AMERICAN SPORTWORKS 200 SERIES OWNER'S MANUAL Pdf Download (2024)

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Table of Contents

  • Table of Contents

  • Warranty Information

  • Emissions Control System Warranty

  • 2 Vehicle Controls and Operation
    • Controls and Features

    • Vehicle Features and Locations

      • Are You Ready to Drive

      • Is Your Vehicle Ready to Drive

        • Starting Instructions

        • Safe Driving Precautions

        • Starting Instructions

        • Control Speed

  • 3 Unit Service
    • Tire/Wheel Replacement

      • Do Not Perform Stunts

      • Front End Alignment

    • Front and Rear Shock Adjustment

      • Fuse Replacement

      • General Lubrication

      • Engine Lubrication

        • Air Filter

    • Intake Cleaning - Engine Cooling Fan

      • Spark Plug

      • Chain Lubrication and Adjustment

        • Shifter Adjustment

        • Carburetor
        • General Cleaning

        • Storage Instruction

        • Accessories

        • Fastener Torque Chart

      • Replacement Parts and Service
  • 4 Specifications
    • Dimensions

    • Engine
    • Capacities

    • Periodic Check and Service Table

      • Electrical Schematic

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SUBJECT

I - General Information and Safety

II - Vehicle Controls and Operation

III - Unit Service

IV - Specifications

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents--------------------------------------------------------------- 1

Warranty Information------------------------------------------------------------- 2

Emissions Control System Warranty ------------------------------------------------- 2

Vehicle Records ---------------------------------------------------------------- 3

Foreword --------------------------------------------------------------------- 4

Important Safety Information-------------------------------------------------- 4 - 11

Warnings and Cautions ------------------------------------------------------ 4 - 7

Some Words About Safety ---------------------------------------------------

Safety Labels ----------------------------------------------------------- 8 - 9

Qualifications for Users -------------------------------------------------

Controls and Features ---------------------------------------------------- 12 - 17

Vehicle Features and Locations --------------------------------------------------- 18

Are You Ready To Drive? ------------------------------------------------- 19 - 20

Is Your Vehicle Ready to Drive? ------------------------------------------- 20 - 23

Starting Instructions ------------------------------------------------------- 23 - 24

Safe Driving Precautions -------------------------------------------------- 24 - 26

Tire/Wheel Replacement ------------------------------------------------------ 26

Front End Alignment --------------------------------------------------------- 27

Front and Rear Shock Adjustment ------------------------------------------------- 27

Fuse Replacement ------------------------------------------------------------ 27

General Lubrication ----------------------------------------------------------- 28

Engine Lubrication ------------------------------------------------------------ 28

Air Filter ------------------------------------------------------------------ 29

Intake Cleaning - Engine Cooling Fan -------------------------------------------- 29

Spark Plug ---------------------------------------------------------------- 29

Chain Lubrication and Adjustment ----------------------------------------------- 30

Shifter Adjustment ----------------------------------------------------------

Carburetor ---------------------------------------------------------------- 31

General Cleaning ------------------------------------------------------------ 31

Storage Instruction ----------------------------------------------------------- 31

Fastener Torque Chart --------------------------------------------------------

Accessories ----------------------------------------------------------------- 32

Replacement Parts and Service -------------------------------------------------- 32

Dimensions ------------------------------------------------------------------ 33

Engine ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 33

Capacities ------------------------------------------------------------------ 33

Periodic Check and Service Table ---------------------------------------------- 34

Electrical Schematic --------------------------------------------------------- 35

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Summary of Contents for American Sportworks 200 Series

  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Accessories ----------------------------------------------------------------- 32 Replacement Parts and Service -------------------------------------------------- 32 IV - Specifications Dimensions ------------------------------------------------------------------ 33 Engine ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 33 Capacities ------------------------------------------------------------------ 33 Periodic Check and Service Table ---------------------------------------------- 34 Electrical Schematic --------------------------------------------------------- 35 PAGE 1 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 2: Warranty Information

    EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM WARRANTY STATEMENT The Emission Control System Warranty on your American Sportworks vehicle is covered by Geason Enterprises, LLC dba Geason Powersports YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Geason Enterprises, LLC dba Geason Powersports (hereinafter “Geason Powersports”) are pleased to explain the emission control system warranty on your 2012 and later Off-Road ATV.
  • Page 3: Vehicle Records

    Model: __ __200 AMERICAN SPORTWORKS LIMITED WARRANTY American SportWorks (hereinafter referred to as “ASW”), hereby warrants to the original purchaser, that the frame components of new ASW vehicles will be free from defects in material and workmanship. The period of warranty is (1) year from date of purchase for the component parts (except as noted below), and (1) year from the date of purchase for the frame and (1) year from the date of purchase for the engine.
  • Page 4: Foreword

