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Benton Williams

Not sure what parts needed to make 4wd work

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Well. From your pics. It looks like the p/o removed the entire front half of the 4wd. To start, I would buy the front axles, differential, & the drive shaft that connects to the trans. Would you happen to know if the 4wd engages


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What make, what model, what year ? If the bike had 4 wheel drive then you can most likely restore it back to what it was. Parts will most likely be used from eBay or other vendors depending on the brand of the bike.  

 

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Are the original hubs there ? Wow that’s a lot of parts. The differential is gone too ? 

Your prob going to put about $1000 in parts to get it back to 4x4. Not sure if it’s worth it.  

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The axles ant other parts will run you probably another $300-$400 or so and miscellaneous nuts bolts and gaskets a few more bucks. Keep in mind this  all depends one the existing transmission working properly? Why was it disconnected in the first place? These are the things you have to look into. 

Double check that all the tires are the same size as well. 4x4 vehicles have to have the same size tires all the way around  so they all rotate the same. It’s possible that after the 4x4 was removed the front tires were downsized ?

 

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