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  1. Let’s temperature check this and agree that there are clearly two sides to this pandemic, politics, and all that. Can we tone this down please? It’s like the third politically driven topic that seems to get everyone heated. No name calling please. I can appreciate everyone’s points of view, but let’s keep it civilized.
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  2. Its worth the extra money for 8ply radial. I have 8 ply Sedona RipSaws on my 570 sportsman Touring . It is night and day difference.
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  3. No one is restraining opinion and many may agree with you in fact. The only issue is the name calling and words you used, just keep it civil. It was cleaned up, that’s it. If you want to make it into an issue and absolutely need to be able to name call others, well that’s up to you really. I don’t have a good answer for that.
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  4. You’re thinking of the old g-spot bar and grille forum I think, where it was anything goes. Yes this is general discussion and anything goes, but we need to refrain from using some of the language as it’s a public facing forum. It’s more no “cussing” 😉. Discuss what you want but we have a hard stop on name calling and language that can be considered “cussing”. If you guys want something that isn’t open to the public to rant and such, and not have concern about the language, we can probably add a forum or bring back that old one. Better yet, just create a private club and add a forum. We w
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  5. Check the continuity on the plug wire and boot. I had a firing problem once and it took me a couple days of wiring diagrams and multimeter work...turned out to only be a bad plug boot.
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  6. then i call BS on all the covid tests, and if they are off or faulty, then there might not even be a pandemic, just made up numbers. covid is just another strain of the flu and isnt any more dangerous then the common flu. death rates are at an all time low for 2020 compared to 2019 and 2018 according to the cdc. there is way too much info and loose ends that havnt been explained. yes the flu can kill you, if you are not in good health or have pre existing conditions. thats why if you are sick its polite to not associate with folks until youre better. whats the real pandemic is all the fe
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  7. ive had both strains of covid19. honestly, id rather have it over the flu. if the numbers which the media say are true i must be in a zone hardly affected by covid........and yet im told by the media i live in a red zone (right next to a college with approximately 1/3 of its students being foreign). i believe what i see with my eyes and i cant say that i know anyone thats died from covid or come close and i have a lot of friends, a very big extended family with cousins in multiple other states and one or two out of the country. the media is BSing us all and the government will run with it
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  8. I’ve had it and the worst part about it was no taste and smell. I’ve also lost people to it, so I understand that part of it too. The masks are a joke though. If they won’t stop dust when blowing of equipment then how do people expect them to stop a virus. Especially when most people don’t even wear them correctly. A virus has to run its course and we have to develop herd immunity in my opinion. Running the economy in the ground and pinning neighbor against neighbor is the main goal and outcome from this virus. It is a deadly disease but we need to take a stand and get the country back up and
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  9. Welcome aboard and nice videos!!!
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  10. Pretty sad when someone does not agree with your opinion you call them ignorant.
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  11. I'm tired of people ignoring the sensible precautions to limit the spread of the virus that families of over 500.000 Americans have learned that it is no joke. We all are tired of the pandemic that did not need to hit North America as hard as it has. Be thankful if you and your loved ones have not suffered from it. I will be getting the vaccine as soon as it is available to me, and I very much look foreward to the day it is over. Deniers have turned a virus strain first found in Wuhan, labeled it the China virus ( which now some research has said it has possibly first arisen
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  12. I'm a firm believer in 8 ply radials and power steering.
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  13. .I prefer kenda tires. What specific tire? Bear claw or bear claw htr. What machine do you have?
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  14. You really can't mount one on that machine that doesn't stick out the front. Either have to fab something like the one below I grabbed off the interwebs or pick up a cheap winch mount plate from Harbor Freight and make it work. If you were just lifting a snow plow though, top mount to the rack would work fine as the plow isn't really heavy enough to damage the rack. I sure wouldn't try to pull it out of the mud with a top rack mount winch though! http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/640x480q90/537/huYEcY.jpg
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  15. Purchased a Ranger 150 for the kid and searching info online came across this site. Looking to update the fleet next year with a Turbo SXS. This is an upgrade from the Polaris Outlaw 50.
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  16. I picked up this ranger cheap because the AWD wasn't working. I checked it out and had 12.5 volts at the diff if I unhook the ground from the harness and run a straight ground from the frame it engages. What could be causing this? Any help would be appreciated!
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  17. Finally got time to get back on the Ranger! I checked the ground (earth) wire back to the speedo everything is good. Thanks for all the advice!
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  18. Figured I ought to post a little introduction for me and my newly acquired quad. I just recently picked up a 1985 Suzuki lt250ef in pretty rough shape but a good price. Need typical things like tires, tune up, and a couple other things. Came to this forum looking for a service manual and maybe so parts. I'm looking for mostly the rear brake light assembly being as someone apparently decided to remove it at some point and bypassed the wiring. Also any pointers to typical good practices on these would be nice but I like to think I am fairly mechanically inclined. Any help is appreciated, thanks!
