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I discovered the site does allow uploading of KMZ attachments, so I will share the calibrated maps I have for some of the riding areas of PA.
First are three state trails in the Delaware State Forest. These are smaller riding areas. Information about the state trails are here
Burnt Mills.kmz Maple Run.kmz Dixon Miller Trail Map.kmz
Next is the AOAA, Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area.
There are two maps, Eastern area, and Western area.
The calibration for the west map is off in some areas by about 200 feet, It is the the original map that is the problem, not the calibration.
AOAA - East.kmz AOAA - West.kmz
Two of the best state trails in PA, Whiskey Springs and Bloody Skillet
Bloody Skillet 2016.kmz Whisky Springs 2016.kmz
Susquehannock State Forest in Potter County
Susquehannock State Forest.kmz
By Ron Young
My 1990s KLF 300 has just developed this problem where if I turn onto full lock in either direction, the motor cuts out. It suggests to me either a short associated with the ignition switch, or more likely tension on a wire which is losing contact when pulled. To me this seems more likely because I would expect a short to show up as a flicker in the ignition light, which it does not.
Before I strip it all down, has anyone experienced this, or could you advise me which wire/s to follow? Even though first look shows a number of wires in that are, I guess only one, or two would be involved. Thanks in advance.
View File 2010 Polaris Sportsman 850 All Models Service Manual
Full Service Manual
Submitter flyinbrian365 Submitted 02/17/2019 Category Polaris ATV
View File 2011 Polaris Sportsman 550 All Models Service Manual
2011 Polaris Sportsman 550 All Models Service Manual, Full service manual
Submitter flyinbrian365 Submitted 02/13/2019 Category Polaris ATV
'11 Grizz 700 here. Since I've got some warm weather these next couple days I've decided to start the bike after about a year of just sitting. Took out the plug and sprayed a good amount of fogging oil on top of the piston to help lubricate things. After about a minute of letting it soak I stuck my air line tubing in to suck out the excess, but it seems like I didn't get nearly as much in return. Repositioned the tube enough so that everything that was gonna come out pretty much did. I'll probably shoot some compressed air down the plug hole before doing the start just to make sure it's all out, as well as cranking it for a second before putting the plug back in. How long would it take for a bit of standing fogging oil to seep past the piston rings, and where would it go? I guess into the engine oil? The oil was fairly new the last time it was started but I'm sure it could stand to be changed after sitting for so long. If much of this fogging oil got into the engine oil should I do the change before the startup?
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