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Took a ride yesterday, thought we'd try a different area out of the valley. Had been talking to a guy I've been working with and he told me about an area 100 miles from us. We decided to check it out and drove over there, we got a pretty late start from home and ended up at the staging area around 4 and on the trail/road about 4:15. Should've done a bit more research about the area itself. It was more of a jeep road than a 4 wheeler trail. We met a full size Hum Vee pickup coming down along with a couple of other pickups. Starting out the "road" was pretty much like any other forest service road to an atv trailhead except there was never any trail head as it was not a 50" wide trail. It just continues to deteriorate to probably one of the roughest, bumpiest, rock filled excursions we've been on in all of our 6 years we've been riding. The area was nice enough in that the forest is nice and healthy with lots of trees and normally we would've enjoyed exploring a new area but the roughness of the road made it somewhat unpleasant to ride. Maybe part of it was the fact it was laten in the day but my idea of a trail ride is not 1-5 mph most of the way. We just expected it to get better and it didn't. There was a loop and bt the time we finished the loop we had no interest in taking the spur up to the lake. Some folks might have really enjoyed it by was really not the kind of riding we enjoy, maybe if it had been an early morning ride we'd have felt differently. So we'll chalk that one up to experience and probably not do it again. Plus it's very very smoky.
I have a 2007 700 EFI that I purchased new. It broke down 9.5 miles out on the trail the day I bought it and has been in the shop in two states almost ever since. All warrenties are now expired and I have a quad that still does not run. I have only managed to put 304 miles on it in 3 years. I am a auto mechanic and have technical back ground. I maintain, repair, and build all my other quads and bikes as well. This one has been under warranty and the princable of it has kept me taking it back to the dealers. Now it's up to me to repair it.
To start out, it is flashing codes 41, 42, and 43. Can anyone give me code descriptions? Thank you.
Selling my 2019 Clean Raptor 700 SE Red,, Runs great, street tires and rims, mud tires and rims, nice pipe and chip, lots
of power, and well kept. My bike is working perfectly okay and has no accident record.
Asking price is $7,000
Vehicle Title: Clean
Drive Train: 2-Wheel Drive
Exterior Color: Red
For Sale By: Private Seller
Transmission Type: Manual
Serious buyer should contact me:
Email: [email protected]
So It took me a little longer than expected to even look at my Grizzly, Hopefully the N2deep Rad kit will be installed Saturday! Check out the little shed vlog! Make sure to Like and Subscribe to the youtube channel!
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