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  1. anderson750

    Your Pic of The Day

    I bought the red thingy because Milwaukee claims 1200 ft/lbs of breakaway an could be used on the motorhome if necessary.
  2. anderson750

    Your Pic of The Day

    Should I try and stretch a few more mikes out of this trailer tire?
  3. anderson750

    Coronavirus

    Even though it is “approved” this is still the clinical trial. You can’t convince me otherwise....... this approval had an immense amount of political pressure behind it.
  4. anderson750

    I need to be schooled in SXS's

    Agree 100%. Everything you outlined is one of the reasons Robby severed his partnership and has gone on to develop his own machine. None of the machines are built to the standard you would expect with what you pay for them. Pretty much an over priced heap of plastic and bolts that require a ton...
  5. anderson750

    Coronavirus

    Refusing to report could possibly be an issue with the state medical board. Whoever this doctor is seems to be going against the hypocratic oath that they take when becoming doctors. By not reporting what seems to by an obvious link to the vaccine, he is putting other people at risk. Your...
  6. anderson750

    I need to be schooled in SXS's

    I don't think so. They just are not built to last. There is a reason that when Artic Cat partnered with Robby Gordon to develop the Textron that it uses the Yamaha motor.
  7. anderson750

    I need to be schooled in SXS's

    I do not know a person who has had an arctic cat motor last more than 3500 miles without needing a rebuild. They have all lost compression.
  8. anderson750

    I need to be schooled in SXS's

    When buying used you are always buying risk. I bought my 2016 XP Turbo when it was a year old. I bought from a dealer in Idaho who sold it to the original owner and he traded it in for a 4 seater. It had 3000 miles on it when I bought it but they provided me with service records. the story I...
  9. anderson750

    Random picture thread

    Didn’t the plant close down shortly after this?
  10. anderson750

    Random picture thread

    I remember that
  11. anderson750

    Whiskey

    When mixed with Rumchata it is quite the surprise to your palate
  12. anderson750

    Coronavirus

    So when do employers have to mandate for things that kill more people than “The Rona”........ like obesity, heart disease, diabetes, suicide
  13. anderson750

    Whiskey

    A collection I brought home from Deadwood. All Bourbon based Regular, Honey, Apple, Cinamon, Peanut Butter.
  14. anderson750

    KTM Reed Problem

    I had a problem with the float needle on my Lectron not shutting off and it would fill the bottom end with fuel and essentially the motor was hydro locked. Was the fuel under the front of the motor like it was leaking out the exhaust? Mind did that and if yours did, I am surprised you got it...
  15. anderson750

    KTM Reed Problem

    The drilling of a hole in the case on a Yamaha is not anything new. I have heard of this more than once and one of them was on a bike with less than 20 hours on it. Sh!t happens. You will recall earlier this year when I had a reverse thread nut that is loctited on the main gear back off on me...
  16. anderson750

    KTM Reed Problem

    Brian bought a 0.1% KTM 300 that had some issues so every KTM is junk. To add to the discussion, Through 20+ years of being around racing I have never seen a 2 stroke get hot enough to melt a reed cage. Before it gets that hot you are going to destroy every bearing in it and probably cracked a...
  17. anderson750

    KTM Reed Problem

    GMFB🙄 Need more info on what has been going on with the bike. The only thing I could think could cause that is some type of back burn of fuel. Big question is why. I can’t imagine it was even running correctly leading up to this.
  18. anderson750

    Wanted Single 7" round LED headlight

    Convert to LED
  19. anderson750

    Suspension seat base

    I love the air suspension seats in the motorhome. In a boat you are dealing with more G force than you would need in most automotive applications. I would be more inclined to design it around a downhill mountain bike shock
  20. anderson750

    FE501s

    Use an every third spoke pattern for tightening them and keeping the wheel true. I start at the rim lock then skip 2 spokes. Do this all the way around until you com back around. Go to the 2nd spoke after the rim lock and repeat. Go to e third spoke after the rim lock and repeat. You have now...
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