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  1. I have a bunch split up already but need to get splitting again soon. I have a bunch of dead ash trees that I need to deal with.
  2. Well I think it is time to change the cam chain on my 88 Foreman 350. This thing sounds great but under load I can hear it slapping. The starter isn't always engaging as well. Being so busy with work I dread having to do it but deer season is approaching.
  3. I have been super busy with work lately. I get one here daily and see what's going on. I did put the Foreman to work the past few days while clearing some honeysuckle. I used it to haul my tools around.
  4. Finally had a day off where I could put the 88 350d to work. I still have a lot of wood to stack and split.
  5. Well guys I ended up finding a matching set of red oem side panels. My plan is to paint the right side cover blue. So I was looking out the kitchen window the other morning waiting for these to arrive and the mail truck rolls up. Then I about faint when I see the mail lady trying to stuff the covers in my mailbox. I watched her make two attempts to get the package in the mailbox and on the third attempt she gets the package stuffed in. It took me a few attempts but I finally got the package out. Luckily they were intact.
  6. There is a Kimpex bolt on available for the Foreman. Check fleabay.
  7. I read about this years back on the highlifter forum. If you are doing a lot of trail riding this would probably be a good idea.
  8. I am looking at purchasing some tires for the old Foreman 350d. I am staying with the stock size. I use this thing on the grass quite a bit so I am not doing a ton of trail riding with it. I do use it for hunting season. I am not looking to spend a ton on tires for this rig. So I have narrowed it down to a couple options. The Gbc Dirt Devils and the Deestone d930's. They have both been around for a long time. The only knock I can see about the Deestone's are them being 4 ply. Here is a link to them if your not familiar with them. https://deestonetireusa.com/d930/ Has anyone ran these tires?
  9. Those don't look that bad. You could polish up those fenders and they would look great. Throw those decals on and your set!!! Where did you order them from?
  10. What tires did you end up going with? I am looking to replace a set of originals. I am debating on taking it up to 25".
  11. How do the Maier side panels work with the original fenders?
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