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Offline Kobus Myburgh

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Re: Yamaha 250 Bear tracker?
« Reply #20 on: February 12, 2020, 06:20:33 pm »
Het 'n 2000 Big Bear 350 met permanente 4x4 gehad.  In low Range - Solank die wiele traksie het beweeg hy vorentoe.  Ek het soms 'n sandsak voor en een agter gelaai wanner ek MF 135 terkker gesleep start het.   Meer as een keer 'n trekker met 1000 liter spuitkar op gelyk grond gesleep.

Hulle is nie vinnig nie maar verbasend sterk.

Neem in ag dat hy nie 'n ewenaar agter het nie. Daarom gewig op die agterkant het 'n direkte invloed op die stuur. Sou die gewig op die hak baie wees sal ek aanbeveel dat jy die hak voor monteer.

Maar my 2c

Thanks for the info. The 350 4x4 was what I was actually looking for, but none to be had?
Picked up the quad this morning and when for a quick ride. It goes well, but haven't checked its pulling ability.
I see the back tyres are shot, so if any one has any half worn ones, I would be glad to buy them. New is not an option, for the amount of time it will be used.
pm Kobus Myburgh. He has some if they are the correct size.

2 No. 22x7-11
2 No. 22x10-9
2 No. 23x8-11

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Re: Yamaha 250 Bear tracker?
« Reply #21 on: February 12, 2020, 07:52:09 pm »
Thanks Kobus! I need to look at the actual tyres?

These are the Yamaha site specs: 22 x7 -10   and 22x10-10. Which is the rim diameter?

You don't perhaps have rims with any of those pairs?

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Re: Yamaha 250 Bear tracker?
« Reply #22 on: February 12, 2020, 08:32:50 pm »
Unfortunately no rims and even worse, none of the tyres will fit.

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Re: Yamaha 250 Bear tracker?
« Reply #23 on: February 12, 2020, 08:57:32 pm »
Oh darn ::)

I need to see what is on that quad. Previous owner may have changed sizes. They look a bit smaller than 22 to me. I'll check in the morning :thumleft:

Must say, I got quite a shock when I google those size prices!
 

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Re: Yamaha 250 Bear tracker?
« Reply #24 on: February 13, 2020, 07:35:53 am »
Oh darn ::)

I need to see what is on that quad. Previous owner may have changed sizes. They look a bit smaller than 22 to me. I'll check in the morning :thumleft:

Must say, I got quite a shock when I google those size prices!

If it is a working quad, I would look at modifying car rims to fit, for instance 10 inch Austin/ Leyland Mini rims, or, if they could fit, 12 inch rims from old Datsuns?

Of course, first check availability and pricing on those, but they should be MUCH cheaper, and last MUCH longer than the stupid quad tyres.