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I'll keep looking/asking until I find someone that's in same boat, or atv as I'm in lol Well maybe not the exact same atv, any atv would be ok lol
Riding skills from slow poke to flat WOT is fine with me, as long as were out there in Gods country!! Get in touch before the season starts to get acquainted before hand! Thanks, Steve
LOVE MI. TRAILS!! Lets ride!
Does anyone use GPS, whether on a device or app to record their ATV trail rides? I have been thinking about a section where our members can upload let's say a .gpx file and share their rides on a google map for others to see where there are riding areas. Not sure if this is something of interest or how much it would be used, so just trying to get an idea.
Importing routes from files like xml, lmx, tour, freshroute, gpx, kmz, kml
By artis allen
I bought a Kazuma Cougar 250 from a guy who used to fix ATV's but wanted to get rid of all his machines because he's "too old" and wants to quit fixing them, from what he says. anyway, One of the machines I bought was this Kazuma which I can't find any parts for it, or very little parts. I found one website that still sells parts, which I'm thankful. For the internal parts, I had to refer to the Honda Rebel 250 for parts. I had to buy 2 new pistons and gasket set and I couldnt find the parts so I did some research and found that alot of the parts are similiar so I ordered it and it was a match. I also used the manual for the Honda Rebel/Nighthawk and use this information to disassemble and assemble the motor. Very helpful for anyone who has one of these things. If anyone has more info on these things, please feel free to post.
warrior 350 is a 2002 it has a lot of custom features and after markets stuff that will stick out when u see it that ive done to it the plastic and headlights is from a 94 I’ve also rebuilt the top end of the motor with a new high compression piston & polished the intake and exhaust valve ports polished the inner area around the valves to keep carbon buildup from ever happening it has a lot of new parts it’s been rebuilt from the ground up all wheels are the bike runs amazing on handlebar dash pad has a black toggle switch for the LED lights on front bumper the rear axle is painting and the rear brake hub is painted blue so we’ll stick out and be very noticeable on the outlaw clutch aof lever the outlaw emblem is painted by me will stick out like a sore thumb it has custom rear Warrior decals on back fenders also has a monster energy ATV fx decal kit also has a lot of other stickers on it from parts that has been put into the quad I raced it a couple times would really like to have it back if it can be found I love a lot of money invested in the bike over the years I don’t have very much to offer right now for a reward
Parts list on stuff I’ve done to bike over time
Team Alba Front wheel spacers
All 4 wheel hubs painted dark purple
Front wheel hubs shields painted red
polished clutch cover
Tusk competition front bumper
Tusk polished competition nerfbars
Tusk rear brake rotor Tusk super bright white headlight bulbs
Tusk clutch kit
Champion Powersports 8809 spark plug
PRM products full rear swing arm skid plate
Fly racing purple handle bars
Fly racing handle bar grips
Artrax mxt tires
new Yamaha ignition coil
Dg RCM Chrome 3 piece performance exhaust system
Wiseco cam chain
Wiseco 10:25:1 high compression piston
Ek racing X O ring Drive chain
Outlaw Racing aof clutch lever
Yamaha grip seat cover black with a small silver-edge on the back side of the seat with Yamaha written in block letters
Led smoke brake light
Lower rear fender braces painted blue
Blue led light on the back side of the front bumper to light it up in the dark
Gearing is stock 13/40
Story on what happened
Went riding with my girlfriend and some of my friends a few months back we chained our bikes up so no one could take off with them after we left after we got done riding for a little while to get some gas and food to go back out riding again we came back and all of our bikes where took we’re only gone for about an hour
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By Steve Shane
Hi guys new to the page here. I'm a former Ontarian and an avid atver because of where I grew up on the southern tip of Algonquin. I'm coming back home for a couple weeks and for a few days of hunting with the old man. I'm looking for advice from those who have experience with Garmin trail maps. I'm also new to Garmin devices so I'm looking for a file that is super easy to download onto my existing card and is as simple as looking at a road map on a GPS....no need for navigation or fancy features.... literally just want to see the main trunk trails and the more common branch trails as I mostly know my stomping grounds. I'm using the Rino 755t with a 32gb card with lots of space.
Any help would be appreciated!
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