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    Interesting....makes me wonder why Yamaha does...

    Interesting....makes me wonder why Yamaha does not tap intot the forums for surveys or thoughts about how to grow their market share. Or maybe they do and I just never see it, or they limit to a...
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    An out of the box thought.... make sure that you...

    An out of the box thought.... make sure that you do not have a case gasket leak, albeit rare, if the overflow tube is not visible and just laying on the pan it could come from another source....
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    to be able to even make a guess, can you quantify...

    to be able to even make a guess, can you quantify how much has leaked out? an ounce or two can cover a lot of flat concrete! so how much is "all the fluids"? and is it all coming out of the pump...
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    I would guess the oil seal and/or the mechanical...

    I would guess the oil seal and/or the mechanical seal on the backside of the impeller shaft is gone. But chances are the bearing is worn to allow movement and damage the seals. Shop will replace all...
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    So Dan, you could be tempted with portals???? The...

    So Dan, you could be tempted with portals???? The right sale and its high in the air in a few hours lol.
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    I know it obvious and no insult intended, but...

    I know it obvious and no insult intended, but just be aware that the manufacturer listed heights are supposedly for NEW tires with reco pressure and wheel size. And tho assume no one here would...
  7. Fodder- A lot of times when the unit needs...

    Fodder- A lot of times when the unit needs winching, you're in it and can't safely get out or do not want to. So you are depending on someone else to do the rigging. So in that situation you can't be...
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    Good effort. I periodically actually use a needle...

    Good effort. I periodically actually use a needle adapter on my grease gun to slide it inside the boot to displace the old and fill it with new grease and use a zip-tie on the boot to hold it tighter...
  9. Having front to rear offset means that the rear...

    Having front to rear offset means that the rear is in a slightly different path and in some media like mud or snow it can gain you a little traction as opposed to staying in what is already packed...
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    On my Gn 1 the camo seems to be the hydro-wrap...

    On my Gn 1 the camo seems to be the hydro-wrap type thing that you can forget about peeling it off in any reasonable fashion, it's tough stuff. Probably Bully Dog it and automotive paint it like a...
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    To add to PapaS…… The layers change the diameter...

    To add to PapaS…… The layers change the diameter of the drum wrap which changes the gearing ratio of the effective 'lever', so with more wraps and spool diameter the torque has to increase to do the...
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    If you want to break up the trip into legs and do...

    If you want to break up the trip into legs and do some systems out there and some back... check out the RiderPlanet website if you have not seen it...
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    How long are your arms? No kidding! if you use a...

    How long are your arms? No kidding! if you use a feed wire and are patient you can do what you desire quicker than taking off the front fender. I have installed several things that way before I...
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    Do not confuse amps with watts. 198 amps at 12...

    Do not confuse amps with watts. 198 amps at 12 volts is 2376 watts. remember the formula, A x V = W. So 598 watts at 14 vdc equals 42.71 amps delivered. Good point about turning off the accessories...
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    Budro, thx for post. You confirm that's why I...

    Budro, thx for post. You confirm that's why I don't hunt lol. I have hiked and camped most of my life and entertained, more than once, the temptation to hunt. But it always seems to me the fun stops...
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    It just occurred to me, while scanning forum,...

    It just occurred to me, while scanning forum, that a MOST SIGNIFICANT factor in this matter that I had forgotten, is that Yamaha points to as a Customer responsibility and absolving itself, is the...
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    if there is any basis for thinking.....The Rhino...

    if there is any basis for thinking.....The Rhino hot rodded with the Rotax engine several years ago was I believe, mostly out west and they were mostly rear wheel drive as to get the front drive...
  18. Might offer a suggestion that you use a ferrule...

    Might offer a suggestion that you use a ferrule inside the washer so that the bolt will torque and not loosen. Could make the ferrule out of maybe a machine bushing material (ACE Hardware) or...
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    I believe you would have to get to a sophisticated system like Rugged Radio has and reprogram the radio to FRS channels, if that is possible with their frequencies (probably is) (UHF 462.xxxx MHz) ....
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    Not sure how the X machines are routed- but the...

    Not sure how the X machines are routed- but the principle should be to run hose up the closest frame member with some protection inside the member and do not overly squeeze the hose with clamps or...
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    To answer your thread headline...… A Temptation!

    To answer your thread headline...… A Temptation!
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    Bud I thought about this a little more and I...

    Bud
    I thought about this a little more and I would guess the clearance needed is only a couple thousandths or so and if you are too aggressive with the impact, the end of collar could be worn off...
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    Just as a sidebar on this subject- It irritates...

    Just as a sidebar on this subject- It irritates me to no end that Yamaha engineers go to such lengths to give us an opportunity to provide lubrication for these rear joints and totally ignore the...
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    Bud, the collars are supposed to be just a little...

    Bud, the collars are supposed to be just a little bit longer than the a-arm face to face so that there is a slight gap between the outside gasketed cap and the end of a-arm to allow it to move. I...
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    Seems if you are going to put motor on exhaust...

    Seems if you are going to put motor on exhaust side with a duct extension, you could do a gravity blower door type outlet upstream of fan like a typical dryer outlet. So that if the internal flow is...
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