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  2. Welcome to the forum. Looks like cylinder head cover gasket needs replacement up top. Looks like speed sensor o-ring or shift shaft seal or both need replacement down below.
  3. sorry to hear about the families loss jeep, been taking time off myself.
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  5. Hi, new to the forum and to Honda. Picked up a 2001 Foreman for a great price for my son. We’ve had it out on the trails. Runs great. Oil is good etc but there is oil or grease patches around the top of the cylinder head and also near an area by our ankle on the left foot. See pictures. Just wondering what could be causing this and should I be concerned. Thanks
  6. The outer hose supplies vacuum, the inner hose vents to atmospheric pressure. See the explode view above for reference.
  7. 1,700 psi it'll hold a lot of laundry.!!!
  8. Well that’s good news about your headlights does your display light up like it’s supposed to when you turn the headlights on now
  9. Scotticus

    Music

    i like the studio version better but the video didn't seem appropriate for this forum
  10. Scotticus

    Music

    Mammoth-Wolfgang Van Halen's band
  11. Thanks @AKATV and yeah, I know the jumper cable car battery hookup isn't ideal, but it was running down my spare ATV battery too quickly doing all of that cranking during testing. So the ATV battery would sit on the charger while I worked on diagnostics. The stator should produce AC voltage while cranking regardless of the battery condition though, if I remember right. Funny, I worked the buttons with some WD-40 this evening and we have headlights again! Check off one problem. That leaves the biggest one...
  12. Freedomflyer

    Firearms

    Hmmmm..... just think, we too could experience this by not wearing our masks and not putting up a fight or having the right to put up a fight.
  13. "Ted 1/16th cable is for hanging clothes to dry on !!!
  14. Fishfiles

    Firearms

    Big' , did you try some sub-sonic rounds ???
  15. i was only half thinking, nothing new. do ya know if aircraft cable is stronger per width? [something i could look up myself, come to think about it], nevermind.
  16. Bighanded

    Firearms

    thanks Ruby I'm still tempted. I've got 150yds on my property and I have access to 400yds when we are pushing larger calibers. but the 22lr out of a short 10/22 ruger just seems open up too much beyond 65yds. I've got the torque driver etc and have worked with various ammo and adjustments to try and get the two rifles I have as tight as possible but in the end, you can spend the day chasing scope dials..it's not like 556 or 762... I can shoot once, dial it in a couple clicks and see the results move on the paper...eventually getting on center with good MOA. But the 22 beyond that 50yds just can get frustrating..so I can't help but be curious if I built out a heavy barrel rig just cause I'm bored right now with having to conserve ammo...and 22 is the one thing i've got plenty of that I don't mind burning through a bit.
  17. Welcome from Minnesota
  18. 01RUBY500

    Firearms

    Never really experimented with it beyond 50yds.
  19. I put a synthetic rope on my last winch and had binding issues were the rope would slip in between itself. Used it a few times and went back to the steel cable. It is safe though as I am not a fan of being poked with frayed wire.
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