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Cuz after working on mine last night for about 3 hrs I ran it over w my truck!:D What a dumb ass! Just finished working on it and went to load bike. Dumb ass! Had a group of guys going to help do trail work. So much for that. Dumb ass! Then the forest we went to was closed, due to fires, still. So we ended up driving another hour to Damone and friends spot. Turned out to be great ride. Thanks Damone, Eck224? and Norcal_WR! 🙂 Dont really care about saw too much now?

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I would rather lose the saw instead of the bike.

Agreed! Hey I deserve some ribbing on this one? Let er rip!

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Agreed! Hey I deserve some ribbing on this one? Let er rip!

Got something against two strokes? 🙂

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Got something against two strokes? 🙂

Maybe I do! I use them everyday. Blower, weedeater and hedgetrimmer. Not for Cars, Lawnmowers or motorcycles!:D

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Glad you enjoyed the ride. Dont think I've ridden that much fire road in a long time.

Looks like I need a cable and a welded lever and I'm good to go.

I geuss you do have to put oil in XR400 afterall.

Oh yeah, Dumbass.

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hey chad !

you can use mine if you'd just call me to ride those sick wicked singies. i promise i won't slow you guys down now that i'm on the 525.

I may have a heart transplant, but I still rail (or at least I wake up thinking so).

I ran mine over on fenders ferry after i got the jeep stuck in the snow - double dumbass!!!!!

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I can't wait to go back where we were originally headed. But never the less, it turned out to be a great ride, except for D's bike issue.

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Nothing a little oil, new clutch cable, and a welded on shift lever cant fix.

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Nothing a little oil, new clutch cable, and a welded on shift lever cant fix.

What’s the deal? That doesn’t sound good.

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2nd time I have broke the shift shaft off. Tried to bend the lever back a few rides back, musta cracked it then.

Couldda been too heavy a shift'n foot I geuss. Always lookign for a 6th Gear on all those fire roads I ride.

I got the nub left with the splines on it. maybe weld a lever on until I have to split the cases for another reason. Might need to replace the clutch plates as I had to ride the clutch out these steep ST trail in 3rd. Wouldaa been in 1st and 2nd. Thing was scraming like a stuck pig (low oil ???). then I had to adjust the clutch for it to grab anything. Made it back to the truck with a vice grip as a shift lever.

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Time for a new husky and/or KTM street legal.

Quit F-ing around, with that underpowered, fire road machine.LOL

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Made it back to the truck with a vice grip as a shift lever.

Your welcome!:worthy:

Good thing we werent w garys group. Borrowed tool on the trail = six pack!:D

Thanks again for making a bad day good!🙂

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Time for a new husky and/or KTM street legal.

Quit F-ing around, with that underpowered, fire road machine.LOL

Uh oh!

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Your welcome!:worthy:

Good thing we werent w garys group. Borrowed tool on the trail = six pack!:D

Thanks again for making a bad day good!🙂

Wasn't a problem, I had a six pack down before you got back to the truck.

I've never seen a sixer of those fancy bottles yall were drinkin.

Although we did have to drive a ways, the riding was good.

I think I have been having nightmares of that large log in the dust cloud. I dont recall that being ther ein the past. Logger boobytrap????

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Looks like I need a cable and a welded lever and I'm good to go.

Oh yeah, Dumbass.

If I recall you needed a cable before we even left! Let me know when you get the new cable as the TT600-o needs some lovin and a for sale sign.

Maybe next time I'll grow some eggs between my legs and stay up with the group!

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If I recall you needed a cable before we even left! Let me know when you get the new cable as the TT600-o needs some lovin and a for sale sign.

Maybe next time I'll grow some eggs between my legs and stay up with the group!

Karma was on my side. Cant recall all the levers and perches I have lent while on the trail. Who wouldda thought a TT600 clutch cable would work on a XR400. Nothing a second thumb adjuster wouldnt't fix.

I'm glad your eggs were small and you were behind me when the clutch gave out and I needed help pushing up over that log.

I'll get that cable back to you as I just need to pop it into N and I'll be good to go.

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Time for a new husky and/or KTM street legal.

Quit F-ing around, with that underpowered, fire road machine.LOL

Cant recall a single hillclimb, ST, doublewide etc... that my sewing machine didn't make it up that every 450 on the ride did 🙂

There was this one time at Greenhorn that I couldn;t get up some of the sand/cobble hills, but they were only up and downs anyway. Didn;t have ot make it to continue.

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