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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-04-2012, 03:51 PM Thread Starter
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Question enticer track swap

I have 70'sa enticer 340 n it needs a new track, i dont know much about them but was wondering what the standard size track is for it or can i put a standard 121 x 15 inch track on it?

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those have an oddball track. short with a wide pitch. theres a bit involved with upgrading to a 121 2.52 track, but the efforts are well worth it in the end.
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Definitely hard to find tracks that small. The size was something along the 108"x15", with a 3.29" pitch.

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Well the 340 ET stated in 1980 and had a 15 X 108 3.28 X 33! Hard to find! Same as the Ovation and Inviter!
The 300 was from 79 and was a 15 X 101.5 3.28 X 31, same as the 250ET! And the 250 Bravo was a 15 X 92.5!
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Not an easy swap to a 121X15, but it can be done. You'll have to swap out the sprockets

Track Sprocket - Yamaha (7T/0.850 Square/2.52 Pitch) [04-108-19] - $15.95 : Parts Reloaded, Your Source For Hard To Find Parts!

Then you'll have to either extend the original suspension, or replace it with a 121" skid. Considering many people swap out their 121" skids and tracks for 136's, you should keep your eyes out for a more modern 121" suspsension and track on craigslist of fleabay. You should be able to pick up a 121" suspsension and track for $300 or less.
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So the 300 and the 340 have a different track? And all of the 300's are the same track?

I'd love to get a better track on my little 300.

edit: 15 X 101.5 3.28 X 31, I can't find a reference to this size much less a track for sale. Is this correct?

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Kimpex track for that sled (depending on year of the ET300) is 04-961.

See the following links:
Source for reference: Snowmobile 2013
Tracks available to purchase:
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04-961 - .75" Yamaha Track | Snowmobile Parts | MFG Supply

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That Kimpex catalog is full of info. Thanks.

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They should have enough parts to keep you running for quite some time.
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