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YamahaGrizzly

I ruined my bike

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9 hours ago, YamahaGrizzly said:

right now everything is better than my bike lol

LOL thats how I feel about my bike rn

My friend has a sportsman 500 that he abused badly (jumping, jacked up carb to make it 70+ mph, mudding with no snorkel, winding it out, u name it) anyway it seems that whenever we go riding, we always come back early, and towing his bike....  This happen much with you?

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On 12/10/2018 at 6:52 PM, Frank Angerano said:

No worries @Yamaha Grizzly Im sure you are all over getting that thing going again!!!!!!!!! So what went on the bike ? Tranny? Axle ? 

 

It was the shaft and a gear in the ol tranny, 

 

here is a update log: 

 

On 12/11/2018 at 4:12 AM, JacobSlabach said:

LOL thats how I feel about my bike rn

My friend has a sportsman 500 that he abused badly (jumping, jacked up carb to make it 70+ mph, mudding with no snorkel, winding it out, u name it) anyway it seems that whenever we go riding, we always come back early, and towing his bike....  This happen much with you?

When we drive your bikes like we stole them they're gonna get broken. But I wouldnt drive them any other way ;)

It always seem we run into problems but I usually go with bigger groups, I should start to bring a few axles on hand with me lol.

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Ha yea definitely need extra parts and tools. So it’s all good now ? 

If you can’t ride it like you want then what’s the use in having it ? 

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20 hours ago, YamahaGrizzly said:

It was the shaft and a gear in the ol tranny, 

 

here is a update log: 

 

When we drive your bikes like we stole them they're gonna get broken. But I wouldnt drive them any other way ;)

It always seem we run into problems but I usually go with bigger groups, I should start to bring a few axles on hand with me lol.

lol yea but there is such a thing as abusing your bike (awesomely fun) and never fixing anything on it- just patching up to work and going speeds over 70mph for a long period of time and just cooking the motor....(my friend does this)

15 hours ago, Frank Angerano said:

Ha yea definitely need extra parts and tools. So it’s all good now ? 

If you can’t ride it like you want then what’s the use in having it ? 

yea.  exactly.👍👍👍😎

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On 12/13/2018 at 6:31 AM, JacobSlabach said:

lol yea but there is such a thing as abusing your bike (awesomely fun) and never fixing anything on it- just patching up to work and going speeds over 70mph for a long period of time and just cooking the motor....(my friend does this)

yea.  exactly.👍👍👍😎

yeah its no good to just patch up the repairs, make sure you do them properly! 

On 12/12/2018 at 2:40 PM, Frank Angerano said:

Ha yea definitely need extra parts and tools. So it’s all good now ? 

If you can’t ride it like you want then what’s the use in having it ? 

just got a tool to finish the job.. hopefully.

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