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BRoth82

2000 Yamaha Kodiak 400 4x4

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Question for you guys that have worked on a Kodiak, I was wondering since it has a push button 2x4 to 4x4 does it have a slipping front differential or is it a locking front differential.  If it's a slipping diff, has anyone tried to make it power both front tires at the same time?

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The 2000 Kodiaks are limited slip as are all Yamaha front diffs with the exception of the diff lock models. There is no way to make that particular diff have diff lock. The only way to do it would be to swap out your front diff with a diff from a locking diff bike, 450, 660 Grizz etc. Axles and driveshaft would have to either match up or be swapped. Once that's done, we have a stand alone wiring kit that you could use for the electrical portion. 

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