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  • Birthday 01/13/1973

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  1. What the heck........... Bonners Ferry, Idaho
  2. I shot a bear this week that weighed in a 365 pounds wet. Can anyone tell me how much he would weigh dry without fluids ????
  3. MotoGP 2018 - Last Lap of Qatar

    I love to see the difference in bike design philosophy on display right there. the way the Duc just walks away with all the torque and the Honda will real it in as the revs go up and then destroy it during the braking. only to have the torque kick back in and make up for it all over again. Riders on the edge, I Love It.
  4. Anyone use one of these?

    Not trying to be a stick in the mud but what good will it do to lock it all up if I can just walk up and pop the whole deal off the rear axel and walk off with it like a wheelbarrow. I’m just going from experiences. And as with anything I understand locks are for honest thieves. I’m in the carry it on my back or not at all group obviously.
  5. Anyone use one of these?

    I was following a buddy with one when the rear tire kicked up a real good size rock and lodged it in the cross brace causing him to come to a rapid stop. Over the bars with two snapped wrists from his brush guards and a wicked set of busted up ribs that are still healing year and a half later. His riding days are done due to his wrists. I’ll bet I could get you a good deal on a used slightly bent up and probably beaten a few times one. Lol. Up till that point it seemed like a nice set-up.
  6. Jump starter

    sport I have it and its never failed.
  7. Awesome that you are finally doing this. Talked about it for years now ! I'm jealous. Have a safe trip.
  8. Pushing Bike Up Ramp

    How does one operate the winch and steady the bike at the same time ??
  9. Pushing Bike Up Ramp

    Use a bike stand and step up on it as you get to that spot
  10. dirt bike lands on hood of Jeep

    Lots of wrist surgeries
  11. Husaberg 570 vs KTM 500

    I believe the problem you are talking about was simply a pre-filter on the fuel lines. The filter was found to be to fine causing very slight interruptions in fuel supply but enough to cause problems. The fix is simple the filter is in the quick connect fitting on the fuel lines. I do remember a couple of bikes coming through needing to have some adjustments on the throttle body as well but these are again simple tweaks done in minutes. My 2013 500 needed to be tuned slightly as it came through. It took literally 8 minutes and it wasn't touched again until I dunked the bike into a lake in Colorado.............. 189 hours later. LOL story for another thread I suppose.
  12. Husaberg 570 vs KTM 500

    08 and 09
  13. Husaberg 570 vs KTM 500

    No it's not needed. If you choose to drill them out then I probably would buy the upgraded gears because you are now allowing all the clutch/transmission bits into your motor oil. I owned two bikes of that specific era. I put well over 1200 hours on one motor and 8-900 on another without so much as a hick-up on either bike. Top end rebuilds only on both bike and sold both of them. As far as i know both are still alive out there.
  14. Husky 401 Svartpilen

    First thing to go ??? I'm definitely getting rid of the mini fender/plate holder ugliness !! Why not just build a new version of the 950 SE and reap the benefits ??
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