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On 1/11/2019 at 3:54 PM, SANDPSYCHO said:

Every golf course I have been to has them for just a few dollars, so I don't own one. 

:golf:

They Are Not Golf Carts !!! dammit ! 

 

 

They are Farm Equipment ! ;) 

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26 minutes ago, Sumsand said:

They Are Not Golf Carts !!! dammit ! 

 

 

They are Farm Equipment ! ;) 

I haven't been to to many farms so you might be right. I hear that's the big selling point is thier versatility. One day working on the farm the next a day on the golfcourse. :bigrin

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4 hours ago, CRUSTY said:

 

If there was a video to prove that we need to seal the southern border, this is it. This explains why Mexico is where it is at this point in history. Holy crap!

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5 minutes ago, socaldmax said:

If there was a video to prove that we need to seal the southern border, this is it. This explains why Mexico is where it is at this point in history. Holy crap!

I could have sworn that was Arizona :blink:

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4 minutes ago, CRUSTY said:

I could have sworn that was Arizona :blink:

Youtube info under the video:

Published on Feb 22, 2012
 
 
SUBSCRIBE 29
how many people does it take to put a yamaha rhino on a trailer SAN FELIPE,BAJA CALIFORNIA

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That was painful.

You could have put it in 4 wheel and drove it right up the trailer on flat ground. 

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5 hours ago, CRUSTY said:

 

Wow. $2 each and they could’ve bought ramps at the harbor freight....

But, where there’s a will, there’s a way. Si se puede!

Edited by Rockwood

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I always place mine in 4WD mode, in Park.  No way I would ever put it in neutral.

I use 4 tie downs going to Glamis, but recently I've been using 2 when I drive it to Ride Now for upgrades.  I may need to stop being lazy with 2.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Rockwood said:

Wow. $2 each and they could’ve bought ramps at the harbor freight....

But, where there’s a will, there’s a way. 


是的你可以

Fixed it for you

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I don’t use tie-downs......

Just a little KY to get it in. 

 

 

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I don't use tie downs.  A 2010 RZR 4 seater, 2001 Blaster and 2004 Honda 450r. Just pull them in the enclosed and shut the door.

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Neutral. Always.

4 straps with locking clevis's.

In an x.

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14 hours ago, CRUSTY said:

I could have sworn that was Arizona :blink:

Probably some of Arizona's newest citizens vacationing in San Felipe wih their EBT cash.

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20 minutes ago, SofaKing said:

Probably some of Arizona's newest citizens vacationing in San Felipe wih their EBT cash.

Living the dream . . . Thank you President Trump?

 

I'm not surprised it is San Felipe, the ATV Rentals there make a KILLING off the American Tourists......so does the local Emergencia

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I love the lady with the purse looking like she's taking charge!

:lmao:

 

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20 hours ago, CRUSTY said:

 

Wash 3?

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This could work in Glamis   :lol:

 

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Good trick in case you just can't wait to find that perfect spot on Gecko...

 

 

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12 hours ago, Flip-Flop said:

I don’t use tie-downs......

Just a little KY to get it in. 

You should try tie downs.

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14 hours ago, mike dee said:

Fixed it for you

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52 minutes ago, CRUSTY said:

Good trick in case you just can't wait to find that perfect spot on Gecko...

 

 

Minus the knight rider moving action, I do that with the Jeep, both on and off. Ramps? Overrated. 

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Neutral. If its in hear it adds to the wear and tear on the gears needlessly imo. Why speed my trip to the tranny shop anymore than I already do. 

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On 1/14/2019 at 12:12 PM, CRUSTY said:

 

#pad3mafia :lol:

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On 1/11/2019 at 7:52 PM, carboy said:

 

Right out of the Yamaha YXZ service manual;

NOTICE

"It is very important to only rotate the motor clockwise, if the motor is rotated counterclockwise with the cylinder head cover removed, even a few degrees, the timing chain will climb over the camshaft gear teeth and change the camshaft timing (jump time) – this can happen even if the timing chain tensioner is installed"

Yes, I know... point being, even with a chain driven cam(s), jumped timing is possible on certain motors as a result of reverse or counter-rotation... it would appear only the interference of the chain contacting the underside of the cylinder head cover (what I've been incorrectly referring to as a cam cover for as long as I can remember) , is what's preventing the chain from jumping  gear teeth.  Do what you're comfortable with... for me, I see no point in pushing my luck... if nothing else, I'd rather keep the head cover aluminum on the head cover.  

 

Are you in the habit of loading, removing your cylinder head cover (valve cover, I assume?), then tying it down in gear...?

My guess is the valve cover has built in retaining tabs to keep the timing chain from jumping.  Nissans have these:

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And these pins around the crank sprocket:

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To make it nearly unpossible for the chain to skip unless it's suuuuuuuuuuper old and stretched (which you would hear rattling against these retainers) or you've removed the cam gears.  I would assume that nearly every manufacturer has something similar.

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Well played.

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