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NC97Warrior

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Hello everyone form Fuquay Varina NC. With the covid and working from home I have been restoring a 1997 warrior. I picked it up fro 500$ and am slowly cleaning it up. Tell me what you think. and suggestions are welcome. So far its on clean up and replace worn parts.
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For now my neighbor has a field behind his house that theyll be putting a subdivision in eventually. They cleared a lot but are working on a section further away from his house. I plan to check out Busco Beach and Hollister ATV park sometime this summer. Need to get the carb tuned correctly first.

Is there anywhere to ride out your way?
 

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I pretty much ride like you at the moment. I don't trust my front ball joints that much yet. The previous owner really bought it and just ran it till it stopped.

Next on the list is front arms, rods and tires. Mine was flipped and have replaced a lot of bent parts. Ebay has been my friend. Where is Hollister ATV Park?

example the ATV had the original chain on it still.....

 

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Hollister ATV park
35895 HWY 561
Hollister, North Carolina

I picked mine up from my brother two years ago. It sat untouched for 6 months before i brought it home. He had traded for another 4 wheeler he had, and like yours was rode hard and put up wet.

Definitely look into getting a case saver, if the chain breaks theres a good chance it will crack the case when it slings around. When i got mine it was broken and patched with JB weld. I split the cases and had it welded up, and installed a case saver to prevent it happening again.
 
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