Looking for a HANMA ATV-108 Owners Manual

Looking for a HANMA ATV-108 Owners Manual

PostBy: 009to090 On: Sun Oct 24, 2010 1:55 pm

Someone just gave me a Hanma ATV-108 ATV. It is a small one, for the kids. The motor runs, but I need to fix 4 flats, plus a few odd maintenance issues.
Unfortunately, I didn't get an Owner's Manual with it. Does anyone out there have an Owners Manual they could scan and post for me?

Thanks.
Last edited by 009to090 on Sun Oct 24, 2010 8:47 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Looking for a HANMA ATV-108 Owners Manual

PostBy: SMITTY On: Sun Oct 24, 2010 4:34 pm

You got yourself a SUNL! ;) I just sold one of these ATV's not too long ago. Was a Sunl Hanma R5 110cc. These things are quirky -- made in china, so that's par for the course. Tires on this one leaked as well, among several other issues. Get used to working on it, & keep a trickle charger on that battery -- the electrical systems are atrocious on these ... then they rig them factory with brake lights & head lights when the system can barely power the ignition! Plus some black wires have 12V and some red are grounded! :lol

It was my buddy's. He got it for free & brought it to me to get it running. It took me about 3 weeks to get to it because I was building the RD at the time. So I cleaned the carb out, re soldered a busted wire onto the key switch, & repaired the 2 pinched brake light wires (won't start unless it knows your holding brake), & also filled it up with Amsoil. Then I tell him to come get it & he leaves it here for 6 months! After chasing him down, emailing , calling, texting ... I said if you don't come & get it, I'll sell it. Blew me off again, so I'm $275 richer now. He proposed to his girlfriend who isn't too crazy about kids on ATVs, so I think he didn't want to admit she won't let him pick it up! :roll: I couldn't live like that. My wife doesn't get on my case about anything. I buy what I please & do what I please. But that's another story for another day! :lol:

You'll need this link, I assure you: http://www.sunlpartsonline.com/

And for the manual, same place: http://www.sunlpartsonline.com/more-chi ... 77_28.html

If you have any questions about it, give me a shout.

Oh & I still have the factory charger for it too. For you, $10 shipped. ;)
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Re: Looking for a HANMA ATV-108 Owners Manual

PostBy: 009to090 On: Sun Oct 24, 2010 4:50 pm

SMITTY wrote:You got yourself a SUNL! ;) I just sold one of these ATV's not too long ago. Was a Sunl Hanma R5 110cc. These things are quirky -- made in china, so that's par for the course. Tires on this one leaked as well, among several other issues. Get used to working on it, & keep a trickle charger on that battery -- the electrical systems are atrocious on these ... then they rig them factory with brake lights & head lights when the system can barely power the ignition! Plus some black wires have 12V and some red are grounded! :lol
Oh & I still have the factory charger for it too. For you, $10 shipped.

Heyyyyy Smitty! I knew you would come thru. Thanks! :up:
Quirky, is right! Yep, good ol' chinese wiring, terrible! But it'll make the kids happy, and the price is right.
Yep, gotta pick up a battery at Walmart. The EverStart MAXX thats in it is shot.
I'll definately take the charger off your hands, I'll pm my address to you :cheers:
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Re: Looking for a HANMA ATV-108 Owners Manual

PostBy: SMITTY On: Sun Oct 24, 2010 4:57 pm

Yeah you can't beat the price, that's for sure! 8-) The engines seem pretty good. That 110 actually hauled me up a hill at like 20 mph! :lol: Way too fast for the size. If it had a real tranny it would do close to 50 ... which would be deadly on that chassis .. :D

Sounds good - I'll check my mail & try to find a box for this here ...
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Re: Looking for a HANMA ATV-108 Owners Manual

PostBy: 009to090 On: Sun Oct 24, 2010 9:13 pm

SMITTY wrote:You'll need this link, I assure you: http://www.sunlpartsonline.com/

And for the manual, same place: http://www.sunlpartsonline.com/more-chi ... 77_28.html


I found the same parts on this website, and they are ALOT cheaper....

http://www.motosportsparts.com/
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Re: Looking for a HANMA ATV-108 Owners Manual

PostBy: SMITTY On: Mon Oct 25, 2010 12:28 pm

There ya go. I forgot to mention you'd probably find cheaper parts by searching. 8-)

Your package is on it's way! 8-)
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Re: Looking for a HANMA ATV-108 Owners Manual

PostBy: 009to090 On: Mon Oct 25, 2010 4:39 pm

Got er fired up today. I just drained the 2 year old fuel, replaced the fuel filter, added fresh fuel, borrowed the battery from the lawnmower, and cranked er over. It started in less than 3 seconds. Surprised the heck out of me. Its so quiet, I wasn't sure it was running at first. I blipped the throttle and she revved! Amazing little engine. After a thorough warm up, I started winding it up. The centrifical clutch engaged, and the 2 flat rears began spinning. After a couple minutes, I took the tree stump out from under the frame, hopped on, and gunned it. That little engine has some torque in it! I took it around the yard once, with 4 flat tires I might add :shock: and the kids trying to run after me, but not being too successful at catching me.
Ok, time to get to tractor Supply and buy some new rubber :D

Yes, yes, pics to follow....
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Re: Looking for a HANMA ATV-108 Owners Manual

PostBy: 009to090 On: Tue Oct 26, 2010 10:00 am

Some pics of the beast.....

These were taken after I already verified the engine runs. I just removed the rear wheels, and put on one new tire.
I'll use tubes in all 4 corners to make sure they don't leak.

Cost to date:
1 ea. AGM Battery $40
1 ea. charger $10
2 rear tires $48
4 tubes $40
Left and right foot rests $45
TOTAL $183
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Re: Looking for a HANMA ATV-108 Owners Manual

PostBy: SMITTY On: Tue Oct 26, 2010 10:08 pm

It's those YAMAHA stickers that gave it all that power. 8-) :lol: :P

SWEET! Glad to see it in operation.

I'm glad you put that battery in there .......if I wasn't so hungover when I first posted, I'd have remembered to tell you to use only AGM or SLA batteries (alarm batteries). I had to do this on the 110 -- the starter drew far more amperage than the battery could handle, and then the crappy charging system on top of it, just killed the conventional acid filled battery. Those alarm type batteries handle abuse far better. I have one in one of my mowers that I haven't put a charger on in 2 years! It STILL turns over too! Amazing batteries -- and cheaper too. I just had to cut the factory connections off & install blade type connectors in order to use them. I bought one for the RD at http://www.ragebattery.com , $21 to my door. Just match the AH rating somewhat, & try to get one close to the same size. If not the same size, you can always mickey-rig something. ;)
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