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Yamaha: 4-Stroke Includes all Yamaha 4-strokes, Nytro, Apex, Phazer, etc
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Old 08-28-2015, 01:16 PM
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Who makes an extra wheel set for '08-'10 Nytros? Both of mine eat hi faxes pretty fast. Additionally, Is adding a wheel set near the front where wear is greatest the easiest/best way to reduce wear on hi fax slides? thanks, Snowflakes

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I believe that Allen with Ulmar Racing sells some for the Nytro chassis. It does help but it doesn't cure the problem.
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I would recommend the DUPONT slides. Most Yamaha dealers carry them. We have them in stock and will ship anywhere in the US.
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I had the same problem put the marginal snow kit or whatever it is called on the front where the wear is happening and solved 99% of my problem.
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