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  1. Largest Tires on a stock (NOT LIFTED) Honda.

    Honda
    We have one of these in the kawi section, just thought some people might find it usefull here too... If you've put larger than stock tires on your Honda, w/o a lift kit, please post what model quad, and the tires specs, and any problems you ran into w/ rubbing etc... Pictures are awesome too if...
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    Mud Pit
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  3. Bootlegger's Guide To jetting.

    Snorkeling & Jetting
    Carb set-up for a brute 750 Hey everybody just tryin to get a lil' insight on a carb set-up for a brute force 750 from anyone around the nc area, i have a 2006 brute force 750 again just tryin to see whats workin for fellow brute 750 riders in nc. A little info about mine hmf slip-on, K&N in...
  4. Largest Tires on a stock Polaris

    Polaris
    We have one of these in the kawi section, just thought some people might find it usefull here too... If you've put larger than stock tires on your Polaris, w/o a lift kit, please post what model quad, and the tires specs, and any problems you ran into w/ rubbing etc... Pictures are awesome too...
  5. 1st time water pump seal repair

    Kawasaki
    Thanks to all who posted up on how to replace the water pump and oil seal.I did not have to remove the stator cover to get to the oil seal,and it was not a hard job at all.I used a medium size flathead screwdriver to knock in the edges of the mechanical seal till I could pull it out, and I used...
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