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Hi everyone.

Currently have a 2004 King quad 300 4wd.

There's a few parts I need to get 4wd working again and also have a crack in the engine crankcase(big trucking rock). 

Replacement engines are horribly expensive so looking for a half decent site to buy parts /kits that also have detailed diagrams and part numbers.

Going to disassemble weld crack and give the engine a freshen up.

 

Any recommendations please

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I like to use http://www.2wheelpros.com/ to look up items.  At the top of the page on the right is a button that says OEM PARTS.  When you hit that it you will be taken to a page with most all manufactures listed.   They have one of the best layouts to look up parts I have found.   I often then use https://www.partzilla.com/ since they have a warehouse close to where I live so it's always fast shipping.  

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I usually check those sites as well and then get the OE number and do a google search. Also search amazon & ebay. I've found some things cheaper on amazon and some not, but its worth a look.

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I've used partzilla before Have always been happy with them, I used to use bikebandit for my motorcycle, Im currently looking into more local suppliers for that stuff

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What others have said, I use partzilla and 2wheelpros to get the oem number and then scour ebay, amazon, etc. to find the best price on what I'm looking for.  

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