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  1. Grizzly Talk
    Hey guys on Saturday my buddy rolled his grizz 700 right over himself, fracturing 3 vertebras and collapsing a lung. Not to mention totaled his machine I just wanted to say ride hard but be sure not to cross the line, and when you do... GET OUT OF THE WAY! your worth more than your machine...
  2. General Discussion
    Well rolled the brute yesterday :( I'm fine brute in bad shape.... Does this count for another roll over badge? :) Brute Force 750 Crash - YouTube
  3. Industry News
    December 15, 2011 - The following product safety recall was voluntarily conducted by the firm Read More at
  4. Industry News
    November 10, 2011 - The following product safety recall was voluntarily conducted by the firm Read More at
  5. Pictures & Videos
    Can one of you guys point me to Butch's crash video? I was watching it today (at work), and now my wife would like to see exactly how he rolled his 450... I am also looking for the pictures of his rebuild...
  6. Industry News
    WASHINGTON, Sept. 8, 2011 - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the Read More at
  7. General Discussion
    Like people to post up personal experience of crashing, what went right what went wrong, and also those that have helped rescue at a crash, what went right what went wrong, and if you have medical training some basic do's and don't for those in the immediate rescue group (fellow riders)...
  8. General Discussion
    ** Warning Language** This is one bad thing about having to much suspension under you!
  9. General Discussion
    I remember seeing some of these crashes over the years but not this whole video. Watching this makes me want to go out.... and well...Crash hehehe
  10. New Member Introductions
    Hi crash, welcome to the forum! Why not make this your first post and introduce yourself to us?
  11. Grizzly Tech Tips
    the wheels point left when they should point straight....tie rods both look good....I see there is a coupling (for lack of a better term) above where the tie rods attach to the steering column, is that where it can be adjusted? if so, how? if not, how is this done? thanks in advance!
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