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I own a 99 TTR 250 and i found that especially this weekend it was hard getting it into first and second and sometimes third gear...I rode some really fine sand trails and im wondering if some sand got in there somehow ...Is there a way to lube up the shifter so it penetrates without taking everything apart??? What type of lube could i use too?

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Because the ttr forum isnt as active as the general one is...And im going to work on the bike tonight..so i need info fast...

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Heh..heh..heh...........you said penetrates.

Hey Kev did you get that new wakeboard figured out yet?

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Maybe your knugen valve jammed on ya, pretty common in the bigger TTRs.

Mine did that one time, hurt like hell.

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Mine did that one time, hurt like hell.

Was that the time you didn't put enough starter fluid in?

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Hey Kev did you get that new wakeboard figured out yet?

No I'm still cofused on that whole issue.

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No I'm still cofused on that whole issue.

You have to have equal paddlers on each side of the boat.

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Whats this talk about wakeboards and paddlers?? I wakeboard lots and have never heard of a problem with paddlers??

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Whats this talk about wakeboards and paddlers?? I wakeboard lots and have never heard of a problem with paddlers??

Ok, how fast does the paddle boat have to go before it creates a wake big enough?

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Of was that the time you had your powerband set way too tight? :thumbsup:

Yes, yes that was it, man, flipped me over, like a wakeboard with to many paddlers.

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Yes, yes that was it, man, flipped me over, like a wakeboard with to many paddlers.

Thats what you get for have too many paddlers on a gravel road.

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Ok, how fast does the paddle boat have to go before it creates a wake big enough?

And don't tell us in that goofy Canadian metric crap, give it to us in mph.

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And don't tell us in that goofy Canadian metric crap, give it to us in mph.

Depends on the weight of the wakeboard, the heavier it is the speed or MPH's you have to have.

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