We fixed your secondary clutch and figured out it was the primary at fault I thought?
Negative, spring was shot in 2ndary causing the belt to drop in.
Originally Posted by Gotmud
WTF you got kicked in the head too? You've got more fuckin excuses than Hugh has viagra. I can't wait to hear your excuses next summer.
"Well boys I've found my real problem isn't in my track after all. My skis are too fuckin narrow, anyone have a link for 21" wide skis? Time to start project, 'keep my ass afloat'."
That head kick you felt was my bad-assness. I could give Harry mod powers for longer.
Originally Posted by Powersledder
ooooh, the flexi skis! In Bryans defense those were some of the worst skis I've ever seen used for backcountry riding!
Originally Posted by Gotmud
Agreed, I guess I should have picked something else lol. I just added to his ever growing list of excuses.
The list has stayed the same, and the list = fail.
Originally Posted by Polaris1man
Rich, what sled were you on when we came to the UP? We only got to ride the Saturday, as when Sunday blew in, it was like 60 below 0 out there, and we all spent time trying to get vehicles started and sleds loaded in that weather!! I do remember getting the Turd outfitted with a primary clutch that Saturday morning, as Powersledder was attempting a "WTF" fix on his mangled front end, he was cussing about a tree getting in his way, so I went into surgery with the Turd. As a specialist in the field of clutch repair, I comforted the family (Bryan), that the surgery would be favorable and leave no ill effects. After the Morphine drip entered through Bryan's arm, he seemed to calm down for the time being, probably should have hooked Powersledder up too, after seeing the size of the hole that his PSI can left in the bellypan!! My surgical assistant-MX, spun off the primary with a bit of Bryan's muscle behind the 1/2' drive socket (got to remember, MX was watching his weight, as he was trolling for women back then!!), and we were all in amaze at the condition of the POS clutch Bryan was calling his savior!! As time was limited, we started dis assembling the clutch, only to find out that the sheaves were damn near welded together, literally. After assessing the situation, and Bryan inhaling 3 heaters to the filter in no time, Bryan decided to intravene and take a piece of piping found in the garage and put his GQ quads and other parts into breaking loose this POS clutch. After about 5 attempts, maybe some heat, and lubricant, not to mention Bryan's Sunday sermon in advance, the clutch sheaves broke loose, and we were on our way to putting the Turd back to its righteous self. After a few staples and sewing job, the Turd was ready to DOMINATE. Oh yah, forgot to mention, Powersledder was just about done with fiddle fu**in' his front end, and we were ready to go. So, Rich, in hindsight, it was Bryan's maiden voyage on the Turd with a clutch that was close to what he needed, I remember that we didn't have the right weights, but were close. Personally, I think he did a damn good job riding it for what it was, I mean he just bought the damn thing from what I remember, as the XCR700 was toast.
XCR wasn't toast, the XLT was toast.
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Not in Keith's situation, he has to do the stuff he enjoys for her like painting her nails, eyeliner, lipstick, powder thy nose, you know, all the things did for himself b4 he met his internet bride!!!