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  1. 2 points
    The "first" for anything always seems to hold some meaning. I still remember buying my first quad. Had it for 10 years and put a pile of miles on it. Sold it and it was reborn as a different machine now. Even other "firsts" for my other hobbies I still remember. Mike
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    So I decided to pick up a small trailer if I could get one for the right price. I found this one for a few hundred bucks on Craig’s list. It is a galvanized trailer which is exactly what I was looking for. The wood was shot and needed some minor repairs which I could care less about as long as the chassis was good. I striped it down and put a new deck on. I had some vinyl realtree graphics that I had laying around so I added them to the fenders which I think worked out well. Very happy with this little guy. I'm having the iron workers at my jobmake me up a few lightweight side rails that will have a 22 degree bend in them to accommodate the tires that slightly hang over the edge and will incorporate some tie down points as well.
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    That's exactly what it was,bad stator right out the box,they sent me another package and it worked fine
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    I dont like doing upholstery work.. but cant afford for someone else to do it for me so here's my go at it... picked up the staple gun at harbor freight 1/4" long staples... ordered the cover off of ebay.. the guys said to get this material as it is more forgiving... it's like a tweed nylon stuff... and not the fake leather stuff... here are the before... I did trim the old one so it wasn't rippling under the new one..but held the foam on the seat back..in pics is what was left of old one after I trimmed it... Not to bad
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    Has it sat for a while or did it just start happening all of a sudden? When was the last time it ran fine? Did you do anything, tune up, part changes?
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    Wow that sounds scary, by the topic it sounded like YOU got impaled!!! The lever/shifter prob just got bent. It should run fine with it bent. Juts make sure there is nothing blocking the shifter so it goes completely into the gear you want. That is the hand shifter on the left side by the fender correct ? When your ready to repair it then remove it from the machine and heat it up and bend it back to where it was. If your not sure what it looked like before it was bent then look the part up and it will give you an idea of what it looked like. You can also buy another shifter just to be safe.
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    Nice work @Spartacus Stroppel I started doing this a few years back and have had great success. I order my own material from amazon now and make all kinds of seat covers. They sell material by the yard for $8 and $10 bucks so I get at least two seat covers out of one piece of fabric. I do a lot of molding work for houses and use my compressor for my nail gun so I went and bought an air staple gun, it makes life a lot easier.
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    Didn't try shifting without coming off the throttle. Planing to download app and to detect time with it, but didn't find proper one before that runs. I will test more and will try next time with it
  11. 1 point
    Dorman makes a universal drain plug for auto applications you can get at napa, carquest, or advance auto parts. Amazon has them as well. Might work for you on this.
  12. 1 point
    True story mike! Seems like a long time but it’s only been 3 plus years or so. Come a long way since this bike. I have vendors, search documents that make life easier for my electrical work and parts guys all over now. Even some cool paint, vinyl graphics and hydro dipping equipment to play with.
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    This week try to see what will be the time for 0-60 Mph
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    Thank you @Ajmboy I appreciate that ! Just rebuilt the carb she fired right up! Going to wash it down and pressure wash the engine and check all fluids. Thanks again brother.
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    @Frank Angerano great topic! Glad you found quadcrazy, you have helped so many people here. Every day I look you are answering and helping people. You are the best bro! quad looks great!!!
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    NEW HERE IM NEEDING SERVICE MANUAL FOR 2014 CAN AM OUTLANDER XMR 1000
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    Yes big thing ! Especially on state land, hikers are constantly out there and rightfully so. Problem is hunters hear the leaves crackling like a potato chip factory and they take aim in that direction. Scary stuff, even avid atv riders are out there riding and have no clue it’s hunting. So state land riders should be made aware.
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    @Frank Angerano I forgot about hunting season, I’ll need to make sure not to disrupt any hunters when I go out!
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    This is a good topic and something I need to get ASAP. FYI for our NY members Gander mountain in Kingston is closing. Take a look at the sales in the pic attached.
