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2004 VStar silverado classic

Issues with shaft-driven transmission - 3 breaks in 5.5 years and NOT used for long road trips, but around-the-town cruising..are there are write-ups about this particular series having these types of issues?

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I have seen a few online. I have to replace my final drive for the second time in 47K miles and Yamaha told me too bad!!!

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