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Figured I would post since I'm a new member. Used to do a lot of desert riding when growing up but got out of it for quite some time. Decided to start dipping back in and bought a Suzuki 50cc and Polaris 90 cc quads for my kids to learn on. Looks like this forum has lots of good information. Hopefully I can learn and add to the community pool.
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I've owned bikes and quads for years. Currently ride an 07 Raptor 700 SE. My 15 year old son has a TRX 90 but he grew so much over the summer that he's outgrown it. I picked up a project bike (1998 Kawasaki Bayou 300) for a couple hundred. It started but wouldn't run so I knew the carb was in need of attention. Tires all shot (likely the original). Pulled off the carb and put in the cleaner for a couple of days. Pulled it out and cleaned it up and installed a kit. Reinstalled and fired right up. Now I've got to chase down some wiring gremlins from the previous owner. No ignition key just some toggle switch. The wiring looks like it was hacked up by freddy kruger. Got to tear into it after we get back deer hunting this weekend. Anyway, that's my story and I'm sticking to it.
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Hello all, i am new to the forum and will likely be back several times. I have ridden quads before but never owned one... till now. I just bought a 1996 Polaris Magnum 425 4x4. The output shaft that drives the front chain sheared off and needs replacement. It needs a few maintenance things but I have bought most everything I need. Runs good and will be fun to fix it up.
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Decided to head up to the mountains and see if the snow is melting much ... it was 21 degs F when I got to the staging area, the wind was howl'in & it was try'in to snow
Up higher it was snow'in. So I rode for a ways and then turned around and went to some lower elevations and enjoyed some dirt, snow & mud rid'in. :cheer:
What a GREAT FREAK'IN DAY !! :woot:
Hope you enjoy the video & make sure you watch it in 1080P ... :bow:
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkTSWBNR6vM]01 May 2013 - Early Spring Mountain Ride - YouTube[/ame]
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With me being in and out of the forums so much I just wanted to start a post and let you know what I was up to when I wasn't here being a mod.
Over the winter months I pretty much hung out in the shop and online. Not riding much. I did get to meet up with the coal country riders at Motorama.
I took some time in the winter to clean up the quads and fix anything needed for the upcoming riding season.
Like cleaning the clutch and fixing a warn coolant hose on the AC H1.
I also added ammo boxes for storage not knowing they will save my butt in another month or so.
I changed the brakes and fluids on the AC 500.
And a front bearing
At the wifes request she got her seat recovered
Then I ended up trading the teryx for a new commander.
I fixed the light on the trailer from the tall pines incident and we are ready to roll!
The first event was Trail Jam at the Lost trails where we met a few friends from ATV Illustriated, Power Sports Marketing, and On the Trail TV. We also helped with the poker run.
Next we headed to Tall Pines ATV Park in Andover NY.
Right about now the weather was perfect for riding and I wanted to ride like every weekend. Besides the rides I spent some time learning about trail maintenance and economic impacts of trail systems by visiting the AOAA and the Bald Eagle State Forest. I was able to meet those who are working on the AOAA, Lance who wrote for quad mag and alot of DCNR people in charge of maintaining and managing the forests.
Then we attended the Renovo Cruise for a Cure organized by Centeral Mountian ATV along with Bucktail medical center relay for life. It was about a 50 mile ride connecting Renovo to the Bloody Skillet. We camped at Whiskey Springs and ended up riding there, Bloody Skillet, and the connector trail to SSRT.
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