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Faux Sho

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    Hunting, shooting, fishing, bikes and quads.

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  1. I'd buy it and use it as a hood ornament on my caddy.
  2. Congrats on the new to you truck! they sure are sharp looking and comfortable. I ended up going the other way. Picked up a 1997 f350 crew cab after selling my 06 f250.
  3. I know this is a bit old, but I had a neighbor dealing with the same issues. He dropped off his daughters 50 at my house hoping I could fix it. I replaced the carb with a new one with a manual choke and installed a fuel filter. He hasn't had any issues with it since I did the work in April. Not sure it will fix your issues, but it seems to have fixed his.
  4. Faux Sho

    Stress

    OP, I didn't read the whole thread. For stress, my tips are, take B vitamins, and confront the issues causing the stress. Unless of course it's the weather or something else outside your control. Could always walk it off, but when time is limited, B Vitamins, work wonders.
  5. Save for a house or education at your age. If a new to you bike is necessary, then used for sure.
  6. And you have to have more than 2 wheels.
  7. A buddy of mine will be there, and I was thinking of going to watch. Like above, Regional will be better. http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/256-northeast/
  8. Hmm, I see they moved your thread. Hopefully you can get some answers. I thought the '03-07, mybe '08 bikes were affected and that the clutch was redesigned in '08/'09. I have an '05 yz250 that I bought used. It came with a rekluse so I have not had the issues personally. Some fixed it by replacing the oem plates with Honda oem plates. Others soaked their plates in oil for 24hr and put it back together. Your situation may be different, but sticky plates cause the same symptoms.
  9. I get it and know. In this instance they were negligent. It was apparent that a spinal injury could be real. I also believe that it is taken too far sometimes. I was the one in the accident and my left calf was sore. They strapped me to a board and restrained me with a neck brace because my leg was a little sore. It's a better to be safe than sorry type of world out there.
  10. Clutch drag in those bikes is very common. There are fixes that can be found in Here. If you can't find any info then post this question there. Lots of experts on this issue. Has to do with lack of oil on friction plates as far as I know.
  11. While I can understand the outrage, I also think that the Spine support goes way too far sometimes. Like being in a car accident and having a sore calf, instant laying on a board with neck restraints. Stinking malpractice insurance mandates...
  12. Then I would pull the carb and give it a good cleaning.
  13. Shouldn't make it hard to start. IIRC, in 02 they did not have an auto decomp cam. Switching out your exhaust cam for one with an auto decomp and removing your decomp lever should help the bike start easier. This is provided that everything else like Jetting and valve clearances are in order.
  14. Can you lock up both wheels as it sits now? How are you tires? Solid rotors clog with mud in my experience and limit braking capacity. Drilled and slotted rotors help clean pads and gunk.
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