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  1. Got my first quad this past fall a 2011 Grizz 700 EPS, and now that spring is getting close I'm thinking about getting back to work on maintenance stuff. So couple questions... 1. What are some regular maintenance points that are done in the spring on these machines? and 2. What are the regular maintenance points that are done every so many miles that I should look to do? Other than changing out a torn CV boot and cleaning some crap out of the air intake foam in the fall I really haven't done anything to the Grizz. So not knowing its maintenance history I'm assuming it's due for everything...all fluids changed out etc. Oh btw it's only got about 750 mi on it right now. Thanks I'm all ears
  2. For those of you who are into coffee, I found this little article that might interest some of you. I admit it. I am a coffee snob. I try not to be obnoxious about it, but let the record show: I enjoy a really great cup of coffee. But pay $4 a cup for it? No way. Even snobs have their limits. Over the years, I’ve learned that a really good cup of coffee has less to do with money and more to do with knowledge and care. In fact—and this is the amazing thing—the more I learn, the less I spend. BEANS. Purchase whole bean coffee as soon after it has been roasted as possible. Freshness is the key to a superb cup of coffee. Purchase in small amounts—only as much as you can use within 2 weeks of being roasted. RATIO. The perfect ratio of coffee beans (prior to grinding) and water is: One-half cup whole beans to 8 cups of water. GRIND. Grind your beans as close to brew time as possible. A burr or mill grinder that crushes the beans is preferable to a blade grinder that cuts them. Once ground, coffee should be used immediately. WATER. If your water is highly chlorinated use bottled or filtered water. It must be right at 200 F, just short of boiling temperature, when it hits the dry grinds. This is critical to creating a great cup of coffee. Consume immediately. STORE. The enemies of roasted coffee beans are air, moisture, heat and light—in that order. Keep your beans in an airtight container that is not close to moisture (sink, dishwasher), heat (oven, stove) or light (countertop). Do not store your daily coffee in the refrigerator or freezer because contact with moisture causes it to deteriorate. For larger quantities of roasted beans that you cannot use within 2 weeks, wrap in airtight bags and store for up to a month in the freezer—making sure the beans are completely protected against moisture. Once removed from the freezer, do not return. BUY. Most supermarkets offer high-quality, roasted coffee beans for $.60 to $1 per ounce ($9.50 - $16.00 per pound). Ouch! Discount warehouse clubs like Costco, Sam’s and B.J.’s have considerably less expensive coffee at about $9 a pound for name brands like Starbuck’s and Peet’s. Still, that’s too rich for my blood. ROAST. I roast my own coffee for two reasons: It is infinitely better tasting and half the price. I purchase green coffee beans by mail order for about $4 - $6 a pound, depending on current conditions and variety. I started out roasting in a popcorn popper (West Bend’s Poppery II is ideal) and have graduated to a small coffee roaster. My favorite resource for everything from roasting instructions to green coffee beans is http://www.u-roast-em.com/. Owner Jim Cameron has a wealth of knowledge and is anxious to share. You won’t believe how easy it is to roast coffee. And enjoyable, too. I roast only one-week’s worth at a time—about twenty minutes. Green coffee beans have an indefinite, useful shelf life of at least a year, and probably two or longer. But I’ll never know. Coffee beans just don’t last that long around my house!
  3. I came across the stuff, it is used for keeping plastic trim on cars looking good. Despite the name it works on all color plastics. If your plastics start getting the white clouding from lots of scratches or the are just looking old and tired...this is the stuff for you. It's about $10 a bottle and you apply it with a simple clothe. Rub it in like lotion, Absolutely amazing stuff. Here are some before and after pics. This is all scratches from my boots on the plastics above and behind the motor. Before: After:
  4. Hey! Just wanted to let you guys know about our big Tread Lightly! Charity Auction on eBay that’s running June 2-June 11. 100% of the proceeds are going to help the great outdoors and off-road recreation access. Below are JUST A FEW OF THE 150 ITEMS AVAILABLE. All bids are starting around 40%-80% off retail prices. See the charity auction at this link: eBay Seller: treadlightly: Parts Accessories, Outdoor Sports items on eBay Motors. A Few Featured Items Gator™ CX Utility Vehicle with Grille Guard from John Deere $4,449 Leather AGVSPORT Riding Jacket from Suzuki $219 2 Sand Hauler Paddle Rear ATV Tires on Douglas .125 Aluminum Wheels from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC $89 TakT 981 Helmet from EVS Sports $139 Tread Lightly! Motorcycle Tie Downs from Cycle Express $9.99 Reima Mountain Shell Jacket from Sandance Sports $99 AFX Combat Off-Road Technical Backpack $29 Pocket Tire Plugger for Tubeless Tires from Stop & Go International $15 Case of Amsoil Synthetic Motorcycle Oil from BestWholesaleOil.com $67 32 oz bottle of Bike Magik™ Qwik Shine from BioKleen Products $9 Drink Holder Attachment for ATVs from All Rite Products $18 ODYSSEY™ ATV/PWC Battery from Enersys™ $74 Set of 4 Dirt Devil II Tires from GBC Motorsports $259 Cobra ATV Windshield from PowerMadd $79 "His and Hers Kawasaki / Monster Energy package” consisting of jackets, shirts, hats, a backpack, and other accessories from Kawasaki $325 And Lots more! Tread Lightly! (Tread Lightly - Home)
  5. Wheel spacers, clutch perches, pads grips and more on the cheap
  6. Well, I'm having to sell everything I own, so I've made a page that lists what's being sold. I'm also going to have to sell my Ranger, my Toyota Tundra, and my trailer, so if you know anyone that might be interested, please email me @ [email protected] We Thanks for looking! Chris
  7. I have 2 Master Resi Guards and a Headlight Grill Guards 30 shipped each Grill...........80 Shipped

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