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not sure where to post this but,

 

I have a 2016 yamaha grizzly 700 with a blown up transmission (again).

 

I was wondering if a 2015 Yamaha grizzly 700 Main drive transmission shaft and gears shift drum will fit on my 2016?

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Your best bet would be to look up the parts and compare the part number on any of the parts web sites. Best bet. @Ajmboy knows some of the parts places that list the parts by numbers   Maybe he can chime in and point you in the right direction. 

Also take a look (long shot) but look on eBay for that parts for both years and screen shot the patsy and compare  or down load the manuals here and compare parts  from the manual. It may take time but worth it. 

Lastly I would call a Yamaha dealer ask for the parts dept and ask them to run the part numbers for both years. I’m sure they would tell you  

 

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Definitely cross reference all your needed parts on partzilla or rockymountainatv.  Both are great places to check part numbers.  eBay is a great place to get used parts. 

 

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8 hours ago, Roger-Ashley Freese said:

Definitely cross reference all your needed parts on partzilla or rockymountainatv.  Both are great places to check part numbers.  eBay is a great place to get used parts. 

 

Thanks, ended up getting a kodiak 700 parts motor for a stupid price! 

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