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Old 08-16-2012, 05:26 PM   #51721
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I could I guess, but then Id for sure have to buy the shaft at some point..

I guess thats not a bad idea though, do that for now, then buy the larger upgraded shaft when the time comes.

interesting idea Steve! If it runs, It might just get welded on this weekend.. haha
Mouth measure the diameter of the shaft.
I'll see if I can locate the kicker shaft in my parts.
Not sure I ever had it.

Went out in the rain and looked.

It measures 18.xx mm across the splines I think it was.....
The ratchet is good and so is the gear.
Of course its from a 360 though, but I bet they're the same engine
sans the bore/stroke.
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Old 08-16-2012, 05:46 PM   #51722
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I have a 90 deg drill . It is air powered need lots of air .
my air comp is on its last leg..know it wont keep up..need elect 90*
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Old 08-16-2012, 05:48 PM   #51723
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for you NON tiwtter folks..Mikey flew the B-29 over FYV today and sent me the text..I announced it on Twitter..am working on gettin him on twitter so that he can share that with everyone next time!
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Old 08-16-2012, 06:03 PM   #51724
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I was kinda joking. It was way over my head (esp. the way we went in and came out). The link below shows our route down into the falls then back out (from south to north). There is a route along the creek bed in from the west that a group of GS riders took in, then they went out to the north. Apparently much better. Google "Frog bayou ADVrider" and you'll find it.

Here is a single post with contour map of our route. The creek should be dry, but it sure isn't for a newer rider like me.

http://advrider.com/forums/showpost....22&postcount=1
This is our day trip we took with the GS Giants. Great time since we all made it out! .. Not recommended for the faint of heart! Looks to be less steep than the North South route but lots of rock beds and bush whacking. Far too often you could no longer stand on the pegs due to continious overlying brush, over the ruts, filled with baby head rocks. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb...type=1&theater .
http://gps.motionx.com/og/index.php?...ff61e1c846044e
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Old 08-16-2012, 06:09 PM   #51725
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Howdy Hi Doc Earl!
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Old 08-16-2012, 06:16 PM   #51726
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Howdy Hi Doc Earl!
Howdy Doc... Like the route? Here is a video in FB of one of the times we used the big Russian Pete to walk over the bikes as we helped push them up the steep parts. He was about 6'6" with a 40" inseam. GOOD TIMES
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Old 08-16-2012, 06:35 PM   #51727
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current spindle is 16mm, current (new) kickstarter is 17.5+ mm

IF that spindle would fit these cases that would solve my problems Mr Fish.

How much do you want for it?



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Mouth measure the diameter of the shaft.
I'll see if I can locate the kicker shaft in my parts.
Not sure I ever had it.

Went out in the rain and looked.

It measures 18.xx mm across the splines I think it was.....
The ratchet is good and so is the gear.
Of course its from a 360 though, but I bet they're the same engine
sans the bore/stroke.
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Old 08-16-2012, 06:40 PM   #51728
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Crazy guys, Earl. North-south may not be as steep, like you said, but it look like you coulda used a machete and probably a bull dozer. The Motion X track will be great to help us locate that entrance off of Winfrey Valley Rd...I've looked for it and missed it. NOT that I am waundering down there. Did you guys run E-W or W-E? We were under the impression that if we had gone west of east-then-north,, the slope wouldn't have been as bad, but looking at the relief down from Winfrey Valley Rd, I doubt that now.

Great post
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Old 08-16-2012, 06:42 PM   #51729
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This is our day trip we took with the GS Giants. Great time since we all made it out! .. Not recommended for the faint of heart! Looks to be less steep than the North South route but lots of rock beds and bush whacking. Far too often you could no longer stand on the pegs due to continious overlying brush, over the ruts, filled with baby head rocks. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb...type=1&theater .
http://gps.motionx.com/og/index.php?...ff61e1c846044e
Just curious if the track was wide enough the route you all went that I could squeeze a narrow CJ5 into there?
I know the route we took is not doable as the track down the mountain was only wide enough for an ATV, and the CJ would roll down the side of the mountain.
The north route out would not work either......
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Old 08-16-2012, 06:48 PM   #51730
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current spindle is 16mm, current (new) kickstarter is 17.5+ mm

IF that spindle would fit these cases that would solve my problems Mr Fish.

How much do you want for it?
PM me an address and just sent what ever you want.
not a big deal as its just left over parts that I will never use.

Count the splines on the shaft.
I count 21 splines.
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Old 08-16-2012, 06:56 PM   #51731
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hmm this larger diameter kick start lever has more than 21 splines.

IM beginngin to think they just sent me the wrong part, not even close.
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Old 08-16-2012, 07:03 PM   #51732
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Crazy guys, Earl. North-south may not be as steep, like you said, but it look like you coulda used a machete and probably a bull dozer. The Motion X track will be great to help us locate that entrance off of Winfrey Valley Rd...I've looked for it and missed it. NOT that I am waundering down there. Did you guys run E-W or W-E? We were under the impression that if we had gone west of east-then-north,, the slope wouldn't have been as bad, but looking at the relief down from Winfrey Valley Rd, I doubt that now.

Great post
We went east to west. From Byrds off 215 we went to 23 then up to Mill Creek #2 and out at the Main entrance. This was more than a warm up. We went to Crosses for fuel and hydration. We should have got lunch but thought we would be back at byrds adventure center in a couple more hours. Had no intention on getting where we were but good ole Garmin and lack of foresight got us to the mouth of the frog around 3:00. 7 in the group and half an hour later we gain 5 more riders coming in a different route as lost as we were. We figured we did not want to go out the way we came for fear of not making it. So the group decided to to test our luck and whack the 5-6 miles west along the river. We made it back to camp at dusk. Warm meal and cold beer waiting
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Old 08-16-2012, 07:16 PM   #51733
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Just curious if the track was wide enough the route you all went that I could squeeze a narrow CJ5 into there?
I know the route we took is not doable as the track down the mountain was only wide enough for an ATV, and the CJ would roll down the side of the mountain.
The north route out would not work either......
That would be a tight squeeze on some sections... but if you had time and a wench you could make it for sure. Some sections were steep with very loose dirt and exposed roots and rocks. Problem on many were that we could not get the momentum due to large rocks, tight switch backs, steep embankments, lack of balance with fatigue coupled with dehydration and 600 lb motorbike. Four wheels would be awesome!!!
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Old 08-16-2012, 08:02 PM   #51734
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hmm this larger diameter kick start lever has more than 21 splines.

IM beginngin to think they just sent me the wrong part, not even close.
Count the splines on the kicker, I'll do some looking, maybe an XT250 will compare in spline/size to this one.
I'll look at one tomorrow and compare it. I know its a long shot, but I have a few extra of those.



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That would be a tight squeeze on some sections... but if you had time and a wench you could make it for sure. Some sections were steep with very loose dirt and exposed roots and rocks. Problem on many were that we could not get the momentum due to large rocks, tight switch backs, steep embankments, lack of balance with fatigue coupled with dehydration and 600 lb motorbike. Four wheels would be awesome!!!
No winch on Allis yet, but it is on the list of things to get.
I'd like to drop in a pair of Spartan lockers too just give the added edge.
I'll keep that in mind......
Maybe a chainsaw, and weedeater is needed too so I could trim a few bushes too.
I'd just like to be able to get back in there with the wife and kids and camp down there.
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Old 08-16-2012, 08:11 PM   #51735
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