    CAUTION Indicates a potential hazard which may result in personal injury or damage to the machine. NOTE: Use of the word “NOTE” will alert you to key information or instructions. PAGE 4 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 5 If the passenger restraint system is not properly used by the operator and/or passengers, loss of control and possible personal injury and/or vehicle damage can occur. PAGE 5 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 6 When working on, around, or restarting engine, use extreme caution to avoid contact with the muffler, cylinder head or any potentially hot area on or around the engine. b. Ensure that all guards are in place prior to starting the engine. PAGE 6 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 7 3. If the vehicle should start making unusual noise or vibrating abnormally, the engine should be stopped and the spark plug wire disconnected. The vehicle should then be checked for damage. Excessive noise or vibration is generally a warning of loose or worn parts. PAGE 7 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 8: Some Words About Safety

    The following labels have been applied to your unit and should be considered as permanent parts of the vehicle. If a label should come off, become hard to read, or become damaged, contact your dealer or American SportWorks Customer Service department for warning label replacements. PAGE 8 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL –...
  • Page 9 PAGE 9 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 10: Qualifications For Users

    Passengers shall remain seated with arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times during vehicle operation. PAGE 10 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 11 14. Vehicle components shall be maintained and repaired in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications and utilizing only the manufacturer’s authorized replacement parts with installation performed by designated dealers or other skilled persons. PAGE 11 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 12: Vehicle Controls And Operation

    Do not operate this unit if pedal or engine throttle linkage fail to return to the idle position. If unable to correct the problem through lubrication, adjustment or replacement of worn parts, contact your dealer for assistance. PAGE 12 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 13 Never operate this vehicle when the seat is not securely locked into position. Serious injury or death could occur due to loss of control. Always make seat adjustments with the vehicle fully stopped and the engine shut off. PAGE 13 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 14 Damage to the vehicle will occur if the unit is shifted into a different gear while the vehicle is still in motion. ALWAYS bring the vehicle to a complete stop before selecting a different gear. PAGE 14 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 15 “OFF” position. To dump the bed, unlatch and lower the tailgate. Standing to the side of the unit, pull the release lever upwards then manually tilt the bed to dump the load. After dumping, the bed and tailgate should be securely latched. PAGE 15 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 16 Ensure that towed items fall within the listed load ratings AND are approved devices. Exceeding the rated load, or using unapproved devices, will cause damage to both the drawbar hitch and engine drive-train that is not covered by warranty. PAGE 16 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 17 Note: Return the fuel valve to the ON position after refueling. If the valve is left in the RESERVE position you may run out of fuel and have no reserve. PAGE 17 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 18: Vehicle Features And Locations

    STEERING WHEEL FUEL TANK MANUAL DUMP CARGO BED CUP HOLDER BED LATCH FUEL VALVE HIP GUARD ADJUSTABLE SEAT RUNNING LIGHTS BUMPER UNDER-SEAT STORAGE THROTTLE PEDAL PARKING BRAKE BRAKE PEDAL SHIFT LEVER PAGE 18 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 19: Are You Ready To Drive

    Sturdy boots to help protect feet, ankles, and lower legs. Gloves to help protect your hands Driver Training Developing your driving skills is an ongoing process. Even if you are and experienced driver, take time PAGE 19 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 20: Is Your Vehicle Ready To Drive

    Improperly maintaining this vehicle or failing to correct a problem before driving can cause an accident resulting in serious injury or death. Always perform a pre-drive inspection before every drive and correct any problems. PAGE 20 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 21 Ensure that all warning decals Replace as necessary are legible and securely attached Tread – 1/8” min depth Tires Replace as necessary Pressure – 15 PSI with gauge Inflate as necessary PAGE 21 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 22 Replace as necessary extend and retract, ensure that latches are operational Operation – Ensure that seat Bed and Seat Latch or Adjust as necessary Latches and Bed latches are secured PAGE 22 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 23: Starting Instructions

    8. Adjust the choke by pushing it in slowly. If the engine starts to run rough, pull the choke control out slightly and then continue to push the choke control in after the engine can accept small applications PAGE 23 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 24: Safe Driving Precautions

    Off-Road Use: Unless specified as a street legal LSV, your vehicle and its tires are designed and manufactured for off-road use only, not for use on paved surfaces. Driving on paved surfaces can affect the vehicle handling, control, and cause excessive wear to your tires. PAGE 24 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 25: Control Speed

    Operating this vehicle at excessive speeds increases your chances of losing control of the vehicle, resulting in an accident. Always drive at a speed that is appropriate for your skill, your vehicle, the terrain, visibility and other operating conditions. PAGE 25 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 26: Unit Service

    It is only necessary to remove the 4 lug nuts to remove the wheel. (See Figure) Wheel nuts should be tightened and torqued to 36 lb-ft. WHEEL ATTACHMENT PAGE 26 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 27: Front End Alignment