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  19. TIME FOR NEW TIRES! LOOKING TO BUY NEW TIRES 28X9X14 AND 28X11X14 SOMETHING OTHER THE "ZILLAS". WHAT HAS ANYONE TRIED ON THIS MACHINE?
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  20. Ok. I've been keeping a look out for you... I'll keep watching. To go with the press you will need a couple of short lengths of what I think you guys call girder steel.. it's cross section is like a capital I... That's a capital "eye", not an "L". It needs to be big stuff, like six inches tall and about four across the two side plates. That's to support the crank on the bed of the press. You also want a bit of angle iron about two inches by two inches. That doesn't need to be very long, about eight inches will be plenty. It's what you use to align the crank webs as you start pressin
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  21. This service manual might help. Wiring ca be sooo much "fun" 2007 Polaris Sportsman 700 800 800 EFI Service Manual.pdf
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  22. You have voltage on the ground wire? Odd.
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  23. That's what I was thinking but I got 12.5 volts at the wiring harness at the hot and ground side! When I hook the ground to the diff from the frame AWD engages but wont disengage when I turn the switch off it will disengage if I have the switch off and put it in reverse. Thanks for the input this is driving me crazy!
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  24. Looks like you may have answered your own question. Must be a break in the ground circuit somewhere.
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  25. Ah, didn't know the rebuild was Niche products. That would have been the first thing I looked at because they are complete trash. Niche makes a few disposable parts that aren't bad but never never use their piston or cylinder.
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  26. Reviving my old thread here, gonna try posting a few picture and videos of this beast all completed 😎 BC948A43-6E38-414D-9B01-3B40B8D409F4.MOV AE99F9FE-64ED-453B-8FCF-EF8EFE61AF8B.MP4 B33324AD-5CF8-4DA2-BCE5-1AFA0AE3A464.MOV
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  27. Try leaning out the idle mixture a bit .. Turn the air screw in 1/4 turn at a time and try accelerating. If it stumbles on acceleration , back the screw out again 1 /8 turn at a time until both idle and acceleration are good. That should also help the start. For regular use above 4,000 ft. you may need to rejet the carb to a smaller jet size.
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  28. I believe that was a similar problem another member in the forum had with his quad. Idled well and ran ok under low load but as soon as he tried to rev up it would cut out. You can get inline spark checkers that will tell you if you are losing ignition under load. Here's a link to one Home Depot carries. You can likely find one in a local auto supply or on Amazon. If the carb ran fine when replaced then the settings were likely fine. Plugged passages from sitting usually means a lean run problem. Hunter may very well have set the right course for you. . Not all ap
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  29. Did it run OK after you had the carb replaced? The air screw usually is out about 1 1/2 turns +/- from lightly seated . If this has been happening since you got the new carb it may be the main fuel metering rod is set wrong .. There are notches in the top of it and a clip to change the amount it rises as you open the throttle. If the clip is in the lowest setting the carb will run the richest and in the top notch , the leanest. If this has been a problem right from the start with the new carb , try setting the metering rod one notch down from the top. That's where the rod is
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  30. Railroad Buttes or as they are better known locally as Farmingdale. I thought I would share a few pictures from there since this winter has been incredibly mild and has allowed a lot of riding to be done. The Black Hills offers terrain of all kinds from the forests the area is known for to the rolling prairie. The Buttes are a personal favorite for when you want to let your hair down and run full out or just cruise slow and take in the scenery. Excellent riding out here and a completely different experience than riding in the Hills.
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  31. Greeting from the Black Hills. I've been lurking quite awhile but decided now is as good a time as any to join and perhaps meet some like minded folks in time for the another riding season. We've got a few quads in our stable so I thought I'd share a few. A 2013 Can Am Renegade 800r XXC, 2007 Yamaha Raptor 700r, 2005 Kawi Prairie 650 and my favorite.. the Honda Trx700xx. Last year I took the Voyager Pro off my dirt bike and put it on the 700xx and it changed how I rode that old quad completely and reinvigorated my desire to ride. That new desire is what got me back online and how I found this
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  32. The only bummer part of where we live as we have such a short Riding season. Our trails open June 16th and close around October 16th, depending on the area. Some stay open till Dec 1st, they close them down for a couple reasons, safety and so they don't get torn to shreds. We do have one area that stays open most if the year that is BLM/Forest Service area. That is an hours drive. It does get to a point that trails are impassable due to snow, but parts of it are usable almost year round. Only problem is temperatures are pretty miserable to be out during the Winter . We do on occasion have str
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  33. Sold sons blaster so he could ride this.
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  34. Hello, I've recently gotten back into Atvs over the last year. It seems this site popped up while I was out of the game. I've currently got 4 atvs now: 2008 Sportsman 800, 2008 Sportsman 400, 2002 Trailblazer and a 2007 Grizzly 660.
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  35. See ya later. Don't need another Facebook where your opinion are restrained for butthurt communists.
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