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  1. Macgyver55

    Random Daily Pics

    Took a little run to Grand Marais. Upper Gooseberry falls...
    5 points
  2. chaffmj

    Random Daily Pics

    Steam punk raven in Whiteside park, Ely for the Winter Festival a couple of weeks ago.
    5 points
  3. Duffman

    Just Food and Drink

    A little something to celebrate here. The old lady is out of town!
    5 points
  4. chaffmj

    Random Daily Pics

    The laker that got away until the sun came out! Ely Whiteside park.
    3 points
  5. leech~~

    Adjusting belt

    What is the sled, year and motor size?
    3 points
  6. CigarGuy

    Auger Rack Ideas

    I put this on mine a couple weeks ago. Works great with my old Strike master. Had to drill some holes in the bumper because mine is flat. It's a Digger auger eack.
    2 points
  7. Macgyver55

    Adjusting belt

    Screwing them in will allow the belt to drop slightly deeper into the sheaves which will in turn will give you more slack in the belt. You won’t really see it drop unless you turn the clutch a full revolution, which means he will have to rotate the track with it. When you screw one bolt in it pushes the sheaves apart, then you just screw the other two in until you feel them stop, then lock them all.
    2 points
  8. Macgyver55

    Adjusting belt

    There isn’t a screw missing. If you look inside there are threads but they are for the tool you screw in to change the belt. The tool should be in your tool kit. The belt should ride approximately 1/16 to 1/8 inches above the sheaves on the driven clutch when it is adjusted correctly.
    2 points
  9. CigarGuy

    Adjusting belt

    Skidoo 2006, mxz500ss trail. Thanks leech. I almost said thanks leech after I posted it! I knew I could count on you
    2 points
  10. smurfy

    Auger Rack Ideas

    Hey I'll give you credit . Nice bunch of walleyes.
    1 point
  11. leech~~

    Auger Rack Ideas

    My auger sits right on the collar of the head and bit so pretty good support. Sorry, you have a Hard-on for my old Walleye picture, actually that was about 3 years ago. Someday you may find some?
    1 point
  12. Getanet

    Auger Rack Ideas

    Thanks guys I'll look into both options. Leech, it is interesting we joined at the same time. I spent too much time in Sillytown, so don't stop back here nearly as often as I once did. You're killing me on number of posts!
    1 point
  13. leech~~

    Auger Rack Ideas

    This is probably the best pictures to see the Y gun mounts that I use the haul my auger, right over my shoulder. They have worked great and the rubber layer helps keep it on and snug and I've used them on my last 3 sleds with racks on the back.
    1 point
  14. CigarGuy

    Adjusting belt

    I hear ya! Still some decent snow on Vermilion...at least till Wednesday, talking mid 40's. Hopefully, I'll catch some fish in the balmy weather.
    1 point
  15. leech~~

    Adjusting belt

    You better get that spin in soon. Snows melting fast!
    1 point
  16. CigarGuy

    Adjusting belt

    Thanks all. I adjusted mine and my wife's sleds. Ran them a little on the stand and they seem ok. Couldn't take them for a spin to check them out yet. Hopefully, I did them correctly.
    1 point
  17. knoppers

    Adjusting belt

    almost sounds like a wrong belt, or your driven clutch is sticking, the sheeves are not releasing, so the spring is not opening it up. it also could just a need for some lube. it should be OK to ride.
    1 point
  18. Duffman

    Just Food and Drink

    Fisherman here that knows how to make things look bigger in pics. Tiny tail.....super tiny. And I had a little help.
    1 point
  19. leech~~

    Adjusting belt

    Lol Mac, beat me to it. The only thing I would add for now if you want to go out fishing in the morning and cant get it set. Throw your old belt back on for the weekend until you can spend more time setting it up when you have more time. If your old belt is still good enough to run. Also place them side by side and see if they match up to make sure you have the right belt. Of course the old one will be a bit more stretched out.
    1 point
  20. CigarGuy

    Adjusting belt

    Thank you. My son actually changed the belt and I rode it last weekend out to my fishing spot and noticed the squealing noise and the machine moving at idle. I should have known about the slot for changing the belt, I switched out a different one a month or so ago, I guess I panicked . I was looking at youtube videos and some said the belt should be even, others said it the tension that's important. Tomorrow, I'll take it for a spin and see how it does. Thank you!!
    1 point
  21. Wanderer

    Random Daily Pics

    Depends on where you’re fishing I guess. Some lakes you’re better off filling them yourself. Take a look at this hole... my jigs name is Waldo.
    1 point
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