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dhallftworth

Need help identifying an older yamaha four wheeler

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I just received this from my brother, and neither of us know anything about it. Can anyone help?

What I do know:

4x2

1500cm marked on engine

pull-start

difficult to push with flat spot tires lol

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If  you   find the  VIN  number, you should be able to find the  year  by searching on it .. Look  on the   lower  frame on the  left  between the engine  and  the  front  A frame.

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Looks to be a Yamaha Timberwolf we have had 3 in the past 1 still have other 2 were stolen. Mid 90s still a great running machine

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On 11/27/2016 at 6:55 PM, Stace said:

Looks to be a Yamaha Timberwolf we have had 3 in the past 1 still have other 2 were stolen. Mid 90s still a great running machine

I stand corrected, it does look like a Timberwolf based on the lights. Found this 1993 on youtube...

 

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