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Tips For Getting Your ATV Unstuck

Posted on 18 Mar 2019 in ATV and UTV, Powersports | 0 comments

There are going to be two types of people reading this. There are those of you that have your ATV parked neatly in the garage, and those of you with your ATV parked haphazardly in a swamp. For your sake, we hope you are not the latter. Regardless, you are wondering what to do when you get your ATV stuck in the mud. You are in luck. We’ve buried our ATV nice and deep plenty of times. (We’ll pretend it was field research, in the name of science.) But, now, our pains can be your gains. We’d be happy to share what we know. There are seemingly infinite scenarios for a stuck ATV and covering them all would be impossible. To keep things simple, we are dividing […]

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How to Break In Motorcycle Brakes

Posted on 06 Mar 2019 in Powersports | 0 comments

Growing up, we were always told that first impressions matter. First encounters with classmates, coworkers, and peers will have a major impact on the relationship that develops thereafter. You’ve likely heard this before too; But, did you know that the same applies to your motorcycle brake pads and rotors? Your first ride out on your new brake pads will have a major impact on your brake’s performance in the future. And if you aren’t careful, that impact will not be good. Luckily for you, we know a thing or two about bedding your brake pads. With our help, you’ll be able to begin a long and happy relationship with your brake pads and rotors. Why You Should Bed Your Brakes  Before we tell you how, we are […]

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Motorcycle Exhaust Blues: Don’t Let Exhaust Bluing Get You Down

Posted on 06 Mar 2019 in Powersports | 0 comments

Some of you wear it like a badge of honor, a shiny blue sign that this isn’t your first ride. But, for a lot of motorcycle riders on the road today, exhaust bluing is not the look you were going for. It appeared on your pipes out of nowhere; like a magic trick conjured out of thin air. But, don’t worry. We are here to unravel the mystery and show you how this trick was done. We will even show you another trick: how to make the blue on your exhaust… disappear. Why Did Your Exhaust Turn Blue? The first thing that you are probably wondering is why this happened in the first place. You walked out to your garage after a long ride and noticed some […]

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Why You Need the Trigger Wireless Accessory Control Kit in your UTV

Posted on 12 Feb 2019 in Powersports | 0 comments

Every group of riders has THAT guy. Their UTV is decked out with all of the latest and greatest accessories. Light bars, spotlights, whip lights, and a speaker system that makes their ride look like something out of one of the Fast and Furious movies. But, as great as they might look on the outside, when you hop in the passenger seat, it’s a different story. You find yourself surrounded with a mess of wires, cords, zip ties and buttons that leave you scared to move,for fear of becoming entangled in the mess. Does this narrative bring a friend to mind? If not, then it might be you! If it is, don’t worry. There is a simple solution on the market. Trigger Wireless Accessory Controllers make installing […]

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Why You Should Be Wearing Earplugs On Your Next Motorcycle Ride

Posted on 18 Jan 2019 in Powersports | 4 comments

Growing up, when you got your first motorcycle, your mom probably wasn’t on board. And, if she was, it was with one stipulation. You wear a helmet. However, we are willing to bet that she wasn’t all that concerned about your ears, and you probably weren’t either. Loud noises are cool; rock concerts, sports games, guns, all of which can provide one thrill or another. Unfortunately, these loud hobbies, along with motorcycling, can prove to be seriously harmful to your hearing if you aren’t careful. Here at Dennis Kirk, riding safely is our number one priority, and that includes protecting your ears. Think we’re being dramatic? Just hear us out, while you still can. What You Need To Know About The Decibel Scale Before we start spitting […]

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