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Jackson Krueger

Yamaha Timberwolf 250 Help

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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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Wow that’s a tough problem to help out with since there are a lot of the screws you described in that engine. If they are all the same size that’s the only good thing as maybe they all belong to one part or one location like a clutch or engine cover of some sort. 

I would go back through it all and see where you left it out.  ESP after doing all that work. 

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