get off streets & do anything positive.
Another thing: Why should anyone have these ATV trails if we horse back riders are not funded out trails god damn it.
Some of you riders don't fit into the mold alright. You got mold for brains.
Go purchase some land & then use them responsibly. If you wanna race then race cars like sane person on roads provided. Not go hit power line boxes & blow up yourself or leg from body. People dump their washing machine parts & cow bones there. So there are plenty of dangerous stuff that pops up at these areas.
(Hey I hate SUV beotches w. little league etc. & their football, baseball / softball fields. I see the issue with their SUV over sized ass dumn stuff. I also dont see anyone catering to them. They pay for their own fields somehow parents & coalitions get payments made.)
People whining about not having a place to ride keep saying: GIVE but A. if bought own land then you'd have a place, well then plan ahead to buy adjoining properties B. build your own place and properly fund yourselves (PWT speak translated: save up piggy banks & collect them all & Pay money to ride at your own home made park, with a license or two one of you could open one !) 0-o
Miketv

United States

#10 May 26, 2007
oh yeah and Chinese atv are cheap & dumb. I might buy one when you all STOP BLOWING UP OUR SATELLITES GOOF BALL BEOTCHES !
Danny

United States

#11 Jun 11, 2007
Jim Seifert wrote:
I've seen a number of Chineese atv's for sale on ebay. They are being sold at a much lower price. Does anyone have any
experience with them? Are they reliable and well built or
just cheap junk? Any feed back will be appreciated.
I bought three of them last year for Christmas. Santa Clause brought two of them one for my four yr. old son and one for my six yr. old daughter. I could not wait to play with mine so it conveniently came early... We have had nothing but fun with them!!! We bought two 110cc four wheelers with the sport look and the colored wheels and mine is the 250cc liquid cooled sport four wheeler. The only problem that I keep having with mine is the bolts will not stay on that keep the chain tight but with some lock tight and I think I will have that problem fixed. The other day I jumped it every bit of four to five feet in high and bottomed out all four shock with no problem at all. I am looking to upgrade the shocks for a more comfortable ride and also buy a rear sprocket that will get it more top end. The torque is great on all of them hill climbing is not a problem at all and they are great on the trails. You will have to put it together when you get it so be prepared for some assembley, but that is kind of fun too...
Danny

United States

#12 Jun 11, 2007
Jim Seifert wrote:
I've seen a number of Chineese atv's for sale on ebay. They are being sold at a much lower price. Does anyone have any
experience with them? Are they reliable and well built or
just cheap junk? Any feed back will be appreciated.
I dont know why it posted me from VA. I am in Fort Worth, Texas. Thank you very much
Miketv

United States

#13 Jun 27, 2007
haha I am at Miami, Florida and this thing ALWAYs post me as VA?. strange
Mike

Rochester, NY

#14 Oct 11, 2007
I have a few of these - A Dirt Bike and 2 - 4-wheelers. I paid 1800.00 for all 3. Each had minor assembly and I went through each bolt to make sure the assembly was tight. Some were loose so check!!!

After 3 years... I have not had one breakdown nor did I have to replace a plug in them. Me and the family ride hard.

I owned a Honda that broke down numerous times.
Danny

Grand Prairie, TX

#15 Oct 26, 2007
Have you thought of replacing the shocks with oiled filled shocks for a better ride?

Here is something that you might like, I put car fog lights on the front of mine (4 wheeler 250) I got them from Auto Zone they have the led ring of lights around the out side like the BMW car lights and they also have strobe lights kind of emergency flashers and of coarse the lights them selves are really bright. You can run them independently from on another. They will run down the battery if I run them to long though. I know that there has to a larger charging unit or alternator kind of thing that I could put on it so it would take care of the battery running down, but for now its pretty cool.
conman

Lake City, FL

#17 Nov 11, 2007
chinese atv wont start, changed cdi box, checked ignition coil (we have 2) not that, and changed spark plug;turns over but won't catch to crank-please help- we also drained gas tank in case there was water in it
Danny

Grand Prairie, TX

#18 Dec 22, 2007
I dont have any idea about how to work on many things at all, but I do have one sugesition did you try the quick stop (Red) switich on the handle bars?
Danny

Grand Prairie, TX

#19 Dec 22, 2007
I thought of something else that I have had to replace a couple of times in the first year, the fuel filter. I bet one of these suggestions is the problem that you’re having. I would try the fuel filter first.
nice

Cincinnati, OH

#20 Dec 24, 2007
Miketv wrote:
No place to ride they says = You are not a property owner? Then people who are not property owners are riders for sport only. "sport ATV rider" = racing around acting retarded. Property owners are looking out for the safety of their children, pets & gardens (thats what sane people get food from & these gardens are not able to be run over and still bring food to your tables). ATV er's Enjoying a sport = wanting to produce noise & speed & not a bunch else, certainly not fun or adventure.
Back during a bit over a decade ago people wanted to ride a big motorcycle to an actual somewhere (man where has everyone's sense of adventure gone anymore now consigned to a wuss circle of whining hornets), a destination to see roads & sunrises across the country (weren't on super charged ATV's going around in a wuss circle).(They also knew how to hunt without a bunch of barking wuss dogs everybody has now but thats another story.) How the times have de- evolved humans some more.(only ten years !)
Riding at power lines = quite retarded. Did you know you can electrocuted and becomes a statistic if you hit that power box? Power lines also do not get kids "off the street" but rather while do drugs & whore out there they bring their street activities nearer to home owners leading to vandalism. There are plenty of YMCAS if children have the will to get off streets & do anything positive.
Another thing: Why should anyone have these ATV trails if we horse back riders are not funded out trails god damn it.
Some of you riders don't fit into the mold alright. You got mold for brains.
Go purchase some land & then use them responsibly. If you wanna race then race cars like sane person on roads provided. Not go hit power line boxes & blow up yourself or leg from body. People dump their washing machine parts & cow bones there. So there are plenty of dangerous stuff that pops up at these areas.
(Hey I hate SUV beotches w. little league etc. & their football, baseball / softball fields. I see the issue with their SUV over sized ass dumn stuff. I also dont see anyone catering to them. They pay for their own fields somehow parents & coalitions get payments made.)
People whining about not having a place to ride keep saying: GIVE but A. if bought own land then you'd have a place, well then plan ahead to buy adjoining properties B. build your own place and properly fund yourselves (PWT speak translated: save up piggy banks & collect them all & Pay money to ride at your own home made park, with a license or two one of you could open one !) 0-o
sounds like your property was handed to you buy your mommy and daddy so please take your little eco friendly car and your property that was given to you by the hard work of others and lay off of the people trying to have a little fun in there lives not all of us want to hug trees and drive mini compact cars that get 50mpg and go 40mph relax youll be superised how much easier life can be
lynlloyd99

United States

#21 Jan 17, 2008
tuff machines had two for for 2 1/2 years many miles and no problems

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