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Thread: 2000 Yamaha Mountain max 700 with cracked saw on the track

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tetchan View Post
    But, the owner is afraid of trouble on the mountain
    I can say w/ certainty that TY hasn't gotten any shots from mountains in Japan. Please try to snap a few photos next time you're are the top of the world.
    Did you go w/ the 1.5 Crossover track?
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    We bought 144 X 2 CHALLENGER TRACK PART# 9875M from USA.
    We rarely have deep snow. This is video of the last season.

    Quote Originally Posted by A couple of bucks View Post
    I can say w/ certainty that TY hasn't gotten any shots from mountains in Japan. Please try to snap a few photos next time you're are the top of the world.
    Did you go w/ the 1.5 Crossover track?

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    I started disassemble of the sled.

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    I found the speed meter side setscrews were loosen.

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    Last edited by Tetchan; 10-20-2018 at 05:51 AM.

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    I am wondering how to add extension plate.
    The plates have 6 holes. I think 2 holes will be bolted with original rail and 4 holes will be bolted with tension adjuster.
    These ext. plates are designed to add 1.5 inches (3 inches/2 ,Mountain Max's 141 to 144 track) . 1.5 inches is close 35 mm (distance of the holes).
    Is that correct?
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    Yamaha 8DPRALEXPLAT, Rail Extend Track
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    Last edited by Tetchan; 10-20-2018 at 06:19 AM.

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