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kieley

1998 Yamaha Big Bear - Build Up

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I picked up a big bear 350 pretty sure its a 98 had all brake cables busted, bad rear drive drive shaft u joint, rear drive shaft seal gone(with bad oil leak), flat tire, but it started first pull for 600 with new tires on rims I picked it up! Right now its in peace on the floor of my shed......working on rebuilding the rear transfer case bearings and seals after buddy i bought it off telling me it was only a outter seal! this bike is in hard shape so any tips and help would be appreciated!

how do post pics like show few of stages of the build!

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hey, sounds like a good winter project !!

there is a manual for this bike in the yamaha section, yamaha atv manuals, post #3.

when you make a reply, click the 'go advanced' button and them click on the paperclip.

if you go to 'pictures' a drop down menu comes up and you can upload there too ...

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