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  1. Has anyone here tackled The Amazon Trail at Burning Rock yet? [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OU_SK2QnOI]The Amazon at Burning Rock - Muddiest Off-Road Trail - YouTube[/ame]
  2. I have a Polaris 250, 2 stroke. The oil pump drive gear disintegrated due to age It’s made of plastic. I ordered a top end kit, crank bearings, oil pump gear (steal)! I had the cylinder bore 10 thou. Starts right up and runs great until it warms up. Then want to die at an idle and seem to run hot like it is running to lean. I brought up the needle on the slide to richen it up but it runs very rich. ( 2 stroke pop chug pop) Like they do when running rich. I wonder if the WSM piston is not expanding when hot or if the bore job was a poor job.
  3. I recently acquired a 1990 LT250 4wd and was wondering what you guys thought of it and if it would be a decent trail quad? I'm not looking to do monster jumps or race or anything like that, I just like riding trails, having never owned one (a 4 wheeler, been pretty hardcore on 3 wheels since I started riding) I'm not sure what exactly to expect.
  4. Went some where different and rode some trails !!! Temps in the 60`s and no dust !! Trails were tacky and fast !! Heres some pics !!! 3rd ride after breakin my wrist in june :yes:still hard to hang on with a brace on but I`ll live with it !!
  5. Could someone please explain how this could happen? The bolts that hold the stator plate in place came loose and broke all the wires going to the cdi and coil.there`s 7 wires coming out of it. I rewired the wiring and finally got it to crank up and run but..........for some strange reason when you put the gear selector in f for foward, it`s in reverse and when youi put it in reverse it goes foward any help or suggestions would be really appreciated.
  6. My 1987 Trail boss will start with choke on, and then the choke must immediately be taken off to get the engine to run for 5 seconds only. If the choke is reapplyed when the engine is shutting down after burning its 5 second gulp of fuel from the choke, it will run for another 5 seconds and so on. I have removed and cleaned the carb twice without finding a problem or improving the problem. Each time I remove the carb, the bowl is full of fuel. Compression is 95 psi. It is only running on the fuel provided by continually applying the choke!! HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  7. You are going head first down a mountain and realize that you might tumble over. You hit the brakes but every time you do it seems to buckle on you and you realize that you need to stop before your ATV gets messed up really bad. You start to panic. You may not have been in this situation before but you may be in the future. Choosing the right combination of bumpers and side bars is the key ingredient to protecting your investment. Bison bumpers are what you need to protect your ATV and your pockets. Damaging the plastic of your ATV can cost a lot more than our bumpers created to protect it. Many Bison bumpers will fit 2012 models and when they don't we are made new ones to fit. Check out the Bison products on www.atv-bumpers.com to find your ATV's protection. ATVenture Components Bison Bumpers and Accessories www.atv-bumpers.com 1-866-789-5840
  8. Hatfield-McCoy Trail and Burning Rock are great places to ride with hundreds of miles of trails all over southern WV. Home
  9. For the sake of consolidation... Here's a nice place to post Trail Work and Area Clean-up Volunteer opportunities. If you're interested in me posting a volunteer opportunity in your area on other forums, please feel free to send me details (where, what, who to contact). [email protected] Also, a reminder that if you are a partner/member club or a 3-year individual member, you qualify to apply for our stewardship grants to help fund these projects. Stay tuned to the Stewardship Grants thread, or have a peek at the website: Tread Lightly - Stewardship Grants Thanks. And feel free to post up your own stewardship projects here as well
  10. Date: Sat Oct 1st Time: 9:00 - 1:00pm Location: Lefthand OHV area. 4.6 miles up Lefthand Canyon Dr. from the intersection with Hwy 36. Parking is along the main road (both before and after the OHV area entrance) Moe's Bagels, coffee, juice, and other drinks provided Bring work gloves and sturdy work boots. Map/info on the area: Stay The Trail Colorado - View Trail System - Lefthand Canyon
