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Good/Better/Best +1 A-Arms honda 400 X 2008-2014
What are some of the good, better,and the best 1+ a arms out there?
where does Houser Racing Fall?
and something found on ebay
Took a little ride around the farm today. It was good to get away from the TV, Politicians, and all around bad news. Only an hour or two, but helped recharge me. This is in Western KY on our farm. About 85 degrees today here. I will still get you guys a run down in the newer ohv and atv parks here in this end of the state. But not today I'm thinking of heading back out for a night ride later.
By Frank Angerano
I would like to hear who uses what to clean there ATV’S.
I’ve always been a fan of simple green and it’s always worked well but with this new property and the crazy black mud and clay that’s there I have to say the simple green is not cutting it.
So from cleaning right after a ride to cleaning them when you find one in a barn I would like to hear what everyone does and what your recommendations.
I’m looking to try something new.
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Bought a 01 bear tracker and a trailer from a local guy last week. I rebuilt the carb 2 days ago and ran damn near perfect for 2 hours. Parked it and came back the next day. It suddenly won't hold an idle at all and pops when I'm going downhill or at a slow speed. Almost like I'm dragging the whole power train with the weight of the ATV. It still has decent power (80-90% maybe as it is now) but I can't figure out why it's popping and won't hold an idle suddenly. even with messing with the idle screw next to the bowl on the exterior of the carb. No changes. . ANY ideas would be great. I'm far from a carb king, but I've never had this issue before. The fuel was bought 2 days ago and it has a brand new intake manifold as of yesterday when I rebuilt the carb (whole rebuild kit). I sprayed around the carb and did not find any leaks.
I've seen a few good ideas around about how to HELP prevent a trailer from getting stolen
but when it comes to security, too much is never enough. I figured we could all benefit by learning from one another what measures are in place elsewhere so jump in any time to contribute your idea. Here are few I'm aware of
Take the wheels off
Chain it to something stationary
Video surveillance signs posted
GPS tracking device
Need to write a script..for a story..5-10 minutes..i cant think of anything..due monday..im thinkin a mcdonalds conspiracy..but what conspiracy? Id like it to be believable..could do something bout atvs but...the typical..kid living the dream comes out on top wins the race blah blah..boring
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