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  1. I am a mud rider as I live in the swamps of the south . I have 300s and 450s . Mods are what I really like to do .
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  2. I just leave half empty water glasses all over my house, just in case. When My wife calls me lazy, I tell her I’m prepping for the alien invasion. 🤣
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  3. Hey Henrik, glad to have you here, always interested in hearing from riders from other countries. What and where they ride, and what the restrictions are for where you ride. My name is Tracy we live in the Northwest part of the U.S. in the state of Montana. Very relaxed regulations where we ride, we have all sorts of Forest service trails to ride and since we live in the Rocky Mountain range, our trails give us spectacular views and scenery took at. Would love to see some pics of your machines and areas that you ride. We have newer machines, 2016 and 2019 Can Am 570 Outlander Max's, if batter
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  4. Sorry to bump an old topic but theres not many topics on this. Alot of spots are being cracked down on due to the huge population increase and activity in the Fraser valley especially places like Jones Lake but there are tons of Forest service roads all over the place, If your looking to just ride up a mountain and see how far you can go then I suggest Carolin Mine road up Hwy 5 or BC Nickel Mine road up Hwy 1, they go for quite awhile.
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  5. While I dont like to fuel the whole conspiracy theory train it is a little odd that as coronavirus is winding down now all of a sudden the government wants to confirm ufos lol, seems weird but in all honesty we wont know the real reason for years to come.
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  6. As everyone else has said check those things, also try and locate a service manual. They are miracle workers sometimes. I would check rectifier sign the known good values. They are easy to pull out and check them or leave them in. Also check the battery itself.. I’ve had my fair share of luck with factory dead cells.
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  7. So my reverse went I pulled the black wire the pulled a few more now I’m able to start easily but no drive or reverse!!!! Help please! Here is a picture. Also my husband kinda caught the bottom black box on fire a for a second. Good god if I even had a picture of what it should look like that would help. :-( so sad.
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  8. Definitely go thru the carb after sitting even for a few months, especially with the fuel we have these days. You might have a choke thats sticking or maybe a leaking intake boot.after going thru those then move forward with adjusting the idle screw
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  10. Hey folks I just bought my second suzuki (first one was wrecked). Its a 1988 LT250 quad runner. Needs some work so I will be back here often for help and advice along the way! Thanks in advance from Arkansas.
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  11. Welcome to QUADCRAZY!
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  12. 2 downloads

    Workshop Service Manual for 2000-2004 Big Bear 400
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  13. Follow up on carb cleaning. Took it back apart this morning and repeated everything I did yesterday plus ran copper wire into every orifice I could find and put it back together and re-installed. Started right up and runs great. Don't know what I missed yesterday but must have found it today. Rode around the fields and woods for about an hour with no problems. Next step is to get the front brakes working which I hope to get to tomorrow. Two of the four tires are leaking air through cracks and around rims so considering whether to put tubes in them or bite the bullet and replace the tires. Tons
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  14. Hello from Missouri, 72 year old outlaw here doing his best to stay in the game. Owned several bikes in my life, but just acquired my first quad. It's a Yamaha Bear Tracker, still working out what year it is but think it's a 2002 give or take a year. It had sat for several yrs before I got it so has a few problems. Both front brakes were locked up. I released them by loosening the connection at the master cylinder just so I could push it the ramps onto my pickup. Will look into that later but right now my first priority is to get it running. I was able to start it when I got it home by giving
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  15. didn't slide around and was comfortable out of the box but was still not like a factory seat. After I covered it I liked it better that the factory seat. That gel layer is nice
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