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1993? Yamaha Timberwolf. Murdered

Discussion in 'Other Builds' started by oneBIGroom, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. Apr 7, 2012 at 11:34 PM
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    oneBIGroom

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    So I picked up this Yamaha Timberwolf 2x4, and another parts Timberwolf, both for $100. The guy told me that it had a bad hub and would only pull one wheel and that if I cleaned the Carb and put a battery on it that it would run. The underside of the gas tank cover says "91,92,93" So im going with '93.

    I took the Timber home and got to work. Cleaned the carb, put a battery on it, and checked the engine for compression and what-do-ya-know, it started. Since it started I stripped the whole wheeler and changed the hub to get both wheels to pull.

    before.jpg

    Once that was taken care of, I sandblasted the frame, plastics, foot pegs, brush guard, skid plate, muffler,and painted everything with Dupli-color bedliner. (Plastics were Baby Blue before)

    after.jpg

    Future mods are:

    Super Swamper Vampires
    Seat Recovered
    Bedlined Wheels
    VHT headlights
    New taillight lense
    VHT taillight lense
    Black High-heat engine paint on the engine
    HID Headlights
    Black brake levers
     
  2. Apr 8, 2012 at 9:34 PM
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    More sandblasting and bedlining tomorrow...
     
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