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1998 Vmax 700 Track

I'm posting for my brother in law. He needs a new track for his VMAX 700 XTC deluxe. I'm a Polaris guy so I don't know what track fits his sled. Does it take a standard 15"x121" or is there a certain pitch etc.... He would like to get a ripsaw or a hack saw. Any body have part numbers to these?

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1998 VMAX Track

Don't know anything about Yamaha. My brother in law has a 1998 VMAX 700 XTC Deluxe that needs a new track. Does it take a standard 15"x121" track? He wants either the ripsaw or the hack-saw. Does anybody know the part numbers of these two for this sled ?

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yup it takes a standard 15" x 121" track, im not sure about clearance for the 1.25" ripsaw though, ive read on other forums that for that lug size they had to get 8 tooth drivers, but don't go by what I just said, thats only what I heard, and the hacksaw should fit perfect, because its only a 1" lug, the hacksaw is supposed to be an excellent track on the hardpack to.

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