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1 Grizzly 660 shifting troubles on Thu Mar 18, 2010 8:00 pm

I ride a Yamaha Grizzly 660, with 4 wheel drive and diff lock. It started giving me a little trouble last year with going into gear after hitting a BIG puddle at Deepwater (you know, the ones that are MUCH deeper than you thought, and I was going pretty fast, so it kind of thumped in). It wasn't consistently a problem, and didn't make it bad to ride, and our local Yamaha shop didn't find anything wrong with it. (They actually do better on tractors then bikes, I think.). This year, I can hardly get it to go into gear, it's worse once it's going for a bit, and it is okay (not great) in 4X4 (no difference with diff lock). So, did I break a seal and get something in my gearbox? What about 4X4? Why is it better in that?
Anyone have any ideas or previous experience with this?
Thanks for any help!
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Mel

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2 Re: Grizzly 660 shifting troubles on Mon May 10, 2010 4:42 am

Just for future reference, since some members on the forum answered this elsewhere:

IF you don't take the choke off, they don't like to shift gears later. Hey, live and learn! Wink
All better now!
Thanks, guys. Smile
Mel

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3 Re: Grizzly 660 shifting troubles on Mon May 10, 2010 9:20 am

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Yep, fast idle = pain in the rear to get in gear lol


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4 Re: Grizzly 660 shifting troubles on Mon May 10, 2010 10:41 am

Hmnmm.... he's got poems!
We need to think about writing that somewhere...maybe a tattoo!
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Mel

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5 Re: Grizzly 660 shifting troubles on Mon May 10, 2010 1:03 pm

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LOL

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