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ok of course i want to get the yfz but im a big buy about 280 pounds and i was wandering if anyuone had anyproblems with frames cracking because if so the i might have to do something asbout it thanxs.......
 

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u might be just a lil big for the yfz, it just depends on what type of riding u do




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i am 280 and over and the quad is just fine. granted, i havent jumped 60 footers but i dont intend to either. the quad shows no signs of fatigue or frame cracking.
dont worry and get it. its fine
 

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Originally posted by seatec@Dec 24 2003, 07:32 PM
i am 280 and over
:O " NOTE to self.......dont mess with Seatec :nono
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Don't worry. im very passive as long as i am fed. :lol
being 6'4" and 280 has its advantages but not always :re
 

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i weight in at 270 and havent had any problems, but yet again i dont run mx the only air i have gotten on my yfz is about 4-6 feet and i have not had any problems with that
 

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I go about 250 with gear on AND race MX. granted biggest air I catch is about 60 feet, 10-15 feet high, but no problems.....aftermarket suspension is a beautiful thing....... :lol
 

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6'-3", 290lbs here. The YFZ is my wifes, but the riding I have done on it tells me it is just fine. It feels very comfortable and solid. Best of all, us big guys can fling this thing around, it feels like a toy underneath ya. A toy that huals A$$.

"If you have the means,I highly recommend picking one up." 8)
 

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5 ft 1 98 pounds here....... dnt hav one to crack the frame :lol but ill be jumping 10-20 ft in the air when i do get one and ill let u know...... gimme a few months tho :lol
 

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just get some after market suspension or even better get the whole front end and get the shocks for the big dawgs like get it set to 300lbs and ull be perfect :lol
 

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6' 250lbs and it doesn't even know I'm there. I was reading the owners manual and it says the bike is overloaded by 30 lbs with just me on it! FTOM and have some fun!!!
 

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Yeah I noticed that 220lb "limit" in the manual too. Makes about as much sense as not letting my 15 year old daughter ride the Blaster because she doesn't meet the "approved" age limits.

Bottom line... it all depends on the sort of riding you do. I know I'm not going to let my 250lbs stop me from RIDING mine!! :lol :D :lol :D :lol
 
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