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Colin James Krepela

350 Avenger 4X4 Shaft Driven OLD NEED HELP

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So here's the deal people, I have an old Avenger 350 4X4 Shaft Driven ATV. They only made them in the early 80's their thought of as the first four wheelers from around back when Suzuki made one in 1982. I believe the engine on it is a Kohler as I watched this video https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=avenger+400+atv&view=detail&mid=1E10E939019CA07770031E10E939019CA0777003&FORM=VIRE but mine is a 350. That's if its original, and it all looks original. I am wondering where I can get parts for this engine, or really what engine is it. I have no way to find the year, unless you guys know where a serial number might be. Every sticker is worn off. IF anyone has any information at all on these old wheelers it would be greatly appreciated. I specifically need the gaskets for the carb, and don't tell me I could build them please I want to restore it as perfectly as I can. I can take pictures of the wheeler/carb if it'll help. Let me know.

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Hey Colin welcome to Quadcrazy. Definitely 
pics always help so have at it.  
Is there a name on the carburetor? Mukuni or Kehien? 
 

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I totally appreciate your willingness to help me and I apologize for taking to long to repost but I was out of town hunting. Its a Mukini Carb and I believe a Kawasaki KF82 Engine in it. I still need to figure out the brakes the drum has nothing outside of it if you have any advice. 

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Definitely post some pics of all the problem areas including the carburetor  as well as looking along the frame for any vin# hopefully something is stamped in the frame someplace. My guess is it would be located under the front plastics on the frame where the down tubes are. 

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