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2005 Yamaha Big Bear 400 Professional Edition Parts

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Hello there,

I recently purchased a 2005 Yamaha Big Bear 400 that had been rolled and snapped the rear axle support attached to the rear diff and right wheel. The thing about this atv it's a Professional edition and the previous owners said I need a different part then just the regular support. 

 

Part Number: 5FU-F2110-10-00 Rear Arm component. (1 in the picture)9ad08923504634d9d302a19cdce68c9db9f34477.png

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I added the year and clarified the topic title a bit. I also moved your topic to the Yamaha ATV Forum. I'm not sure if you need different parts, I would imagine they are the same when it comes to the drive train. Plastics and such may be a little different and maybe suspension, tires, and rims. Not 100% sure though.

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