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    I am making progress rebuilding secondary road network so eventually may be able to drive to creek again other than in low range. Some eroded ruts are several feet deep
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    If you ever played with Tonka Toys as a kid you would appreciate road re-building with a tractor.

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    It makes me want to go clear the trails of downed trees on the hunting property I use. I wish my small Stihl chainsaw was running, because my big saw is not easilly carried on the TW. If I cant ride the TW out to the woods, my motivation for clearing the tress goes away, quite a dilema. The saw needs a carb, which I keep forgetting to get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattwings View Post
    It makes me want to go clear the trails of downed trees on the hunting property I use. I wish my small Stihl chainsaw was running, because my big saw is not easilly carried on the TW. If I cant ride the TW out to the woods, my motivation for clearing the tress goes away, quite a dilema. The saw needs a carb, which I keep forgetting to get.
    You should invest in a 40v brushless saw. My Ryobi 14" works fantastic and a single 4 amp hour battery will cut an awful lot of wood.



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    I decided against the blaster shock. I took my shock off and moved the ring to the highest point to stiffen the rear end. I didn't get it back on yet.
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    Pretty old hat for everyone on here im sure, but got the pegs on, the headlight installed and my seat back on over the new rack. Exciting times!!

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    45 degrees and roads are clear enough for a ride. Did about 15 miles, all pavement. Better than nothing!
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    I did the same thing.
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    45 degrees and roads are clear enough for a ride. Did about 15 miles, all pavement. Better than nothing!
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    Today was the day. Even though we are still getting some wet snow I've decided that it was time to take the studs out, I'm not expecting to many icy roads any more.
    I have also check and adjust the float height it was off on the leaner side so low fuel level. I hope from now on the bike will appreciate the warmer weather, it has been a tough snowy and cold winter and I can tell that TW's don't like those severe temperatures changes. My poor little TW has been struggling with altitude, 6,500 ft, single digits to above 30's on the same day, she is too sensitive..... but I love her!! Haha.

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    Changed my clutches, over 42300 miles on stock clutches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    Changed my clutches, over 42300 miles on stock clutches.
    Ken - please give us a full update on your thoughts after riding this new clutch for a bit. I'm thinking of swapping out to the Barrett clutch as well and would appreciate any feedback you have.
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