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Dustin C

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  1. Atvs are pretty handy for moving empty trailers or maybe with some brush on them, but nothing that heavy. It would be cool to watch though!
  2. That's pretty slick! I haven't ever seen one of those before. How do you think it would do for raking up underbrush and dead limbs?
  3. 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.
  4. Glad you figured it out. The parts diagrams on any of the parts seller websites can usually help identify stuff if you have an idea where to look.
  5. 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.
  6. It's absolutely addicting. In the last year, I went from owning zero to now having four in the garage! 2002 Polaris Trailblazer 250 2008 Polaris Sportsman 800 HO 2008 Polaris Sportsman 400 HO 2007 Yamaha Grizzly 660
  7. I like #5. Proper loading and strapping down your ATV is very important.
  8. Any weird grinding noises when it's working? That could indicate the silent chain is going out.
  9. Try adjusting the shift linkage. I try to get the two extremes (park and high) to work, then the rest should all work.
  10. Man, my money was on the flywheel and or key. Do you have a service manual? It may detail how to test the CDI.

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