Added reply in a thread Enough Madness Music! 3/31/2020 9:50 AM

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Added reply in a thread GPI radiators? 6/23/2019 1:17 PM

GPI radiators are a cheaply made radiator. They can be a pain to install as noted by other persons. It may be different models of bikes fit better or maybe quality control is just awful. Sometimes they last a long time and sometimes they don't. Something ... more »

Added reply in a thread Help locating discontinued '98 YZ250 tranny parts - NOS preferred 6/23/2019 12:51 PM

Put a search up on ebay that sends you an email if the parts come up. Something weird about ebay I have found in regards to Yamaha part numbers is the part number needs to be chopped off in a search if it ends in zeros. So for example: 3XK-18540-01-00 ... more »

Added reply in a thread looking for recommendations on two bike hitch haulers 6/16/2019 2:08 PM

You're gonna laugh when you read this after I pointed out the pluses of flatbeds above. I got rid of the flatbed for being a heavy pig pain in the butt. It was just too much bed for daily driving, errands and weekend excursions. The final straw was having

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Added reply in a thread Least amount of fork fluid? - 04 YZ250 w/ 48mm KYB 6/11/2019 6:11 PM

Awesome. Thanks.

Started new thread Least amount of fork fluid? - 04 YZ250 w/ 48mm KYB 6/10/2019 8:51 PM

I am looking for the specification of the least amount of fork fluid in cubic centimeters that can be put in an 04 YZ250 KYB 48mm front fork tube and still have the fork function properly. I know fluid that can be measured by height but I was just wondering ... more »

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Added reply in a thread looking for recommendations on two bike hitch haulers 6/1/2019 9:53 AM

I was just in the same boat. I wanted a Super Duty for around $5000. You are right. Most of the trucks in that price range are beat to crap work trucks. A lot of them had the motor and/or tranny replaced between 175-225 miles because they were beat on,

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Added reply in a thread looking for recommendations on two bike hitch haulers 6/1/2019 5:54 AM

The truck isn't anything super fancy. Its pretty fun though. Its a 1999 Ford F-250 XLT Super Duty Super Cab 4x4 with a V10, 5 speed manual. It has OEM F-350 rear suspension springs and 4" blocks which makes it an F-350 besides badges and door sticker.

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Added reply in a thread looking for recommendations on two bike hitch haulers 5/31/2019 8:35 AM

Its a truck bed camper that will be on the flatbed so there is no place for bikes. I don't want to mess with a trailer for a camper or the bikes for a variety of reasons otherwise I'd go that route. I hate loading bikes into a truck bed. Its a pain in ... more »

Added reply in a thread looking for recommendations on two bike hitch haulers 5/30/2019 6:35 PM

I have been thinking about that. Even if a hitch can handle the downward load the leverage could twist the receiver hitch downwards. Trailers don't do this as they have the wheels keeping the trailer from leveraging downwards. One way to overcome the ... more »

Added reply in a thread looking for recommendations on two bike hitch haulers 5/30/2019 5:54 PM

I have seen those. They look nice. My concern is at 120lbs they weigh twice as much as most haulers and at $750 they cost nearly three times as much as most others. I understand "You get what you pay for." Those seem a little excessive though. I have ... more »

Added reply in a thread looking for recommendations on two bike hitch haulers 5/30/2019 5:48 PM

Two bikes is a lot of weight. Not only does the hitch need to have a high tongue rating but the vehicle itself needs a heavy duty rear end. 3/4 ton and up vehicles are needed for 500lbs or more sitting on the rear end. The Black Widow bar I am sure could ... more »

Added reply in a thread looking for recommendations on two bike hitch haulers 5/30/2019 5:38 PM

The adjustability looks nice but I am a little leery of complex bolt together hitch haulers as they have more parts that add sway and are prone to coming loose. I have hauled several thousand miles with a Harbor Freight and a Black Widow carrier. The ... more »

Started new thread looking for recommendations on two bike hitch haulers 5/30/2019 4:35 PM

I am in the market for a two bike hitch hauler to haul a Y250 and a TTR125. I having been looking at the Black Widow with the 600lb rating. I own the one bike version and like it so I thought I might just up for the two bike version. The two bike does

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Added reply in a thread roltella in 125 gear box 1/30/2019 10:35 AM

You want the JASO MA rated Rotella T 15-40. This rating means it is safe to use in a wet clutch transmission. Walmart has it for around $13 a gallon. As to whether or not this oil has been proven for long term applications gimme a break. This oil is

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Added reply in a thread Should I get a Normal Dirt Bike or A Pit Bike? 8/22/2018 12:31 PM

Dude, this guy has two bikes for sale in your area that would make for great beginner bikes. Both are YZ490s and they are in your price range. Don't let the big engines turn you off. People say big bikes aren't for beginners, but that is a load of bull.

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Added reply in a thread Should I get a Normal Dirt Bike or A Pit Bike? 8/21/2018 6:48 PM

If you are looking for a small play bike to start check out Honda CRf150, Yamaha XT200 or Yamaha XT225. You should think about the long run though to save money down the road. Getting something bigger is really the way to go. You couldn't go wrong with ... more »

Started new thread Do Unabiker radiators guards fit aftermarket radiators? 8/18/2018 1:35 PM

I am wondering if extra thick radiators like Myler SuperCool will fit in the Unabiker radiator guard chassis. Has anyone installed the Unabiker guards with thick aftermarket radiators?

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