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you must have pinched an o ring someplace

Arctic Cat 2007... | Answered 21 hours ago


A huge proportion of footwear of all sorts are made using sizes taken from the standard Italian last. It has become a sort of tradition because Italian shoes have been world reknown for elegance - as a nation the Italians have notoriously narrow feet. People who don't have "Italian" feet usually need to buy shoes based on width fit in order to achieve comfort and in doing so will often end up buying shoes that are up to three sizes too long..

Add into this unsatisfactory situation the fact that not all manufacturers cut on the generous side, as with clothes, and the further problem when shoes are produced in metric and then converted into British or American sizes that rarely coincide, providing low cost manufacturers a further opportunity for meanness and rendering the more expensive footwear generally superior as being much closer to the size printed on the shoes or boots. Buying shoes and boots these days with preconceived notions about what size you need is a pathway to unnecessary expense and discomfort and much disappointment.

Only expensive children's shoes, exclusive brands, a very few specialist and bespoke shoes are available in a variety of width fittings for each size, leather shoes do have the benefit of "bedding in" but shoes and boots made of synthetic materials rarely do and if they do it is a slow process.
People who must buy mailorder often order two, three or more pairs at once in order to make comparisons.

If you are not in a position to do that I suggest you either have your feet measured for width and length or obtain the instructions to measure them yourself and then provide the measurements to the shoe or boot supplier or manufacturer and request they supply boots to fit the width of your obviously non-Italian feet.

Salomon Winter... | Answered 2 days ago


Hey Dave,
Have you replaced the air filter?
Try running it without the filter to see of that makes a difference..
bad gas will not cause this.. Sometimes its cheaper to take it to a professional..

Yamaha 2006 VK... | Answered on Jun 24, 2017


sounds more like a bad stator on both counts

Yamaha 2005 RS... | Answered on Jun 23, 2017


right here, right now, lots of questions and lots of answers.

Winter Sports | Answered on Jun 14, 2017


It all depends where you live. But yeah winters are getting worse and worse. Global warming is not a myth

HJC Winter... | Answered on Jun 14, 2017


I can't see the "box" you are referring to! It is cardboard, or made of wood, or plastic, or steel, or aluminum, or some other material?

Winter Sports | Answered on May 15, 2017

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