1987 Yamaha Big Wheel BW 200 BW200 ATV - Wrist Twisters
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post #1 of 2 Old 03-29-2009, 03:47 PM Thread Starter
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1987 Yamaha Big Wheel BW 200 BW200 ATV

1987 Yamaha BW200 Big Wheel. I’ve had this bike for a few years and it’s time to let her go. She’s definitely not pretty but a heck of a lot of fun. It’s great for bouncing around the woods and is tame enough for older kids or teens. The seat cover is clearly cabbage and the side covers are MIA. The engine has electric start and it works great but it needs a new battery. She burns oil like an angry diesel and could use a new set of piston rings. The oil was recently changed and the carburetor was cleaned and rebuilt. The muffler has a small welded seam that has rusted out but a few minutes with a welder and she’ll be as good as new. These are becoming rare and getting one this cheap is almost impossible.
$700 OBO

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Suzuki LT500R LT 500 500R Quadzilla Quad Racer ATV

This is the nicest example of Suzuki’s wicked Quadzilla you will ever see. Professionally restored a few years ago with new everything! Seriously, everything was either replaced with new, sandblasted and powdercoated or plated, or polished. Trinity Racing Stage II engine rebuild. Bronze crank bearing cups have been machined in, bigger head studs, carb bored out. It makes all kinds of power but this is not a point and shoot quad. Think of it as a monster woods motor with a top end kick! Laegers 4” extended swingarm, Works shocks all around, ITP rims, new factory plastics, Renthal bars, Boysen reeds, Dura Blue axle, braided stainless brake lines, every bolt is a stainless steel socket head capscrew. I built this to honor the baddest quad ever made. I will also include the custom made front ski’s. They are an awesome way to use your monster quad all year long. Sure, there are bigger quads available today but NONE of them have the legendary status of Suzuki’s Quadzilla.

$4000 OBO

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