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  1. Thinking about ordering a new set of piggy back shocks from Noleen, but I have zero experience with the company so I'm looking for advise. FYI, I considered Race Tech but their shocks list for over 50% more ($1,400 verses $800). The shocks would be for a '79 Can-Am 250 ("15 long) and Noleen does have them listed in their catalog so they should have a reasonable idea of valving. That said, I'm looking for a recommendation on Noleen - are they good to deal with?, are they reliable shocks? Again, I have no experience with them and none of my riding friends have ever used them either.
  2. I have been putting together a 1979 Can Am Qualifier for the last few years that was left to me in pieces (enough to almost build two) by a very close collector friend that passed. I recently finished putting it all together and getting the motor dialed in and running almost flawlessly. The bike runs and rides great, all except for the clutch.. I have taken it apart and put it back together many times trying to diagnose this issue and am starting to worry the magnesium casting beginning to wear or come close to damaging it. The issue I am having is that the clutch will not fully disengage from the drive, and it is very tough and difficult to pull. I have been riding bikes all my life so I know what a clutch should feel like and this is definitely too tough. In order to keep the bike from stalling, it has to be revved up when shifting into first while stationary. When the bike isn't running, pulling in the clutch seems to do almost nothing, but if the bike is rolled forward about 2-3' it softens up and is easier to roll. My work to solve this has included - - Replacing clutch cable - Filing down small grooves/ridges in clutch basket fingers - Adjusting clutch push plate - Inspecting plates for bends/warps - Replacing clutch spring retaining plate bolts (not springs themselves) - And a few other misc. things After checking all of this, I still find the same result of the clutch being very difficult to actuate, and will not fully disengage. Let me know what I am missing or can try before turning it over to a professional and emptying my pockets!
  3. Apache Backcountry Track System VALCOURT, QUEBEC / CANADA – February 16, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Largest contact patch Infused snowmobile technology / efficient design High ground clearance in deep snow Enhanced handling properties https://videopress.com/v/00yQyhBB (video) Deep backcountry snow and challenging winter conditions have sometimes lead to more cumbersome results with tracked ATV. The all-new Apache Backcountry Track System, from Can-Am accessories, has forever transformed ATV operation in harsh winter environments and deep snow. With its unprecedented, unparalleled and unbelievable engineering and performance, the new track kit offers a fresh approach to winter exploration, allowing Can-Am ATV owners to answer the call of the wild. The Apache Backcountry Track System combines snowmobile technology with the Apache 360 Track System’s trademark execution, delivering the highest ground clearance, most floatation and best deep-snow performance of any track kit. Unprecedented Innovation The aggressive track includes 2-inch lugs for superior traction. When combined with the industry’s largest contact patch, create by a 13.5-inch front track and 14-inch rear track, the Apache Backcountry Track System supplies maximum floatation and nearly continuous pull in deep snow. Unparalleled Performance The lightweight, efficient and highly durable frame and rail configuration ensures the weight is spread evenly on snow for enhanced traction, remarkable acceleration and perfected handling. Superior control when turning, braking and side-hilling means Can-Am ATV owners can confidently climb higher, get deeper and even go off the beaten path during their winter off-road adventures. Unbelievable Experience The Apache Backcountry Track System’s has the ability to turn ordinary into incredible. Its innovative design and proven performance enhance an off-road experience. Also, easy installation and a quick-conversion setup lets owners conveniently decide upon their next wild adventure without long delays for tires-to-tracks conversions. That means there’s more time for riding in the rough country and less time wrenching prior to taking the journey. The track system requires the Apache 360 Backcountry Mounting Kit (sold separately), and is winter use only. MSRP: Apache Backcountry Track System: $5,349.99 US Apache Backcountry Mounting Kit: $649.99 US For more information, visit a local Can-Am dealer. Source: Bombardier Recreational Products Inc.
  4. I have been in the market for a UTV for my wife and I. I like to moto , but its just not her thing. Can-Am turbo seems like the obvious choice, but what about a long travel truck? I was thinking a new 2 door colorado short bed with a long travel kit. I have a regular chevy 3500, but its too big to offroad and I could actually use the tricked out colorado for around town stuff since its still street legal...even have some fun on the way to the grocery store. FYI Ill be needing a new "smaller vehicle" soon enough, for when the 3500 is hooked up to the trailer and such. So that's how I can Justify the 30k vs 60k price tag. Any thoughts?
  5. Ive been looking for a decent ride for a while now, Im a large guy and i want something that can carry me and another person and still have power to go fast. im looking for something that is at least 400cc but i would prefer something 500 or larger. i like semi autos or manuals and not a big faan of automatic. anyhtng thats in god condition is fine. Im trying to find something that is in about the 1000-1300 dollar range. i know its a bit of a strech haha but im from new york and i live around glens falls. if anybody finds anything let me know. Thanks!
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