Anyone have a Yamaha Terrapro?

The kid

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If you are speaking of a YFP350U Yamaha Terrapro, the PTO is twin belt driven to a gearbox that outputs the PTO. I'll take a look at your pictures when you get them posted here.
 

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Hello Here are the pictures. hoses run from the back of the ATV and end at the front, where they are disconnected.



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Looks like breather hoses to me.
Me parece que son para premitir que el aire que esta adentro la transmisión, el eje y tal vez otras áreas se expanda cuando se calienten mientras la maquina esta andando.
Si no tuvieron estos mangueras, podría hacer que salia aceite por los sellos cuando el aire se calientaba y hacer que se chupaba aire (o agua si estaba bajo agua) por los sellos cuando se enfriaba.

Aaron Z
 

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If you notice the type of clamps that hold these hoses on are non pressure hose clamps. The wire clamps are only meant to hold them in place. As aczlan mentioned they are indeed vent hoses. The problems that arise with these hoses is that they get filled with mud/dirt from use or insects. You can easily crush the ends and shake the dirt out. The first picture is the vent hose on top of the differential that attaches to the right wheel.

I took all the fenders off mine including the fuel tank and went from end to end to check all those lines. Getting back to the differential. There is a hex plug on top to check the oil level in it. Same with the PTO gearbox.

The bike is purely mechanical and does not have any hydraulics other that the rear brake lines. There are no pumps either. -kid
 
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I'd like to see some pictures of all this. Post a few here. -kid

Sorry it took so long to get these. Started spring cleaning today and finally moved some stuff from the winter and a remodel project here at the house so I could get some pics.
 

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Impressive collection of Terrapro equipment. Some of those implements look barely used. Assuming your location is in Alabama. You obviously don't need a snow blower. Good luck with your restoration which looks only to be cosmetic.
 
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Impressive collection of Terrapro equipment. Some of those implements look barely used. Assuming your location is in Alabama. You obviously don't need a snow blower. Good luck with your restoration which looks only to be cosmetic.

Most of the equipment was used very little. The tiller still had plenty of paint on the tines when I got it. The only thing that really needs work is the boom sprayer. I have contacted Broyhill and surprisingly they still had some parts for it.

The pic of the Terrapro torn down is the one I am working on. It had sat for 20+ years and the cylinder had cupped where the piston had sat. It smoked bad even though it was a low hour unit. I had to take it apart have it bored and honed with new piston, rings etc. I have never had anything down this far so I hope I can get it back together and get it going again...

It had also been painted, so I will have to get the body panels back to their original condition. I have new stickers to go on it once the body panels are ready. The racks were painted with rhino lining. Not looking forward to having to get all of that off; may see if they can be sand blasted to get it off.

You are correct, I do not need the snow blower in Alabama...lol. However, I would like to have one just to have one for the collection. I really would like to find the auger post hole digger.

The other Terrapro I have had for 3 years. It runs great. I bought it from a Yamaha dealer. It had been taken care of pretty well. I have taken excellent care of it since we have owned it. Always kept it garaged, pto fluid changed, differential fluid and sub transmission fluid changed every year since we have had it.

Do you know of any belts that will work as the pto drive belts? I have searched and searched and not found anything to match the oem belts, which are expensive. ..
 
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You have quite a bit of room if you noticed when the PTO is engaged. If you bought some slightly shorter I believe they would work. I captured this picture somewhere and thought it would be useful one day when I needed at set of PTO belts. I'm finishing up on restoring my FM48. I custom mixed my own paint and matched the ATV almost perfectly. I made my own decals to replace the badly faded ones with a vinyl cutter.

Google the numbers on the pictured belt. I was down your way and purchased some parts from a guy. Part of by cache was a pair of near mint condition PTO belts. I also picked up a rebuildable MIKUNI carb. I recently rebuilt it. I may sell it to re-coop some money I paid for some parts. Bet you bought your decals from a guy on ebay. If so. They are nice. They are printed decals with clear layered over them. I have another set ready for my second Terrapro I'm fixing to start on.

Here's a picture of my first one when I had it skinned down.
 
 
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