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Liljohn2067

Yamaha 350 Wolverine unlock 4X4

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I recently purchased an 01 and a 04 Yamaha 350 4X4 Wolverines. They both are full time locked in I would like to be able to lock and unlock them. Warn discontinue  

the kit they offered. I was wondering if anyone knew a fix for this, maybe a newer model Yamaha ATV parts could work on these? Or another company offers a kit? 

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