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Damn guys its been a minute since posting here! Hows everyone doing with covid-19 floating around? I hope everyone is staying safe and washing your hands! 

 

Its been a minute! Myself and Jon got requested to do this video only 1000 times! Eventually Finntrail started a new Blog and got some of their sponsored ATV riders make a video for them so here is ours! We got lots of parts on our Yamaha Grizzly 700 everything you see on my Yamaha Grizzly 700 you will also see on Jons Yamaha Grizzly 700. Thanks for watching and make sure you Like, Comment and Subscribe!

 

P.s I also said the 1992 Big Bear had a belt lol

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I'd be careful with the synthetic winch lines.  Those allow uneven pressure on the winch spool and it's pretty common to break the spool out of the winch.  Hard braided lines are murder on your hands but it distributes the weight along the entire spool....never seen a spool break with braided steel lines.  I've seen several break with synthetic.

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11 minutes ago, MarkinAR said:

I'd be careful with the synthetic winch lines.  Those allow uneven pressure on the winch spool and it's pretty common to break the spool out of the winch.  Hard braided lines are murder on your hands but it distributes the weight along the entire spool....never seen a spool break with braided steel lines.  I've seen several break with synthetic.

Good point! One of the guys we go with sometimes has a number of knots tied into his line

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