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Yamaha Grizzly PartsWhen the 1998 Grizzly was released, it was a pretty big deal. Now, obviously it wasn’t as exciting as the invention of the wheel, even though this ATV has four of them... But, what makes this ATV so special is what’s moving those wheels. It starts with the 598cc engine, which was the largest motor on the market at the time for a utility quad. But what really peaked our interest was its Ultramatic transmission. This CVT is one of the best ever produced, and people have been trying to replicate it ever since. The Yamaha Grizzly changed the game back in 1998, and has continued to be a crowd favorite ever since. Here at Dennis Kirk, we love to see the evolution of ATVs. It’s left these quads in a special place in our hearts, so we have done our best to stock a great selection of aftermarket parts and accessories for Yamaha Grizzlys.
Maybe you have the 1998 Grizzly, and maybe you have this year’s model. Despite the age difference, there is one thing that they all have in common: They need to be taken care of. Keeping a close eye on the different components of your quad is the best way to make sure that it lasts as long as possible. We have all kinds of parts essential on your quad. From batteries and spark plugs, to oil filters and CV boots, we have everything you’ll need to keep your quad roaring like a Grizzly should.
If your quad is up and running, then you can start to look into other, more fun additions to your quad. New tires or shocks can make a noticeable difference in your quads performance. New wheels or mufflers can entirely change the aesthetic of your ATV. Otherwise, you can try something like a rear cargo trunk or a front bumper. There are tons of great ways to improve your quad, it’s just a matter of choosing which one sounds best to you.
Once you have found what you need, place your order! Our warehouse team will ship out your order the very same day. Thank you for stopping by Dennis Kirk.