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Hi I recently bought a 1996 Yamaha Big bear 350 for a good price it was a bit rough and ready but for what I’m gonna be using it for its sound just that each time I go looking i find more faults ie rear swing arm seal leaking, uj on prop, oil from the transfer case blah blah blah

I don’t know if I’m being too picky but I like things right but also I’m wondering is it worth it ???

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I  think only you  can decide if it  is worth it or not .. Can you do the repairs yourself?  What  will  the parts cost? how  does the  quad run?  Motor ,transmission and tires  good?

Other quads around for  comparable  price that  may be  in better  condition/  need  less  work  on them?

I  never  let the  year  bother in my  decisions  if the  motor  and  transmission are  fine .  My  own  Quad is a  1991.

 

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I love the old bikes! Easy to work on for the most part.  Repairs are usually not costly and if they are maintained they can run forever. Just picked up a 1998 bayou 220 today for a really good price.   

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