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This is a review of the QuadBoss Drop Rack that I attached to my Yamaha Grizzly ATV. If you need to carry things around the yard or even on the trail with ease, the drop basket is a great solution in my opinion. There was some assembly required, but it was relitively easy as everything interlocks then gets tightened with the provided nuts, bolts, and hardware. Mounting the drop rack to my ATV rear metal rack was easy as well, with the 4 "J" hooks provided. It secured nicely and even had a slot to let the rear rack stopper, or metal lip that faces up, to protrude through the floor section of the drop rack. I was concerned at first, but QuadBoss must have thought about that. I used it all day last weekend while doing some gardening and landscaping around the property. It was extremely convenient to have a place to put all the stuff that accumulates and is needed when working, especially if you are away from the garage or basement where everything is. It has a rear tail gate that opens downwards, a nice feature! You can't go wrong with one of these. It's a nice compliment to the QuadBoss Swivel Dump Cart from last year!
Below are the official specs on the QuadBoss Drop Rack
•Brand new design, universal rear drop rack for most ATVs
•2 part numbers will cover most ATV fitments
•Strong yet light formed floor can withstand extreme abuse
•Pile in (3) 5-gallon buckets with extra room to spare
•Simple J-Hook installation hardware works on most steel and composite racks
•Large 41”W x 14”L x 11-1/2”D dimension
•Black powered-coated steel construction
•Some assembly required
The QuadBoss Drop Rack can be found here. Get yours!
I saw in past threads or possibly from another ATV site when I Googled my shifter problem. I am in the NE Mountains and it gets cold. I have my 2012 Grizzly 700 in the garage and it is NOT heated. The cold weather here was about -5 to -15 F. When it got that cold my Grizzly 700 would not shift into any gear. Once it warmed up it did shift into gear(s) no problem. I saw this happen about 3 times already since I just got it about 3 weeks ago. I saw a thread in from the past saying to drain the shifter, that there is a hose with a plug? Where is this hose and plug exactly? How do I get to it? Again, like I said I am new all around (wet behind the ears) but I am a hands on guy. I really do not want to take things apart I don't have to. I really need specifics and/or a drawing. I don't think it is the adjustment as when it is not so cold say around 40 degrees F. It does not happen. Plus like I said once it warms up it is fine.