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    Catskills NY, I ride mainly my rancher 420. Honda of course !! I have a few other machines to ride as well since I buy, fix and sell atv’s but my personal machine is my rancher. My son has a 350 rancher as well. First pics are up in the Catskills. That’s me, my son and my buddy @06kfx440 (far right) and his pal out at lost trails PA. Catskills NY, I ride mainly my rancher 420. Honda of course !! I have a few other machines to ride as well since I buy, fix and sell atv’s but my personal machine is my rancher. My son has a 350 rancher as well. First pics are up in the Catskills. That’s me, my son and my buddy @06kfx440 (far right) and his pal out at lost trails PA.
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    This is an easy fix, the Rally 200 has a chain drive reverse. The chain is a 35HD you can get off Amazon cheap...the factory is over $60 and discontinued. You need the chain a break and rivet tool for chains also. Total price is under $50 to fix. Base off your year the rear brake is on the transmission . It a metric 5 or 6 Allen key and 10mm and 13mm and the case comes apart fairly easy. Take it apart carefully so you don't lose parts. Measure and assemble the new chain and install in reverse order. I did my wife's when it failed the second time on the trail (used a standard 35h chain) in about 45 mins. I would not recommend driving with the chain still in the case. If it gets bumped just right it's game over and tears a hole in the case....mine was scarred pretty bad but wasn't through.
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    Good stuff @Rich1028! That map at the end looks like a treasure map with that hand written cross Maybe time for a bigger trailer or do an over under with some welding.
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    Patience is not my strong point ! Lol, Veterans Day is coming ! Maybe a sale ?
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    Yes sir. Harness is about 50.00, that's what my deductible is. I would fix it but it will cost the same and I want th ore vibration issue looked at also. Only 800 trail miles on the machine. 4 trail riding trips. not fond of mudding, thorough cleaning after every ride. No built up mud in/on rims. I get harrased about my clean equipment by the guys I ride with all the time.
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    Can’t see the video. I did a quick search on that problem and the remedy seems to be a replacement plug/harness. Looks like the injector plug and about 10 inches of wire that comes with a splice kit. Sound right to you?
  27. 1 point
    We have a cabin in Dunbar, trails were awesome Saturday, weather in the 60s. Did around 150 miles. Rain all day Sunday, some on Monday. They do a great job on the trails with all the water the have had.
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    Sorry if we hijacked your thread Rich! The Honda's are definitely cool - my favourited brand too. Just thought I'd mention that I too have a daughter in Kelowna Dave! My son lives in the states now, Portland, Oregon which is a pretty cool spot and has some great riding areas. We're pretty spoiled here in the Cariboo, I live on 15 acres that backs onto Crown (public) land that goes forever it seems. Hardly any neighbours or fences, plenty of lakes & clean air plus it's only 2 hours to a city like Kamloops or 4 hr. to the coast where Dave lives. My place is at around 4000' elevation so winter comes early and stays late most years, sledding is very popular too. If anyone is curious, let me know and I can give you a tour of this great area!
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    Happy Birthday to your wife .. She sounds like a keeper !
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    Hahahaha that’s great.
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    Ah it's now night here in New Zealand but morning isint to far away.
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    Age is all mind over matter! If you don’t mind it don’t matter!!!!! Lol. But to be honest I feel the same way. All my friends have 600’s,700’s and 800’s etc, I love my 420 as it’s plenty fast. One thing I’m really interested in though is independent suspension. I am seriously thinking about a newer machine with independent suspension but that’s maybe next year. Need to flip a few more bikes since I like the fact that all the newer bikes I have are all purchased with money from buying, fixing and selling older atv’s. But anyway not to get off topic I like both of the machines you have and you take good care of your older one and I’m sure you’ll do the same with the newer one. Keep up the good work and ride safe guys. Keep the pics and the outings/rides coming.
