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By Jackson Krueger
I just rebuilt a Yamaha Timberwolf and after getting it back together there are 5 Philips bolts left over with a round head they are about an inch long and they are cleaner as if they go in the motor somewhere. Looked all over already and can’t find where they go only thing have yet to check is the stator as I don’t remember taking the bolts out of it any help would be appreciated greatly, thanks.
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I have a 1996 Timberwolf with a stick shifter. When I got it the previous owner told me it was a transmission issue. He also said the starter went out. I got it home and the battery was dry. Changed plug, coil pack, filter and all fluids. I have it running well, but the shifter does not move. It is stuck in neutral. The reverse lever seems to be all the way to the front. Does anyone know where I should begin?
Trying to put new shoes on the rear brake of a 1987 LT-4WD.
Can anyone tell me if I need to remove the big nut in the center of the hub to do so? (The yellow line in attached photo)
Or should that brake cover just pull off, like in this video https://youtu.be/UD18QGnFeCs?t=70
If it just pulls off... how much effort should it require? Because it seems stuck on there pretty darn good.
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