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1999 Yamaha Kodiak 400 4x4 Where To Purchase Parts


Hellraiser69

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Just got a new to me, 99 Kodiak w/ plow and an extra set of tires for dirt cheap. I'm curious where you guys purchase your parts for your older ATV's? Google is great to find parts, but I'm hoping you guys have some stores, online, that you prefer on a recommendation basis. I've already purchased my tune-up items, but the brakes need some work and I'll likely end up having to replace the steering stem bearing, front CV axles and a few other things down the road.

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I'm a fan of Partzilla for anything I can get on there.  I have ordered bearings though for hubs and rear diff from All Balls Racing.  I'd stay away from any gasket sets or bearings and what not that are cheap ebay sets, i've blown a cheap head gasket and crushed orings from cheaper sets.  Usually the bearings are ok but the seals are terrible....and bad seals lead to bad bearings.  Some of the hard parts though like a middle drive gear (blew the one apart on my 93 kodiak) I had to go to ebay and get a used one from Grump's ATV.

Oh, and welcome to Quad Crazy!

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