I think it's free wheeling like you mentioned. When I was going down my drive way just under RPM it kind of made that whining, It happens when coming to a stop with no brakes. If I use the brakes then it doesn't whine. Is the free wheeling bad? The whining doesn't bother me I just don't want to be causing any damage to the machine.Is it free wheeling? If so the whining is likely the bearing on the primary spinning when the belt drops down and rides on it. I only experience this going down hill when the engine rpm drops down and the machine goes into freewheel. It's actually slower in L if I bump the gas a bit and keep the rmps high enough to keep the belt engaged.
Do you know if your secondary helix has the engine brake notch? Maybe some helpful reading to explain. Polaris Engine Braking Explained
| I finally have the ranger where I'm happy with it. I'm debating if I should list it for sale locally. I really don't need it but could use it during hunting season. Although I've hunted for years without one so not sure what to do. What do you guys think it could possible sell for? Trying to figure out at what profit would it be worth selling. Here are some pics I took yesterday after cleaning it up a bit.|
I have a 16ft open trailer that we use for our tractor but thought about the enclosed trailer idea already. Issue is not enough room in my driveway to park it. Still trying to figure out what options I can take.FWIW, if you need a way to haul it around as well, an enclosed trailer will double as a storage garage for it.