Cheap and quality is good
Because of shaft drive , you can easily go into mud and water.
Because of weight is easy to maneuver
Atv Parts are chuck and need to operate nut and bolt carefully without extra force.
I run near 4000 km in different field without any issue only changing engine and gear oil .
I am really satisfy with atv according Routine and initial cost and gain real good adventure.
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Purchased in March 2012 for A$3,000.00.
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If you can't justify a new Honda...
Had mine 3 years now, mostly crawling along at walking pace over some pretty rough country.
Basically the competition for these cheap Chinese quad bikes is a cheap second hand Japanese equivalent. On that basis, I think they're pretty good value. I've had no trouble with mine.
A new machine at the same cost as a fairly well-used 'name brand' one.
Adequate power (I'm always pulling a small trailer)
Simple to service - oil changes are easy, auto clutch adjustment likewise (YouTube is your friend there)
The racks are fairly sturdy and useful, I have a 20 litre sprayer on the front
The winch - works well, very useful for rescuing yourself when bogged/stuck
Cons: ...Some pre-delivery issues (loose bolts etc) Minor oil leak on rear diff. Quite narrow wheel track - makes driving on slopes a bit hairy, not sure how it compares with similar quads of this size Never had to have it repaired, but suspect it might be hard to find someone willing to work on it I also suspect resale value would be low.
Good work horse
Mine is an earlier model called the PUMA but basically the same. It averages 1000kms per year mostly in 2/3 gear and up to 6000ks now. One oil change, broken and faded plastics. Used to cart small square bales, 100 liter spray pack, and fencing gear. Generally gets a caning when rounding up cattle otherwise starts every day and works.
Update 8/5/14 still starts easy, steering rubber blocks worn making it twitchy, and clutch worn - useable just. Will retire after June.
Inexpensive and reliable
This has been a great bike for us and would highly recommend product Never let us down have had for over 3 years and shows no sign of stopping would recommend have owned a few other Quad on farm over the years like Yamaha and Suzuki this is just as good and thousands cheaper. Jianshe make all Yamaha small motors and you can see Quality in the product.
Reliable Farmbike and pricing half owned company by Yamaha
Questions & Answers
Hi I have a Jianshe jag250 and want to fit a winch do I need to purchase a mounting plate to suit or is the bike winch ready, any help would be appreciated, cheerio
Also can I fit a winch to a Jianshe 250
A winch will additional weight to the front end of this lightweight ATV. It is is my opinion only that this will make the steering heavy and wear out the front end components sooner.
Hi I have a Jianshe 250 puma that needs a wiring loom any ideas , also need a shit down relay , also cannot pull start it as it stops dead on compression, the starter light and kill switch loom was melted , it has spark , hopefully it’s not a dead loss, any help would be appreciated.
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