You are currently viewing our forums as a guest, which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. By joining our community you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and access many other special features. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join the ATVConnection Forums community today!
I lost my atv in the river at mudd nationals it was under 20' of water for two weeks. I have retrieved it and I am working on it now cant figure out how to get the clutch off so that I can clean it. it is full of mud and starting to rust. PLEASE HELP !
what do i do after i drive the bolt in do i take the 8 or 10 little bolts out and the spring and every thing does it pull strait off or does it turn off . also when i get finished is there a better spring for more power? thanx
I had to pay for a recovery the water was too deep and cold as hell! Me and my buddies tried to get it out but the river was flowing pretty good and lots of debris I got hung up on some tree branches under water and had to be pulled out myself so I had to wait for the water to drop a few feet then they whent in with diving gear hooked it to a mini crane and pulled it out. def not good for the bike but its not the first time ive been under water however its been the longest time hopefuly it will be good to go going back to jacksonville in a week. Its been rode hard and never has let me down yet but I have spent money on fixes for sure. i need to snorckel it also . think I will try while I have it torn down
Well the river was out of its banks I was playin in 3' of water and the alcohol didnt let me see the bridge to the left that would have told me I was at the rivers edge. Keep in mind I was at mudd nationals and there were prob 30,000 people there . got tired of sittin in line to go to the mudd pitt where alot of people go to party and ride so I went around and wound up in the river. You should check it out online The place is called mudd creek in jacksonville texas. 3500 acres of trails and fun High lifter has there mudd nationals there every year it is a blast. they also have muddygraw and other events lots of fun! you can also go to highlifters webb site and see the events
Alcohol was a contributing factor. [img]i/expressions/beer.gif[/img] As long as I don't drink until the ride is over I might be okay. That place sounds like a lot of fun, but if I remember right any place in Texas is going to be over 1,300 miles from me. Too bad.
At least we know how you got your name. That's a good thread too, about what your name means.