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Old 02-08-2006, 05:38 PM
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Pics from today

You'll see pictures of the snow guards my dad and I made, they work great. The front snow guards are not tall enough, so I'll be adding a piece to them, along the top. The boot in the rear is no longer getting a build up of snow and ice. In the pictures it looks like its off and twisted because it is. I haven't put it back on, the seal is still good, no snow or water is getting into the bearing housing, aka CV joint, Kawi calls it a bearing housing. So I'll just clean it up and make sure the grease is not on the boot and clamp that puppy down and all should be good.

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Old 02-08-2006, 05:42 PM
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Nice job!!
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Old 02-08-2006, 05:55 PM
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Yep Looks Ok Brent Its Gotta Help Some They Sure Plug Up With The Snow Dont They
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No mercy on those boots........
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Old 02-08-2006, 06:22 PM
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hehe, not much. Jeepster is way harder on his, he doesn't melt his at all.
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Old 02-08-2006, 06:41 PM
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That looks like what I told you to make when you first said that you were having trouble! But you didn't listen to me!! Now look what, the only difference is I said to use (black) rubber. But that's OK that you stole my isea, that's what it was there for. So what took you so long????,,,, lol.
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Old 02-08-2006, 07:02 PM
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LOL, your idea was inspiration. We didn't wrap the a-arm, just put a top and sides on and it worked out good. Keeps the slush and water run off out of the a-arm, only the fluffy snow makes it in there and that doesn't cause problems. Now I can ride without any worries about my boot.

I used a crap load of gas today, the fluffy snow takes alot of power. I could of driven much slower and save on gas but that wouldn't be any fun, hitting powder hills, sidehilling, jumping is where the fun is at.
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Wow You really need to show me how to abuse my quad like you do. Because I can't seem to pack as much snow in mine. Mind you it is a Polaris and the tracks are made for it.lol . Really I need to go riding with you I think I'm missing something. Saturdays are out thats reserved for my sled. Sundays are good except for the feb 26th. These pic's are wild I got to try it like you do.
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LOL, imagine if I had a camera man. Treat the throttle like a light switch, on/off, look for the deepest snow, find virgin hills and go back and forth in the ditch, show off to people watching and you gotta jump, lol. Come out this Sunday, its going to be FUN!
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