XTV Chain Maintenance

While you may not be able to see them, the chains on your Argo are critical to its performance. Here’s what you need to know about inspecting, lubricating and replacing the chains on an XTV so you can keep your vehicle running smoothly. Chain Lubrication Chains should be lubricated every 10 hours of operation or […]
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Argo XTV Drive Belt Maintenance

Argo’s transmissions are part CVT and part geared transmission, getting the most out of the engine while offering a low range without a transfer case. While unique, it still has a belt like any other CVT, and that belt can wear or break, cutting the connection between the engine and the wheels. Here’s how you […]
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Making Steep Climbs in Your XTV

Thanks to its low center of gravity, an Argo XTV is four times less likely to roll over compared to a standard UTV. This lets it tackle climbs that would be impossible in regular off-road vehicles, but it’s still possible to get overconfident and end up being injured or damaging your vehicle. Here’s what you need […]
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How to Steer an Argo XTV

To simplify the hull design and reduce the center of gravity, Argo’s XTVs don’t have a steering rack. Instead, they use a braking system that slows down one side of the vehicle to make turns. While similar systems are used on skid steer loaders, there’s nothing that handles quite like an XTV. The Principles of […]
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Installing Tracks on Your XTV

Adding a set of tracks spreads out the weight of your XTV, giving it better traction and flotation so it can cross sand, snow, and mud without getting bogged down. Getting them to work right requires the right tire setup, the right axle length and the right tread length. Here’s how you can turn a […]
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Using an Argo XTV in the Water

For most buyers, the main reason they buy an Argo XTV is for its amphibious abilities. Giant tires and a sealed hull give these vehicles the ability to traverse small stretches of water, letting them reach places that no other vehicle can get to. Here’s Know the Limits of Your XTV Weight limits for water […]
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Driving an XTV in Winter Weather

An XTV is a great alternative to snowmobiles, able to operate on snow, ice, water and bare ground. However, making use these abilities also puts you at greater risk of injury. Taking precautions ahead of time and knowing what do to when disaster strikes can ensure your safety. “Safer” Doesn’t Mean “Safe” Your XTV is […]
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