  11. LET'S BUILD SOME TRAILS!!! Many of you have expressed interest in helping us build more and better trails at Doc Hilt Trails. We have cut several new trail areas around stream bottoms this past winter that need a finishing touch. Git 'er Done! Come on out this Saturday & Sunday, February 12th & 13th. The weather forecast looks fantastic! Bring your good cheer and tools and let's plan to get started around 9:00am each day. We'll work for a couple of hours and then play the rest. You provide the help and we'll provide lunch and free trail riding the rest of the day. It's a great way to have a lot of fun and meet new people to ride with... all the while working together to enhance the trail riding experience of many. What to bring: Any tools for clearing brush and small trees like loppers, clippers, hand saws, bow saws, self-powered tools, work gloves, and good boots, and maybe some rope to pull debris away. Please call me about any specialty equipment that you might be able to provide, especially heavy equipment! And don't forget to be thoughtful to your sweetie next Monday, it's Valentines! Doc Hilt Trails - ATV park - Home Please feel free to call or email me if you have any questions. Thanks, Gannon Murphy [email protected] cell: 770-241-3182 Note: Volunteering is optional, you may simply want to ride the trails at out regular rates, and that's OK.
  12. Trying to organize a ride the first weekend of December, on the Iron Horse Trail. Anyone interested? Alberta's Iron Horse Trail News Maps Communities
  13. 2011 Hatfield McCoy Trail Permits go on sell to the public the last part of November. If you really want to get your money's worth, plan a late November or December trip and buy the new 2011 permit. This permit will be good until December 31, 2011. Over 13 months of riding for fifty dollars--now that is what we call a good deal. Take advantage of the 2011 permits. Start planning a winter trip today! Lisa and Marty
  14. Does anybody out there know of any Alberta clubs looking to hire a trail groomer this winter? I would really enjoy the opportunity. Any leads would be greatly appreciated.
  15. I was just wondering how all of you handle meeting another rider head on in the trails? I have always been taught to ofcourse hit the brakes, but more importantly always pull off to your right to avoid collision. I had an incident on Saturday where I came into a situation like this, I was cruising along pretty good, but I say a rider on an RM 250 come aroung a corner ahead of me. I saw him before he saw me and I promptly hit my brakes and skidded off as far as I could to the right. The trail was fairly wide at that point leaving more than enough room for him to get by me if he too had stayed to his right. Instead, he panicked, and turned his bike sideways right in front of me. I couldn't do anything at this point except keep on the brakes and hang on. I smashed right into the side of his bike and the rear end of my quad spun around sending me tumbling off to my left, no big deal, just some scrapes and bruises. But the other rider was launched off his bike and over my quad. He had obviously hit something with his groin area, his pants had several holes in the front and he suffered some an injury to his man parts, I will spare you all the exact details. His pipe was smashed in, my bumper was completely pasted flat to the front of my quad, my headlight was broken off and one of my front tires was puntured. What I am wondering is, who is at fault in a situation like this, if anyone. Is there a clear cut rule on how to react to head-on meetings like this, or is it just considered a hazzard of the sport? I felt bad for the guy, but I just figured we would each deal with our problems ourselves and go our separate ways.
  16. Hi everyone, I'm new here obviously, I'm looking for info on this bike, tried this question on another forum and didn't get much response. Any input is appreciated. TIA! Hey all, I just bought a 1993 350 4X4. It's in good shape and appears to have been fairly well taken care of. I've been going through it servicing and inspecting it. The owners manual says to check the counter balance oil, and to top it off with 10/30. Only the manual just shows the drain plug and not the fill plug. I took a picture of what I believe is the fill, in the red circle about the pull start, but I wanted to confirm. I know the plug to the left is the transmission fluid fill and it's full, but the plug on the right in the circle is dry. Also, just what is the counter balance, what does it do? TIA!
