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post #1 of 16 Old 02-16-2002, 01:10 PM Thread Starter
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Did yamaha ever make the Timberwolf(now beartracker) in 4 wheel drive? my friend says he is selling his for $3000, its a '99, never had any major problems with it, does it sould like a good deal?
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post #3 of 16 Old 02-17-2002, 11:37 PM
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I dunno. I have a BearTracker '01 and I'm selling it for $3000... someone I know wants it already so... *shrug* A99Wolverine has a wolv. Ask him
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Yes, there was a Timberwolf 250 4x4, but never has been a 4x4 beartracker.

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Yes like Holstein said, there have been Timberwolf 4x4's. $3000 for a 99 doesn't sound like such a good deal though. Maybe if it is in mint condition.


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the timberwolf was a 4x4 and there going to make a beartracker 4x4
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My local Dealer is selling 2002 beartrakers for $2899.00
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I have a 4x4 timberwolf, slow ( about 35 mph) and geared really high, so it isnt too great in really soupy mud, but it'll pull a good size trailer easily, I used to haul my boat around with it...

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Yea i talked to my friend again and he was wrong about the price, its 2500. in nearly new condition. they just put new tires on front/back. that sound better?
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my aunt had one, it was pretty gutless, but a nice play bike if you're not worried about hardcore mudding and going fast.

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timberworlfs sounds horrible, i had a 90 250 moto 4.high/low would do 50 on a str8 away usually tops out at 45, had plenty of power with that high/low was only 2wd though
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The 4x4 were a lot heavier, I thought that 99 was the first year for the Bear Tracker.

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99 was the first year for the beartracker. i have one and it is fun to ride it is not as powerful as the raptor but does pretty good for its size. i got it so i coud keep the raptor clean and it has worked out great
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2500 is a pretty good price cuz the dealer siad they would give us about 15-1700 for ours and its a 96 and not realy in mint condition. I used to have a 98 2x4 t-wolf to and my friend had a 99 breaktracker. The speeds of them were 2x4-54mph beartracker-51mph 4x4-45mph. The 2x4 twolf is the best of all of them.

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post #15 of 16 Old 03-16-2002, 12:46 PM
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My dad use to have a '98 Timberwolf 2X4. Thing didnt get stuck either for 2-wheel drive. He sold it for $2300 and it was in awesome shape.
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I found two 94 model 4x4 twolfs in pretty good condition.. by that I mean they needed nothing and wont for awhile..turn key..1500 each..I bought one and bought a 94 Kodiak 400 4x4 for 1200..both run great..kodiak has new tires on it..Im a slow poke on the trails so either would do fine for me but the Kodiak is more comfy +70 lbs heavier ..dont know which one is actually faster tho
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