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  1. IDaman

    Newbie

    Thanks!
  2. IDaman

    Newbie

    That was a well fed coyote. My buck (2013) was measured at B&C 298 6/8". I'm guessing it was 300# on the hoof. By far the biggest buck I've ever shot. It was a real challenge loading it by myself onto the front of that Suzuki King Quad. Fortunately I had the winch. Interesting antlers. I'm going to look into that power loader. Thanks for the tip.
  3. IDaman

    New CForce400s

    Just bought a 2018 500 this fall and am quite impressed. I have a 1/2 mile long driveway with a 300' elevation rise, and this rig plows it effortlessly. As others have said, it's around 3 grand cheaper that the "name brands" I looked at.
  4. IDaman

    Just bought a CForce 500

    Yes, I have found that the only way to get it out of park or reverse is to manually relieve the pressure on the drive train by rocking it back and forth. Definitely a design flaw, IMO.
  5. IDaman

    Just bought a CForce 500

    Idle is spec. CVT transmission way different that the Honda.
  6. IDaman

    Newbie

    Here's the Idaho F&G site. https://idfg.idaho.gov/
  7. IDaman

    Newbie

    It's a beautiful country we live in. Thanks, Jacob. It's a great machine.
  8. IDaman

    Just bought a CForce 500

    I'll check it out. Thanks for your input. It has a CVT transmission, which I know nothing about. Time to crack the books.
  9. IDaman

    Just bought a CForce 500

    No, but I will. I just bought it in October.
  10. IDaman

    Just bought a CForce 500

    Thanks, Frank. I think you are correct about the pressure on the drive train. A couple of things about this bike, however: There is no hand brake lock as with most ATVs. The shift stick arrangement (not pedal) has a Reverse and Park position. It's sometimes very difficult to move the shift lever out of those positions. When in reverse, I can sometimes rock the ATV back and quickly shift out of reverse. Getting out of Park isn't that easy.
  11. I've noticed that it is difficult to shift out if Park & Reverse if stopped on a hill. Is there a trick that I need to know?
  12. IDaman

    Newbie

    I live in the Boise Mountains in Ola, ID. I have a 2000 Suzuki 300 King Quad I'm fixing up. It's a great little hunting rig, and I've toted a fair amount of venison home with it.

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