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Old 10-16-2007, 12:16 PM   #1
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Old 10-16-2007, 01:17 PM   #2
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Old 10-16-2007, 02:10 PM   #3
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Molsondrinkr @ Oct 16 2007, 12:16 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Yep it was awe.......




Just kidding, made you look. I'm sooooo bored .






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See what owning a Yamaha does to you.

If you still owned that V2, you'd be planning your next repair and have plenty to harp about.


It's raining here now. Cut the grass this morning and just vacuumed the shack. Got to cook grouse for wife and mother in law tonight. ****! where'd I leave my new dress?

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Went riding today was really muddy trails, lots of grouse darting into the the grass next to the trails, seen a couple deer stands , just had a good time for about 2 hours , now i am cleaning the v2 and all that fun stuff , btw i was wrong it will stand right up on its ass end on pavement(don't ask how i know lol ) but shes a runner now
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Old 10-16-2007, 08:25 PM   #5
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I saw a couple birds Saturday at Spider Lake riding and hunting. I also love the V2. Its a shame they discontinued it, after perfecting it in 2006 with a better frame, and 4:0 gears. I have over 1300 trouble free miles with a stock belt still looking new.
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They had one at my local dealers open house last weekend (Livingston's). The guys had it out back "ripping" the front end up at 15mph. with just throttle and a bit of body english. If it was on the pavement, she'd of probably came up with ease. I had to go to an appointment, so I didn't get a chance to ride it, but I'm shure I'll get to try one soon. It just looks so tiny compared to my H1 with 28's though.... Still a cool rig, none the less! -Craig
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Old 10-16-2007, 08:35 PM   #7
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I saw a couple birds Saturday at Spider Lake riding and hunting. I also love the V2. Its a shame they discontinued it, after perfecting it in 2006 with a better frame, and 4:0 gears. I have over 1300 trouble free miles with a stock belt still looking new. [/b]
Yeah, you're fortunate to have purchased the improved version. Too bad so many had to suffer through the problems of the developmental years.
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Borat, how about some courtesy here? Give a brother a heads up when you make comments like "If you still owned that V2, you'd be planning your next repair and have plenty to harp about. " My Mich Golden light darn near shot out my nose!

I had the 04 V2 and once I shimmed the belt I had no issues. Ran 27" mudlites and wasn't easy on the machine and it kept up great for me. Others did have frame issues though.
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Old 10-16-2007, 08:52 PM   #9
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Borat, how about some courtesy here? Give a brother a heads up when you make comments like "If you still owned that V2, you'd be planning your next repair and have plenty to harp about. " My Mich Golden light darn near shot out my nose!

I had the 04 V2 and once I shimmed the belt I had no issues. Ran 27" mudlites and wasn't easy on the machine and it kept up great for me. Others did have frame issues though.[/b]
No intent to offend anyone but if you recall, Molsondrinker went through hell with his V2 and that is why he now owns a Grizzly. In addition to that, we never heard him complain about being bored while he owned his V2 now did we? Sorry about your beer bud.
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LOL Just having some fun there. Not intended to be serious in nature. Literally though, my beer just about shot out my nose.
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