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Got my Yamaha Grizzly buttoned up finally and went for a quick 2 hour ride in the power lines with my neighbor, who has a Yamaha Kodiak. We have access from his yard, which is nice. Was a beautiful day today to get out and will try to go more often. Ran into two other quad riders with a sportsman and I think grizzly. Also ran into a dirt bike rider. 😎
Billy went all out and bought N2deep Snorkels, Rubber Down customs Rad kit and Rox speed fx Risers for his Grizzly 700. It took a solid 3 days in the shed to install all this new gear on Billys Yamaha grizzly 700! We cant wait for the next time we get out and go on a run! should be this week actually! gonna be good to get the Yamahas grizzlys and Kodiak together!
By Susan Makowski-DeGraw
My quad runs, it starts up runs for about 10 minutes and then it dies if you let it sit for 10 minutes it’ll start back up ride for another 10 minutes and then die again, trying to figure out why it keeps stalling
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Exploiting a loop hole in the law, turn 4 wheeler into rev trike
for a long while I have been trying to get a real 4 wheeler street legal.
the problem is with the state laws, if it has 4 wheels, its a car and has mega more rules.
If it only has 3 wheels, its a trike and can be made from cobbled junk parts held together with duct tape and they will plate it
I wonder if anyone would have insight on changing a 4 wheeler over to a single rear wheel?
[ I can't afford some $40-60,000 canam or super bike modded into a car, rev trike kit ]
I want something I can truly ride year round on and off road. Ive rode enough old Honda 3 wheelers that I know I do not want a traditional motorcycle trike. So the single wheel has to go out back.
A small group of us decided to brave the temperatures in the teens and go for a snow ride.
Only the third trip out on the new quad....need to break it in right.
The group shot.
The views did not disappoint
We went up the mountain until the snow just got too deep to continue and headed down. Dave busting trail for a while, the Polaris 850 Snow Machine.
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The Can-Am Renegade 800 with the ATR radials performed very well in the snow.
On a short steep hill we did a little tire comparison. Polaris 850 stock tires.
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Same rider 850XP with ITP Bajacross tires....big difference.
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Usually my ITP MudLites prove very effective in the snow but he was able to run circles around us with those tires. The Mudlites do well but when you loose momentum you dig, the Bajacross kept him moving forward.
It was a great trip, good powder, good friends and great views.
Dave got new paws on his new Sportsman 850XP EPS so we HAD to take it out this morning for it's first real trip. It was about as nice of a spring morning as they come so we decided to attempt the summit of Chase mnt.
Great looking quad!!
One happy camper...can you blame him?
Those Bajacross tires are sick!
Part way up I had to stop and take a few shots. Spring time makes for some good photo ops. Looking back at Topsie where we started.
It wasn't long until we found show. It was SOFT and deep in the drifts.
First trip out and first time stuck, thats what you get for letting a PoPo try to break trail. We need to install the winch.....Grizz to the rescue.
That XP can throw some snow
Enough playing around...follow me.
We made it to the summit.
Great views all around.
Dave texting his wife telling how cool his new ride is.
Great views on the way back down.
A very good friend of mine who lives 100mi away and has been working another 100mi further away called and wanted to ride his quad. I quickly got on the phone and we put together the dust bowl ride to the Chase mnt lookout.
With the thunder storms at night there were quite a few lightning fires around, a lot of the smoke was coming in from No. California.
Dave and his bike. He had a hard time in the beginning but was very comfortable by days end.
There was a guy manning the tower that day so he invited us up to look around.
Smoke all around
Shasta in the background above the smoke
We had one minor mishap on the trip. Super Don lost his transmission so we headed back to help him load up.
After the load up a few of us ran over to a play area we call the moon. It is very soft and flowery in the summer and EXTREMELY slimy in the winter, not to mention it is steep all around. It is very technical and I will have to get better pictures of it sometime.
Jackonager learning to use his diff lock. He is new but learning fast.
We had a great BBQ at a buddies house after words....mmmmm Tritip.... Later that night we were treated to a great sunset.
Great ride and even better friends.
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