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    Well done. The bikes as much apart in the years yet still look close in style.
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    @Frank Angerano very nice, you always find good deals. I like the camo wrap. My trailer needs a little tlc... I believe that's the width. check out https://www.etrailer.com/faq-trailer-tire-sizing-tables.aspx If you can fit it move up to 13", you can get cheap rims and tires as a combo.
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    Hitting the Trail in the Morning. Heading out to Leota Trails http://www.upnorthtrails.org/trails/leota-trail.html Breaking in the Wife's New Ride. Have Fun and Ride Safe People!
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    I overhauled my smaller trailer last year. The mesh deck was broken in several places and was getting rusty. Replaced the wiring harness and put in all new LED lights. The main difference is the deck is HDPE plastic sheet that I had cut up at work. It did add some weight but it will never rot.
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    That's pretty cool, good camera setup!
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    Only place I have seen anything about them was on some of the atv swap shop facebook pages
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    I am riding with Alpinestar Tech 7, but you have to try them out. Before I buy them I tried many different brands and sizes, but this boots fits perfectly for me. And of course they are with really high safety class for ATV and Dirt bike riders
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    Yes sir it is getting colder! Walked out this am and made a u turn to grab a jacket! Dark mornings and dark afternoons as well. I told my kid to get ready for bed last night or what I thought was last night because it was dark! My oldest said dad it’s only 7:15. I felt like it was 9pm!!!
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    I wear muck boots when I ride. There are two brands I use. One is the actual brand “muck” boots. They are black and have a material that’s made out of almost like a divers suit from above the ankle up to the top of the calve so it’s expandable. The other is called Extra Tough or Servus boots. All good stuff for what your looking for.
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    What made you change all them parts without testing them first? I’m only asking not criticizing. Just trying to figure out why you changed all that. It could be the cdi but there are a few variables as well. Kill switch, shorted wire, regulator/rectifier etc. Was the bike running before ? Did you get the bike broken ? let’s get a little background going on the bike and I’m sure we can help you out.
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    UPDATE: i working on replacing the carb, and changing the oil, as from it sitting the oil level is very diluted by gasoline. other sources say that all of my problems are most likely the carb being toast, as the problem wasnt sudden, it gradually had gotten worse the more it was used. will keep posted.
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    Sweet, good luck with the new bike and ride safe.
  46. 1 point
    had some friends invite me to a weekend event at an ATV park and got hooked immediately.
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    I got an old Kawasaki Mojave 250 for Christmas when I was 14 or 15. A couple years later, my Dad bought a Polaris Scrambler 400 and I took it over. From there, I've pretty much been a Polaris guy with another Scrambler, a couple Sportsmans, a RZR4. I'm 36 now with a family of my own I've got another couple Sportsmans and a Trailblazer and an oddball Yamaha Grizzly 660.
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    Here is first part of promised video from Retro Museum Bulgaria. Here is cars from Eastern Europe and Russia from previous century. Hope you will enjoy video
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    Right back at ya! Still some warm days out here but yesterday it got down to 1C overnight - that's one degree above freezing so 33/34 F I guess. Brrr. A black bear discovered our two apple trees and totally demolished them, ate every last apple & it was a great crop!
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    Yike, I was chain harrowing my food plot with my 2018 Textron Alterra 500 ATV when a tree limb snaked between my left drive shaft and the steering arm passed through the machine and extended out the back about 6 feet before I could stop. The large end snaped and burried itself in the ground. I carry emergence tools and used a hand chain saw to cut it in several pieces and removed the pole. The grease seals are shreeded, which looked like the only damage, however, when I started the machine the shift lever had been bent or moved. nutural is now reverse, forward is nutral and low is high forward. All that to ask, can I just pull the lever back or how to fix. Its hunting season so I do not want down time until Jamuary. If this is a big job can I run without damaging the transmission. I will fassion a temp boot seal. So what do I do Jim
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