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Honda ATV Forum

Posts about Honda atv models and manufacturer specific topics.

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  3. 90's Honda 300 TRX 4WD - Spark Issue

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  5. 2007 Honda 420 Overheating & stalling

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    • Posted ATV on Craigslist, was contacted thru text by number 440-571-6139. Said he would pay for me to deliver. He gave me home depot address in Euclid OH. So I figured public place was good. He walked up to me at my truck, he looked at the ATV, started it, asked if we could take off truck to drive. We did this. I glanced around and thought where could he go. He did a couple little circles to see how it handled. They next thing I see is him going out exit of parking lot into busy street in traffic. He disappeared really quick. I tried to catch in vehicle but he was no where to be found. So I am out a $4500 atv.
      I have the vin number and will post later date. If seen please contact Euclid police dept, they have the case no. The post Reward for info on recovery of 2014 Honda TRX450er sport quad appeared first on Stolen 911. View the full article
    • I know this is old, but thanks for this! I was looking everywhere and it pulled up on a duckduckgo search.
    • @LMI great info and recipe. What bait or lure do you use to catch walleye and pickerel? I usually catch a pickerel "by accident" when I'm bass fishing using rubber works or rapala lures.
    • When I clean a pickeral I make the following cuts. * angled but verticle from belly to behind head. * from behind head to rear dorsal with knife ripe only following the rib cage not cutting through it. * at rear dorsal penetrate knife through along spine exiting in bottom center line tail side of the anus * follow spine to remove fillet to tail. * back to head of fish, feather (follow ribs) our the rib cage.  Remove fillet from carcass. * skin the fillet. * at this point laying the fillet flat running you hand along it you will still feel bones.  These can be removed by making a VERY narrow V out of the fillet just above and below the lateral line about the length of the rib cage This leaves the fillet looking “forked” at the shoulder to about half way back on the fillet but boneless.   ive seen other techniques that seem to be faster where they slab off the side ribs and all lift the first few ribs and pull them out which also removes these additional bones, then skin it.  It seems way faster.  I tried but seem to rip off too much meat


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