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yessir812

Mud left on my Grizzly

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I rode pretty hard 2 different times while I was in Indiana. I could not get to a power washer before jumping back on the highway. Im back in Atlanta & my Grizzly is still sitting in the garage, as filthy as the day I drove it. Will it be ok if I dont have time to spray it off until later next week?

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I am sure it will be ok, I sometimes leave mine dirty for months, just check and clean the important stuff before you ride again.

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i will not hurt it cuz mine is all mudd in the spring and it will run the hell out

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The mud covers the metal and stops rust....

An excellent point sir, you just made me feel better about my quads never being clean.:yes:

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I've kept my quads muddey for weeks at a time, especially in the winter when the stuff freezes on there. I've had to soak it down with hot water to get the mud off..on occassion. Should be fine though.

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Storing a machine dirty for a while wont really do any harm. Never cleaning it is different. Dirt is abrasive, so any moving parts will wear prematurely if they are always dirty. I am not real big on washing my machines to a shine, in fact, they always look dirty. However, I do like to give them a good hosing after riding to knock most of the dirt off the machine and then I lube everything.

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I agree with the man above a few replys......it will be harder to clean....

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