Linhai Big Horn 28 Video Gallery
About Linhai – Yamaha – Linhai of China has been manufacturing engines for Yamaha for about 8 years now. In the late 1990′s, they worked with Yamaha to develop new products for Yamaha to build into their product models sold world wide. Yamaha even owns a small percentage of Linhai and keeps their QC and engineering staff on site to assist Linhai in the development of it’s new engines and products. Linhai has learned a lot about product development and building quality products from their dealings with Yamaha. It is because of their abilities to develop and build quality products that they now build models for the US market.
|Engine type||Four-stroke single cylinder SOHC|
|Cooling system||Liquid cooling|
|Bore and stroke||80 mm x 70 mm|
|Transmission||Dual range CVT auto with reverse|
|Drive train||Shaft with on-command 2WD/4WD|
|Brakes (front)||Dual hydraulic disc|
|Brakes (rear)||Dual hydraulic disc|
|Brake (parking)||Independant drive shaft mounted disc|
|Suspension (front)||MacPherson strut, independant|
|Suspension (rear)||Adjustable independent dual A-arm|
|Tires (front)||25″ x 8″ – 12″|
|Tires (rear)||25″ x 10″ – 12″|
|Length||2,480 mm (97.6″)|
|Width||1,335 mm (52.5″)|
|Height||1,830 mm (72″)|
|Weight||450 kg (990 lbs)|
|Wheelbase||1,805 mm (71″)|
|Ground clearance||285.75 mm (11.25 “)|
|Towing capacity||636 kg (1,400 lbs)|
|Payload capacity||227 kg (500 lbs)|
|INTERIOR CARGO BED SIZE|
|Length||1,092 mm (43″)|
|Width||900 mm (35.4″)|
|Height||270 mm (10.6″)|
|Alloy wheels, roof, hinged doors, Innova mud gear tires|
Professional Product Review by BJ Moose -
New for 2012, I had the opportunity to take the Linhai Big Horn 28 out for a test drive in the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina on 28 miles of private trails filled with washed out logging roads to steep hill climbs and a bold stream crossing. The engineers got it right with the independent rear suspension as I rarely found myself out of the gas when I saw an obstacle coming. Logs, ditches, washouts all passed by without bottoming out the suspension and it made for a real smooth ride.
I was impressed with the torque and power for a mid sized 28 horsepower utility vehicle. As you can see in my riding demo video I really enjoyed the creek crossings and the hill climbs a lot.
I would remind anyone that is considering purchasing that this is a WORKHORSE and not a RACEHORSE. Plenty of power to pull that deer from the woods, or to pull a mower or trailer with the receiver hitch, but it will not set your hair on fire with 80 mph top speeds. I personally saw 48 on the long downhill straight away on the ridge line in the video. Perfect 4wd UTV for all farm work, use around the home, trail riding, and all around general use. By far the best value you will find in the mid sized UTV class. The Big Horn 28 4×4 UTV by Linhai is a real champion!
For an additonal $600 we can ship this unit fully assembled! Fully Assembled Units must be picked up at the trucking terminal! No exceptions. Unless assembly is ordered, your unit will require some assembly. Here is a quick rundown of what you can expect to assemble when you get your unit!
Dirt Bikes / Pit Bikes - Typical installation include mounting up the handlebars, installing the rear shock, and mounting up the front tire. From time to time you might have to put on little things like the gas cap and foot pegs. The unit comes full with break in oil.
ATVS / 4 Wheelers - Typical installation include mounting all 4 tires, mounting up the handlebars, and mounting up the luggage racks (if your unit comes with one). Sometimes you will have to install some small things like the gas cap, etc. The unit comes full with break in oil.
Scooters / Mopeds - Depending on what unit you get, here are some things you might have to mount on the scooter, Battery, Mirrors, Rear Storage Box, Windshield, Front Tire. Typically all scooters come fully assembled and you only have to put on a couple small things to make it complete. The unit comes full with break in oil.
UTV - Assembly for this unit involves mounting roll cage, all four top shock bolts, rear bed, mounting seats and headrests, steering wheel, steering column, front bumper, and battery installation.
- Change your oil according to the product manual to ensure long engine life.
- Check and Tighten any loose bolts after the first 4 hours of use.
- Regularly grease all grease fittings on the machine if applicable to your machine.
- Regularly check and replace the air filter according to the product manual if applicable to your machine.
Once you make your purchase, we normally process it within 48 hours. Click here to read our shipping policy.
Please be aware that UTV, Scooter, and ATV orders placed usually ship from the warehouse in 7-10 business days. Once it ships it usually takes 2-5 business days to reach you.
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Vehicle’s owner must read and follow the instruction listed in the owner’s manual to perform correct operation and maintenance for the vehicle.
All warranty repairs must be pre-approved by Riderswholesale, LLC. and performed by authorized dealers. Vehicle owner must keep a copy of all purchase and warranty documents, and also keep a copy of regular maintenance receipts. ALL PARTS MUST BE SHIPPED BACK TO RIDERSWHOLE FOR INSPECTION BEFORE WARRANTY PARTS ARE ISSUED UNLESS THEY ARE PREAPPROVED BY SOME ONE AT RIDERSWHOLESALE. MOST TIMES WE JUST NEED A PICTURE OF THE BAD PART.
