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Yup Yup....now it's on to the modifications...... Currently I've taken off the head lights, and tail light, and the parking brake. I may remove the pea shooter, and the air box lid, but I am at 5000+ feet elevation, and I don't want to mess with it to much since it's going under the knife in about 3 weeks. In the next pictures it will look mighty different :lol :lol



Got the GYTR HUBS on it too.....










Here are my 2 quads (the YFZ, and the 400ex) along with Crazie's Z400 all piled into a 12 foot trailer. :eek:
 

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490? :eek: Ya coulda gotten these for cheaper...
http://www.yfzcentral.com/suspension.htm

Oh well, still nice lookin!!!!

Those are 399.99......for just the front hubs.

I got all 4(Front and rear) for actually 460.00, but had to pay like 30.00 bucks tax so.....my OTD price was around 490.00.

That's one of the cheapest deals I could find on all 4 hubs :wink:
 

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i was wondering if you could take a picture with the front ends of the yfz and the z400 facing eachother just to get a feel of how much wider the yfz is. All three quads look great, but blue seems to always be the best.
 

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Actually we did measure. Centerline of the left tire, to centerline of the right tire on the Z400 was about 35.5 inches. Centerline of the left tire, to centerline of the right tire on the YFZ was 37 inches. My YFZ is 1.5 inches wider than his Z400. I feel that is the best way to get an accurate measurement of the width of a quad when you need a comparison, cause it doesn't allow for tire flex, or eyeball measuring. We will try to take some more pictures.........
 

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Yup Yup....now it's on to the modifications...... Currently I've taken off the head lights, and tail light, and the parking brake. I may remove the pea shooter, and the air box lid, but I am at 5000+ feet elevation, and I don't want to mess with it to much since it's going under the knife in about 3 weeks.  In the next pictures it  will look mighty different :lol :lol

what are you doin to it in 3 weeks?
 
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