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About Buford86

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  1. i would recomend ogemaw sport and trail center. they are close to the trails and have a track on site along with camp sites. here is their website http://www.ogemawtrails.com/
  2. http://www.ehow.com/facts_6065150_effect-welding-high-carbon-steel.html read the part about the effects of welding high carbon steel. what you are talking about i belive is normalizing and annealing both process raise the temp high and slowly lower the temp to room temp instead of just letting it cool off naturally by letting it sit in the open.
  3. They are most likely O1 steel it has a higher carbon content than your standard cold rolled steel you can use a mild to hard wire. welding might turn the pegs brittle due to heat.
  4. I dont hate quads but its the truth riding bull gap trials is a pain on my bike
  5. that seat looks really good did redo the seat? mine looks all faded and its starting to rip on the seem
  6. I have been riding sleds my whole life its to bad you have a small budget. The type of sled you described would be a cross over. they have a little bit of a extended track for powder my buddy has a skidoo and it rips like a mother effer. i liked the cross over style so much I went out and bought a cross over for my self,mine is a Articat crossfire. its perfect for me. It can go down the trails with cofindence and also dish it out in powder. only problem i only got to ride it 6 time this past winter. we had almost no snow in michigan all winter.
  7. carbs are not hard if you do work on the carb just be carefull when you take out the float. PITA to set if you bend it/