General Maintenance

Simple Tune Up- engine oil, oil filter(s), spark plug(s), inspect air filter. This will cover your most important components of a healthy running engine.

Safety Inspection- Whether you have recently purchased your machine or just want to give your machine a thorough safety check for the riding season, our Safety Inspection checklists are a great way to ensure your safety for the year to come:

Street/Offroad Inspection-  Based on the essential T-CLOCK inspection, this will ensure your safety on your bike, that way you can enjoy the scenery instead of worrying what that awful noise might be.

ATV/UTV Inspection-  over the years of giving bikes a “once over”, we developed a few essential things to look at to ensure your safety on the trails or track.

Full Engine Repair

  • Valve adjustment
  • Top End Repair (piston/ring replacement)
  • Cylinder Boring/Honing
  • Cylinder Replating
  • Bottom End repair
  • Case Splitting
  • Flywheel Pulling
  • Crank Rebuilding
  • Complete Top and Bottom End Repair


  • Custom Roll Cage Creation
  • Roll Cage strengthening
  • Roll Cage Repair
  • Frame Alteration
  • Frame Strengthening
  • Custom Bumper Creation
  • Custom Spare Tire Holder
  • Custom Fuel Cell Holder

Air and Fuel

  • Carburetor Tuning and Maintenance
  • Carburetor Cleaning and Fuel Tank Flush
  • Fuel Injection and Maintenance
  • Deep Water Running/Relocation kit


  • Advanced Electrical Diagnostics
  • Harness Replacement
  • Harness Repair
  • Electrical Alterations/Upgrades


  • Lift Kits
  • Suspension Upgrades
  • Light Bars/Pods
  • Audio Systems
  • Custom Windshield
  • Roof installation
  • Plow Installation
  • Winch Wiring and Installation
  • Tire and Wheel packages

Insurance Claims

  • Frame Repair
  • Frame Strengthening
  • Roll Cage Repair
  • Roll Cage Strengthening
  • Roll Over damage
  • Fire Damage
  • Water Damage
  • Collision Damage
  • Theft recovery
  • Etc... (Not sure if we can help? Call!)

July 2019

Featured Service Showcase

2014 Polaris Rzr 800 Portal Gear Lift

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John Sr. boring a Honda 400EX single cylinder. This is one of our specialty services we offer, in house machine work.

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Owners of off road equipment must remember: Conditions offroad are FAR more damaging than on road conditions - creating the need for more frequent maintenance.


Engine oil should be checked every other ride. * Manufacture Owners Manual is the best way to tell your change intervals - but be proactive!!! Always check your fluids.


Air Intake systems should be checked/cleaned/replaced frequently as well. Does this rule apply to everyone? Well, no, but in our area, certain times of the year will kick up lots of dust, a big no-no for induction systems. Engines are complex vacuums and will suck anything in!!


Here are some pictures of the consequences of not changing your oil frequent enough.


Snap shots of a crankshaft being rebuilt. Out of a Polaris Rzr 800, bottom end rebuild

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A completed rebuilt crankshaft out of a 2015 Polaris Rzr 570

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Photo of a Honda Rancher on the lift getting ready for a new CV boot and a simple tune up

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After removing the old connecting rod, the new rod is placed between the lobes, dialed in to be pressed into place

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Crankshaft in its final inspection... connecting rod and lobes are true, making crankshaft ready for installation and assembly!