All new Riderswholesale vehicles come with limited warranty. Warranty starts from the date of purchase by the consumer or dealer. Every Riderswholesale vehicle is built to exceptional standards. We back it up with these Limited Warranty Coverages. Parts are not under warranty if not listed below.
Coverage Period 12 Months (Unlimited Miles) Parts And Labor – $45.00 Hourly Rate. We determine how long each job should take.
Valves, Valve Springs, Cylinder Head, Piston,Piston Rings, Piston Pins And Clips, Rod, Rod Bolts, Rod Bearings, Crank Shaft, Main Bearings, Cap Bolts
Transmission, Transmission Components, Drive Shaft, Axles, CVT Joints
EXCLUDES BELT, CLUTCH, VARIATOR
Coverage Period 6 Months (Unlimited Miles) Parts And Labor – $45.00 Hourly Rate. We determine how long each job should take.
Carburetor, Intake Manifold, Fuel Pump, Fuel Injectors
(EXCLUDES GUMMED UP CARBURETOR OR FUEL INJECTORS DUE TO BAD GAS)
Wiring Harness, Engine Control Module, Starter, Regulator, Rectifier
Radiator, Water pump, Thermostat, Cooling Fans
Calipers, Reservoirs, Rotors
Parts – Parts purchased from us may be returned within 15 days of purchase. We require that the product is in original packaged NEW condition. Customer is responsible for shipping costs to send it back. Original shipping is not refunded and there is a 20% restocking fee for all parts returns.
Crated Units – Crated Units purchased from us may be returned within 3 days of delivery as long as the unit is in original packaged NEW condition. Customer is responsible for shipping costs to send it back. Original shipping is not refunded and there is a 20% restocking fee. Please ship to: Riders Wholesale 110 Orbit Rd. Statesville, NC 28677
Assembled Units – Assembled Units may NOT be returned once the shipping service has picked the unit up or customer has taken local delivery of the unit.
REMEMBER – Safety 1st
Ride Safe, Ride Smart
There’s only one thing better than getting ready to ride your Riders Wholesale ATV, UTV, Dirt Bike, or Scooter – and that’s learning how to do it safely. We want to help you to make the right decisions about your riding. We want to help you choose the right unit for your skill level, assist you in making the right judgments when riding and determine the proper helmet and equipment that will keep you as safe as possible.
Remember: safety starts with the rider. Read your owner’s manual and safety materials.
Be a Responsible Rider
Riding an ATV, motorcycle, UTV and dirt bike is an exercise in responsibility to yourself, to others, to the environment and to the sport. So remember: wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing whenever you ride. Never ride under the influence of drugs or alcohol, inspect your bike before riding & read your owner’s manual. Always obey local laws, use common sense, and respect the rights of others when you ride. Make sure you have a proper license when riding on public roads, and never modify your motorcycle’s exhaust system.
FOR YOUTH ATV BEGINNERS – Adjusting the Throttle Control before letting rider ride. When starting the unit up make sure that throttle control is as low as it can be tightened. The throttle control is located on the topside of the throttle on the handlebar. Loosen the nut and then tighten the screw down. Continually do this until you find the right adjustment to it’s safe enough to let your child ride. You’ll need to play with this to find the right speed.
Make sure the emergency brake is on before starting the unit. This is located on the left handlebar. Push the button in and clamp the brake before starting the unit up. To start the bike, the hand brake needs to be in a locked position anyway.
Make sure the rider is prepared to ride when the brake is released.
Tighten all bolts on wheels. Make sure wheels properly rotate.
Tighten all bolts on unit.
Make sure that handlebars, exhaust pipe, frame and other noticeable parts on bike are properly attached and bolted down.
Proper attire is warn.
These items should be warn at all times during riding.
Too many times people think they’re immune to wrecking so they’ll hop on the bike and just go. New riders are not used to the concept of using their thumb to accelerate. This causes the rider to increase acceleration and lose concentration. To avoid this, it is imperative to teach the rider how to do the following:
Show how to shut off engine with red shut off button (red button on left handlebar).
Ease into the acceleration by slowly pushing thumb throttle forward. If throttle should stick, show how to pull throttle back into neutral state.
Use right thumb to flick the throttle back into neutral.
Show rider how to “let off thumb throttle control” when rider is out of control.
Show rider how to stop with left hand brake.
Tell rider to not get distracted with adjusting helmets, boots or anything on the unit while riding or in acceleration mode. It is imperative the rider stops to adjust anything. They need to understand that by being safe to themselves and others riding, they need to be extremely careful about what they are doing is not distracting themselves.
People love riding and when they are shown the proper procedures of using their ATV, Dirt Bike, side by side, Scooter or Motorcycle, it’s a lot more fun and safe for everyone on the beaten path. That’s the Riders Wholesale way!