also i am aware that 2005 YFZs are known for having that problem with the wrist pin not being lubricated properly causing some really bad damage at times. is this a modification that i should consider?
im with ^^^^^ on this 1 that kind of abuse will cost u more 2 rebuild than buying another bike.unless you are getting a very good deal i would look for a different bike that is alot of race miles for a bike and you will spend a far amount of money very quick, just my opinion.[/b]
The quad has 10,000 miles on it, the bike has seen a lot of extremely hard miles in the past, including five Baja peninsula runs from TJ to cabo. the engine is great condition, i installed a brand new 2006 yfz motor in it after i blew up the original engine at right around 8500 miles. so the motor is in good condition and can go at least another four thousand miles. but chassis itself is not in good condition, the frame is rusted and cracked in multiple place and the bike squeaks and makes all kinds of annoying noises(its probably all the bearings and bushing about to give out). so besides the bearings and bushing needing to be replaced, is there anything else on that chassis or suspension that i should replace?Time for a new bike... 10,000 hrs. on any type of bike or quad is insane. Everything needs to be replaced. You would be alot better off just finding another quad it would take too much time and money to get it back where it needs to be.[/b]