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Billy went all out and bought N2deep Snorkels, Rubber Down customs Rad kit and Rox speed fx Risers for his Grizzly 700. It took a solid 3 days in the shed to install all this new gear on Billys Yamaha grizzly 700! We cant wait for the next time we get out and go on a run! should be this week actually! gonna be good to get the Yamahas grizzlys and Kodiak together!

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@YamahaGrizzly another great video! I would make the topic title like the video Yamaha Grizzly 700 Snorkels, Rad kit and Riser Install so it gets picked up by searches more and gets more views. I would also copy and paste your video description under your video from Youtube (like I edited for you). The topic will get found more on search engines etc when people search and give you more plays. Just a suggestion 😁

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2 minutes ago, Ajmboy said:

@YamahaGrizzly another great video! I would make the topic title like the video Yamaha Grizzly 700 Snorkels, Rad kit and Riser Install so it gets picked up by searches more and gets more views. I would also copy and paste your video description under your video from Youtube (like I edited for you). The topic will get found more on search engines etc when people search and give you more plays. Just a suggestion 😁

Is it to late to change the title? I appreciate the helpful tip! Definitely gonna start to do it with the rest of the videos! Thanks!

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Nice looking machines. Now i'm gonna have to start accessorizing my machine. It's not a grizzly, but still, I need Accessories. lol

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8 hours ago, Mark G said:

Nice looking machines. Now i'm gonna have to start accessorizing my machine. It's not a grizzly, but still, I need Accessories. lol

must. get. all. accessories. :p

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