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09-23-2018 06:52 AM
Goober TRX300s three months in a row. You guys are shore enuf fans of these “Can Do” quads!
Bumpin for the membership—and thanks again for your appreciation of my simple OEM restoration!!!
09-15-2018 04:40 AM
Originally Posted by GirlsRideToo View Post
I've read a lot of recommendations on the Internet but would like to know your secret if you are willing to share. Again, Congrats!
Thanks very much for your comments! I used the Novus Three Part kit in 8 ounce bottles. There’s a cleaner, which I used most; a fine scratch remover (2) and heavy scratch remover (3). The kit says you can use it with a buffer but I haven’t tried it cuz I’m no good with it–I’d like to see some results by a member who is good with a buffer–maybe practice on a junk fender.
Part three worked very well on a very stained and scratched battery lid but Be careful that part 3 will put fine scratches in a very shiny area of plastic. I was very careful with the fine scratch remover too.

I have a spa cover plastic protector compound I want to try on the body. Worked great on my tires so I will post up the results later.
Going grouse hunting!
09-13-2018 05:29 PM
GirlsRideToo Congrats! Looks great, brand new, actually. Terrific job!! Just started doing a little restoration on my husband's 1992 Yamaha Big Bear 350 with only 700 miles. I have to ask you what you used to restore the plastics. My light khaki colored plastics are in perfect condition but are slightly stained and dull. I've read a lot of recommendations on the Internet but would like to know your secret if you are willing to share. Again, Congrats!
09-13-2018 06:31 AM
_Wilson_ Yeah.... I like those green rims,,, now i can't decide on red centers or blacked centers like MM did n his mustard yellow machine.... I reckon I'll go play in traffic..... Till i can decide haha!
09-13-2018 06:04 AM
alloutdoors The matching wheels are sharp against the unit, nicely done...
09-10-2018 10:31 PM
Goober Here’s a few more pix. Need to get on the trails with it this weekend!
09-10-2018 10:23 PM
Originally Posted by Wreckless View Post
Congrats to Goober for winning this month!


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1993 TRX300FW–lean and mean as an airborne ranger!
This 25 year old former state GFP rig was purchased at auction needing a cooling fan relay, oil sensor, complete carb overhaul, brake master cylinder rebuild, a new seat and some fender guards.
Sergeant Pickle was issued:
Fan kit, cooling, OEM option
Guard kit, A-arm, OEM option
Wheels, OEM, powder coated Adventure Green
Tire set, Carlisle AT489, OEM spec.
Mount, plow, Cycle Country 15-1510
Mount, winch, KFI
Winch, KFI ST1700
Well done! I love the bike, and really love the green rims.
09-05-2018 05:52 PM
Macarena Man Congratulations Goober !
09-05-2018 08:48 AM
fishfiles I just gave a spa away , sister in law gave it to us , $8K Morgan Spa, I moved it to the house set it up and never used it much , got tired of looking at it , put it on Craig's List for $2k for a month and got two calls , gave it to a friend

I built in the ground gunite swimming pools for 3 years , the house I had before this one had a 9 1/2 ft deep pool that I built in the yard with a spa on the side with a Teledyne 250,000 btu gas heater set for 105 degrees , I loved it , but the pool I could have cared less for , it was a lot of work and headaches to keep it clean ----my wife wants a pool , she has no clue , with all the trees around here it would be a full time job
09-05-2018 08:39 AM
Originally Posted by Goober View Post
Originally Posted by _Wilson_ View Post
Congrats! whats in the back drop of picture, looks like a giant hot tub?
Yep. ^^^^^ i caught that to

Congrasts goober!
Lol @_Wilson_ that’s a 12 foot swim spa the kids love it.
That's super clean!

It's funny this came up, i helped my new neighbor unloaded one ... Kind of looks like yours...... He. Gave the palet and cardboard to burn in the dragon..... While i was cutting the cardboard up.... I found his one year warranty ...... I called him, he asked me to hang onto it... I said this outa be worth a few dips... He laughed ... Said naw bud you can take a dip anytime... (I just want that waranty) AND he travels a lot... So i get to watch over his place, and take a dip every now and again.
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