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Hello all! I am a new memeber from Macon, GA! I actually just purchased my first quad on tuesday. It's an older one that needs a little bit of work but for the price given I think I still got an ok deal on it. The quad is a 1995 Yamaha Moto-4 350.

I don't know if anyone on here is familiar with the Moto-4 but I figure while I am going on and on I can go ahead and ask a few questions. Any idea why you can't find a carb rebuild kit for the 1995 model? I can find them all the way up to 1993 but not 1995. I even called the dealer and they can only get up to a 1993. what size tires do you think would clear without scrubbing on the Moto-4?

Thanks for taking the time to read what i wrote! and hopefully thanks for the responses to the questions asked!

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hello and welcome to QC !!!

in the yamaha forum there is a thread, yamaha atv manuals, post #3 you can download the service manual. 27" tires would probably be the tallest you could get away with without a lift. the carb rebuild kits are available through moose racing. if you go into ebay and search and find something close ('93), email the seller and they can fix you up ...

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