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post #41 of 51 (permalink) Old 03-15-2017, 08:47 PM
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I'd be lost without them. Thank you for sharing your knowledge!
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post #42 of 51 (permalink) Old 03-15-2017, 10:20 PM
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Mitch, first of all -- thank you for the great videos! Secondly, I don't think there's a special need in redoing the 400 stuff, everything looks better than green book manuals. Of course if you happen to get to new departments like STVA or other, that would be an awesome addition to complete the bike contents. Other than that, the new models, in particular 650, might be worth attention.

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post #43 of 51 (permalink) Old 03-22-2017, 09:40 PM
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Hey Mic, I Love all your videos, I have the k7 400, I got in 2011, it Runs great, my cousin just got a Silverwing 2002, I cant wait to try it out but I would never get rid of my 400, maybe try it
this fri, it's going to be in the 60s, right now 25 burr.
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YES I watch them any time I'm starting a project on my 400K7, they're great and THANK YOU. Wish you owned a 400K6, it would have made working on my GF's bike a lot easier.

I've never had a problem with the video quality of any of your shots.

BTW, I'm jealous of you sailing with Mac. I couldn't believe when I watched one of his videos on fb and saw you on board. Small world!
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YES very useful videos! Helped me to learn all maintenance on my 2008 AN400.

BTW, I love your video of your trip from FL to TX in one day. I get a kick out of the segment where you roll through the Mobile I-10 tunnel in a blink of an eye! (I live near Mobile).

Am a big fan of yours.

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video of your trip from FL to TX in one day.
I wish it was done at regular speed.

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I just got a 2007 AN400 and your videos have already helped me start to fix my glove box door!

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Have you redone the vid where you pull apart the CVT case, ya don't have to pry it, just thread two bolts into the clutch area and it pops off.

Hope all is well with you!

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Looked at them a lot, thanks for doing them

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Mitch,

a LONG DISTANCE thanks for all your Videos, the Burgman and the Gopro stuff all the way from Cape Town, South Africa. You've helped me to maintain and keep my Scoot running flawlessly for 7 5 years now. Just gone through 70 000 km's and the scoots still good..

Many thanks Buddy.

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