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By Ben T
I purchased 2 Yamaha Raptor 125s a few months ago and I purchased a membership here to be able to access the service manual. I have looked at the service manual multiple times in the past month but I don’t see it here anymore in the download section! Can someone help me and tell me how to access this manual again?
I found a manual for the Grizzlies, which I do not see on the main thread of manuals by Oxidized Black
STREET LEGAL - ONE OF A KIND HARLEY DAVIDSON 4-WHEELER $9,500 OBO Sporster 883 bored to 1200cc built into a Street Legal Licensed and Insured 4-Wheeler. It has 400ex front end, 250r Rear end. All chromed out with new black gloss paint. I have a $500 Dakota Digital Speedometer to go with it (needs installed). I also have an extra rear gear and extra set of off-road mud tires and rims. Brakes need to be adjusted, and there's a few other touch ups that will place it into show quality. I haven't started it in a while. Ran Great last run. This bike has over $20k invested in work and time. It will go about 120 mph or more. With the other gear it will go about 60 mph. It rides great on and off road. It brings trophies and turns heads at shows. Shoot me a message or offer if interested. (May entertain trades). I will entertain any offers. This is your only chance to own a Street Legal 4 wheeler. Currently titles and registered in KY.
By Rock Ledge Homestead
I bought this four-wheeler used for my son's birthday last week. It wasn't running when I got it but after a new battery and some tinkering it has been running for 5 days probably 8-10 hours of run time.
Today after 1 hour My son wanted to wash it, I showed him how to be careful not getting water near the engine. We were careful but after we washed it and let it dry the motor starts but the transmission slips and won't really go forward. Even if I pick the back of the four wheeler up the wheels only go forward a tiny bit. It's as if something is slipping inside. But it worked fine right before the wash.
Not sure what brand. I was told it was 90 cc's the VIN is attached. Is it 90 or 110ccs?
No air filter came with it. Using a some old stockings until I figure out what air filter to order.
My son is so bummed so I want to get it back up to speed but also teach him how to work on it.
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
By Preston Latray
I just sold my mildly built blaster and am about to buy an 84 atc250r I'd like it to be a modded banshee killer. I already plan on a port and polish and possibly a head shave. It's going to pretty much be a full drag build. I'd like it to stay stock bore but I can change it if necessary. What parts should I plan on ordering to get the most bang for my buck. I can do all the work myself so that should cut costs quite a bit. (hopefully)
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