    “good” fuse. Close the fuse holder. A spare fuse is located inside the fuse holder. Fuse replacement is PN14231, 15amp glass fuse b. A 15amp blade style fuse is found behind the dash. It protects the 12V power outlet. PAGE 27 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 28: General Lubrication

    Add oil when necessary to keep the oil level between the bottom of the dipstick and the “O” mark. NOTE: Be sure to check the oil level BEFORE EACH USE of the vehicle. PAGE 28 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 29: Air Filter

    Before installing the spark plug, coat the threads lightly with graphite lubricant to ensure easier removal of the plug in the future. d. Spark plug should be replaced once a year for optimum engine performance. PAGE 29 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 30: Chain Lubrication And Adjustment

    Loosen adjustment nuts #3 and #4, pulling the cable housing to draw the #2 control cable tight. Re-tighten nuts #3 and #4 when the cable is properly tensioned. PAGE 30 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 31: Carburetor

    If this unit is stored outside, there is a potential for the air box to collect water. To prevent water from damaging the engine, any trapped water should be drained prior to each use by opening the drain tube located on the bottom side of the air box. PAGE 31 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 32: Fastener Torque Chart

    Record the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) in the spaces provided at the front of this manual. The found on the vehicle frame, VIN is both hard tagged and in UPC symbol form on the vehicle and can be driver’s side, under the bed PAGE 32 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 33: Specifications

    Suspension-Rear ------------------------------------------------- Spring over shock with 2.0”(60mm) of travel WEIGHT Dry Weight ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 314Kg / 690lbs WARRANTY Components / Frame / Engine ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 year * The specifications are subject to change without notice. PAGE 33 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
  • Page 34: Periodic Check And Service Table

    R (20 hr) CHASSIS C, I CARBURETOR VALVE CLEARANCE SHIFTER ADJUSTMENT CHAIN TENSION C, A, L BATTERY A: adjust C: clean I: inspect, clean or replace if necessary. L: lubricate R: replace PAGE 34 OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL – 200 SERIES PART NUMBER 14833R3...
AMERICAN SPORTWORKS 200 SERIES OWNER'S MANUAL Pdf Download (2024)

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Where is the battery in a LandMaster UTV? ›

THERE ARE 5 BATTERIES ON THE HYBRID UNITS (LM650H / LMC4H / LM650P / LMC4P) 1 12V - utility class battery for starting power. 4 12V Trojan AGM sealed batteries for the 48V side – two are located under the seat and two under the hood. One on each side in the wheel well area.

Who makes Chuck Wagon UTV? ›

The Chuck Wagons from American SportWorks are known for their reliability, budget-friendly prices, and price-to-feature ratio.

Who makes the LandMaster UTV? ›

American SportWorks, the parent company of LandMaster UTV, designs and manufactures all engines used in their UTVs. Their engines are designed to provide reliable power and performance while keeping emissions low. All American LandMaster UTV engine components meet or exceed industry standards for safety and efficiency.

How long should a UTV battery last? ›

On average, a flooded lead acid ATV battery will last you between two and three years. An AGM battery averages out to between three and five years. Lithium iron phosphate batteries outperform the other two types and are capable of lasting as long as eight to ten years.

Can you jump a UTV battery? ›

Jump starting your UTV can be a simple and straightforward process if you have the right tools and knowledge. It's important to take the time to assess the situation and connect the jumper cables correctly.

What engine does American LandMaster use? ›

Our strongest machines are built with the industry's leading commercial-grade engines. Introducing the VANGUARD 570cc and the VANGUARD 627cc air-cooled engines. These engines have higher torque and increased speed and are built to withstand constant usage and harsh environments.

Is American SportWorks still in business? ›

American SportWorks was purchased on November 14th, 2014, by Ambassador Enterprises. Ambassador is an equity firm that purchases and invests in over 47 companies to find ways to improve them and make them profitable. In 2016, ASW re-branded its UTV line, naming it LandMaster.

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What happened to the Landmaster? ›

After making an occasional local car show appearances, the Landmaster was vandalized while in storage, and then sold to legendary automobile customizer Gene Winfield.

What side-by-side to stay away from? ›

Since you asked, My rule of thumb is to stay away from Polaris. I know some love and swear by them but overall polaris has way more issues than any other MFGR. Honda and yamaha have had great track records for me.

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On most Polaris RANGER vehicles, the battery is located under the seat. Accessing the battery requires removing the seat. Seat removal instructions can be found in your Owner's Manual. On RANGER CREW models, the battery can be found under the rear seat.

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In conclusion, using a solar panel trickle charger is an effective way to improve the battery life of your side by side or UTV. It is a cost-effective, eco-friendly, and can help to prolong the life of your battery. It may take longer to charge the battery but it will help to maintain the battery in the long run.

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