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I have a 1986 phazer as most of you know..... it has about 6200 miles on it, not bad. The track is pretty much seen better days, and i was wondering if i can get a track for it anymore brand new or if i'm stuck with getting used, or after market track..... at best i would just like to stud the old track and i'd be happy with the tracton that offers, but i want some paddles which this old one hasn't seen in years.... how much and where can i get a track for the phazer.... also studding costs.


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I have a 1986 phazer as most of you know..... it has about 6200 miles on it, not bad. The track is pretty much seen better days, and i was wondering if i can get a track for it anymore brand new or if i'm stuck with getting used, or after market track..... at best i would just like to stud the old track and i'd be happy with the tracton that offers, but i want some paddles which this old one hasn't seen in years.... how much and where can i get a track for the phazer.... also studding costs.
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try this.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1988-YAMAHA...sspagenameZWDVW

hope it helps
 

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no problem..let me know how it works out for ya!! ;)[/b]

its a ##### to get goin in this snow with a bare track! i'm only doin 60 in the powder.... i wanna see what it'lll do on the groomed trails..... How long you think a belt will last on a phazer? i got a brand new one, and idk how fast they burn up, considering i have no belt guard so if it breaks its gonna do some hood damage...... its about 43 bucks for a new belt i dont' have a spare but should def. get one skoka....
 

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As long as the clutches are alignded you will be fine for a long time... Its always a good Idea to carry a spare. I would not run with out a spare. ( no belt no go) LOL

Good luck

Skoka
 

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Nobody makes a better track for the 116". A lot of people upgrade to the 121" track and suspension from the pzII ('90-'96) which you can get a bunch of different tracks for.
I bought a MaxII last year and blew it within 100 miles. Carlisle replaced it for a $6 shipping fee. I keep it as a spare only. I was told to run a Yamaha belt.
I prefer the short track. I like my sled to be "loose".
60 is about normal for top speed in the powder for this sled, Even for the pzII.
 

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I also own a 1986 Phazer {Mine's got 22,000k on it} A couple of years ago I replaced my track with a new Kimpex Vantage track. It's a 116" and came with 92 pre drilled holes for studs ,it also has a .75" paddle, the stock one was .625. Ithink Royal Distributing List it on their site.


Cheers,Buzzyboy
 
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