The Chinese ATVs are here to stay. This is one fact that cannot be argued. We have seen literally hundreds of thousands of Chinese ATVs hit the USA and Europe over the past 5 yrs. The low cost coupled with with an appetite of Americans for cheap imports has fueled this surge. With the flood of cheap imports comes the need for Chinese ATV parts. Where do you get Chinese ATV parts? Well, one might guess the dealership that sold the unit but often times we see that dealer is not a stocking parts dealer or the dealer has gone out of business.
Other people buy the ATV online from one of the various rouge importers and that too poses problems getting the parts you need. An individual certainly needs to be an informed shopper when choosing the proper atv or part for his/her atv. There are some good rules to follow which we will visit below.
There are some credible sources for Chinese ATV parts on the internet. Several websites carry the kazuma atv parts and also carry a host of other Chinese ATV parts. Another quick fix might be to go down to your local ATV shop as lots of these parts have cross over compatibility. A CDI or starter that fits a Honda ATV just might fit your Chinese ATV so don’t give up. A lot of Chinese parts are based on the old style Japanese ATVs and parts.
Independent sources say the Chinese ATVs that are being imported today are north of 100,000 a year. This really means this segment of the market is here to stay. There are quality machines on the market but a few importers certainly give the whole industry a bad name. Always check to see if the websites are secure and offer stamped approval from the host provider.
How does one avoid being put in a jam when it comes to parts? Always buy from a reputable importer that has a warehouse on the ground and a parts department dedicated to your needs. You might even test the waters buy ordering a small $5 part before you even buy the ATV. A good toll free number and people that answer the phone are also two good signs that your ATV dealer or importer is here to stay. A little peace of mind goes a long way in the Chinese ATV arena.