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1993 Yamaha Big Bear 350. Swing axle rubber boot replacement


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  • Guys, having trouble502095944_IMG_1782(1).thumb.JPG.8ca1c101c8d1ba91df5aa098c32ceb2b.JPG finding the correct rubber boot for my big Bear.  I've ordered 2 of them and both are wrong.  The old one was 4 inches across on the end with the tabs.  New ones are 5 inches across.  Much to big to fit properly.  TIA Hope someone has an idea.
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If the other end of the boot you have is right is right, then that 4KB might be the one.

Looking at pictures I see some boots look like the big end is closer to the small end diameter than other boots..  The 2HR looks like it's big end is quite a bit bigger than it's small end diameter. The 4Kb the two ends look similar.

Probably easiest to ask them what the diameter is before you buy though to be sure.

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Hey guys new here and just thought I'd chime in since I just finished doing this to my 88s . I ordered both boots from Babbittsonline without an issue  . I did notice that on one bike the boot seemed a little more of a struggle to get it to slip up onto the lip of the trans/engine side . but it did go . Now I didn't notice any slack in either boot on either bike but the one I did 2nd I do remember struggling with it a bit more . Is it possible that there is just an overlooked irregularity because it seems that this has  been tossed around in  another forum . 

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