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Where To Ride Your ATV

Discussion forum on where to ride your ATV. Where do you ride? You can also post in our Regional Forums for specific locations by state and region. 

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  2. NC Trails

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  3. Indiana trails??

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  4. Who do you ride with? 1 2 3

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  5. Great site for trail info!

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  6. Places in BC to ride?

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  7. Sand dunes 1 2

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  8. NW Arkansas

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  • Latest Forum Posts

    • Hello, got this bike in to replace the jug and piston. Made the swap, crank looks good, no play in connecting rod. Put it all back together and then heard a rubbing noise in the rear crank case. Ordered a new timing chain and tensioner. Installed them and put it all back together. Fired it up and ran great on the work bench. Took it down and went for a ride and noticed the higher the rpms, the noisier it got. There was a tapping noise on the exhaust side of the valve cover. Removed valve cover. Checked valve clearances, all good. Checked the valve springs, the were a good bit out of tolerance. Installed brand new springs. Same noise. Decided to replace the whole cylinder head with one from a known good bike. Still the same noise. Decided to replace the camshaft with one from a known good bike. Still makes the noise. Replaced lift caps. No change. I’m at a loss on what could be causing this noise. It’s very loud and not normal by any means. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Video doesn’t really pick up the noise good, but it’s there.    Thanks IMG_2225.MOV
    • I’ve took off the side cover and it not engaging the flywheel only thing moving is the I think it’s called the starter bearing And the sprag clutch  is missing some bearings inside of it so I think that’s the problem  @davefrombc 
    • What should I get done to this guy while she is getting fixed up?
    • If the starter motor spins but doesn't turn the engine over it is likely something wrong with the sprag clutch.  The sprag is like a one way bearing .. When the  starter spins the special  rollers in the sprag lock the starter to the starter gear on the flywheel.  When the motor starts and spins the flywheel  faster than the starter does the rollers release and  let the starter spin freely. For some reason the  sprag is not locking up when the starter spins. There is a service manual  in the downloads section that covers your machine
    • You can merge it! I wasn't sure the policy here. 

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