  17. After riding my new (to me) 2000 trail boss, I noticed the fan NEVER ran, even after letting the quad idle for 15 minutes. I thought I had a problem with my fan or my thermister, so I did some checking and found both were working as they were designed...turning on at 260 degrees F. A further check on the various forums found that others noticed their fans not turning on. I believe that this is a design error. The thermister, sitting on the downstream side of the radiator, is waiting for the oil to literaly cook before turning on the fan. I mean, if the oil has reached 260 degrees after going through the radiator, how hot is it in my engine? My belief is that the best oil temps are just above boiling (215 to 245 degrees F or so), so as to help eliminate any water build up, but keeps the oil from cooking. I also noticed that the fan blows air through the radiator, then across the cooling fins of the head/jug. I feel it would be nice if the fan would come on at lower temps, to help with cylinder cooling as well. So I came up with a mod that has really seemed to do the trick. Basically, I just placed at 10K ohm resister across the the thermister wires, so that it is wired in parallel (from one wire to the other). The result: Before: Fan would only turn on at 260 degrees F, off at 240 F. Engine temp light activates at 290 degrees F. After: Fan turns on at 245 degrees F, off at 225. Engine temp light activates at (estimated) 285 degrees F. After making the mod, I tested it, and after idling for 10 minutes, my fan turned on!!!! Oh, and when I placed the resister jumper, I was able to keep everything water tight. I pulled the pins out of the harness that attaches to the thermister wires. Once the pins were out, I used a needle to poke a small hole through each of the two "sealing bushings" that were attached to the wires. I then threaded the resister leads through these small holes, and soldered them to the back ends of the pins. Then I put the pins back into the harness, and for good measure covered the back of the sealing bushings with silicone, also covering the resister in the process. If the temp figures are not low enough for ya, you could use a lower value resister. Go with a 5.6 K, and your fan would turn on at approximately 230 degrees, off at around 200. If you already have a soldering gun, solder, and silicone, the mod only costs .99c for the resister! This mod was done on a 2000 Trail boss. I'm sure it would work for other years and/or models. Check your owners supplement...if your thermister activates your fan at 260 degrees with 2519 ohms across, then it will work.
  18. Just picked up a Trail Blazer 250 for my daughter, question who works on shocks, looking fior a re valve and lighter springs. Any help would be great!
  19. This was one of the most scenic 40 mile loop trails we have ridden and reviewed. All the info including maps, videos and pictures are here SouthwestUTV.com---Queen Valley/Montana Mountain UTV, ATV and Off Road Trail Information Thanks
  20. Here's a new trail we just rode to the Tip Top Mine. It took us a step back in time to the late 1880s All the info including maps, videos and pictures are here SouthwestUTV.com---UTV, ATV and Off Road Trail Information Thanks and enjoy!
  21. Just rode and added a new trail to the website. Hovatter Road UTV, ATV and Off Road Trail All the info including maps, videos and pictures are here SouthwestUTV.com---UTV, ATV and Off Road Trail Information Thanks
  22. Just found and rode a new trail in Wickenburg, Arizona. Man we love living here!! All the info including maps, vids and pics are here Southwest UTV---UTV and Side x Side Trail Information Thanks
  23. oct 31 at carolinabackwoods.com.9 to 9 freddie and jason will be there ride your machine or take the hay ride. you are more likely to meet freddie on the hay ride http://www.carolinabackwoods.com
  24. Rubicon Trail, CA, September 16, 2009 - The Rubicon Trail is the world's most famous of all of the tough 4x4 trails. The trail traverses the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California and although the trail is only about 12 miles in length, it is littered with hunks of granite rock that torture equipment and typically takes two days to navigate. It has been said that if your vehicle has a weakness, More...
  25. This video was submitted to the QUADCRAZY Video section by JohnnyBGood. Description of Video: More POV from Polaris Video Tags: POV http://www.quadcrazy.com/video/video/&v=117527093751

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