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  1. Thanks I already downloaded it, wasn't helpful. I was able to figure it out. She's back up and running!
  2. Friend of mine picked up an LT80 that needs some work. The manufacture date is 11/1986 The fuel and vacuum lines for the carb were all disconnected. I picked up a new card and was hoping someone on here has a photo or knows how the lines are hooked up Thanks in advance
  3. I was able to upload one for a 2014 Grizzly. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction
  4. View File 2014 Yamaha Grizzly 700 Service Manual I added a manual for a 2014 Grizzly 700. Hope it's helpful to someone YFM700DE YFM700DHE YFM700PE YFM700PHE YFM700PSE Submitter nix377 Submitted 12/16/2018 Category Yamaha ATV
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    I added a manual for a 2014 Grizzly 700. Hope it's helpful to someone YFM700DE YFM700DHE YFM700PE YFM700PHE YFM700PSE
  6. You made it to 10, did you get your manual?
  7. Choosing an ATV can be overwhelming at first. There a ton of good and bad opinions about all the major manufacturers. The first thing you have to do is be honest with yourself about how you plan to use it. I've seen several friends buy machines they later regretted for this very reason. Some wanted mud machines, and quickly realized they only get into the mud a small percentage of their riding time. Others bought sport quads that weren't practical for woods and trail riding at our local trails. I was lucky enough to have one of each. When we rode dirt roads and fast trails I took the sport, for snow and mud trails i took the utility atv. Now that I'm old and ride slower, I have one utility quad. Speed is no longer a factor, it's about the comfort for my aging body. I've owned ATV's from every manufacturer and there were things I loved and hated about all of them. They all have their pluses and minuses. Do your research, test drive as many as you can and most importantly, once you buy one enjoy it as much as you can!
  8. I didn't discover ATV's until I was in my late 30's. In 2004 I bought a Polaris 250 two stroke from a co-worker to use for hunting. I was immediately hooked. At one point I had the wife and kids involved. We had four atv's and a SXS. Sadly over the past few years we have dwindled down to one again. The kids are in high school/ college and between sports, friends, and work they have little time for the sport. My wife can no longer ride due to a back injury. I still ride as much as I can and I have a side business doing repairs so I still get to put my hands on all kinds of machines It's a great and highly addictive sport
  9. Did you ever end up finding the manual you were looking for?
  10. I also came here back in 2015 looking for a manual. I was able to find one and forgot all about this place. I was researching another issue for a friend's quad and was re-introduced to this place by google. I do have a few manuals I might be able to contribute, is there somewhere to upload them on here, or just respond to requests?
  11. LOL, I found this while researching an issue with an old King quad I was able to figure it out, but being able to download the manual would be nice too! Is there something you have to do besides getting 10 posts?
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