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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.
It will go into neutral, 1st, 2nd, and reverse but nothing after 2nd gear. The shifter moves freely going up completely nothing but when you shift down it works. I’m not sure if it’s tranny issue worth messing with or if I should just buy a new one. Overall besides that the thing runs like new.
Taken from my car port around 0330 and was taken by at least 2 people found footprints pushing the quad all the way to the road (80 yards)
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There are many ways to install grips and make them stick. The best one, short of having grip glue, is to use carb cleaner. First, clean your handlebars with carb cleaner and a rag, then spray the inside of the grips liberally. The carb spray acts as a lubricant first and then actually melts the grips enough so that it will bond to the clean handlebar. This works great for all but the most extreme conditions. If wet weather is involved, you really need to use grip glue, and in addition, you should follow that up with some safety wire.
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FOR SALE: $10,800 or best offer.
Custom built Street Legal Harley Davidson 4 Wheeler .
Answer to your first question ...
YES, you can drive it anywhere.. on highways.. back roads... neighborhoods.. off road... ANYWHERE ITS LEGAL FOR CARS or 4-Wheelers !
This took a lot of work and effort with many divisions of the transportation dept. and through multiple attorneys advice.
This is one of only two 4 wheelers that are street legal in the U.S.A. (Excluding Montana, parts of Arizona, and New York).
Now for the details.
Its a 1989 Harley Davidson Frame and Engine.
The motor is matching numbers to frame and title.
The motor is 883cc beefed up to 1200cc.
This bike has too many upgrades to list as you can see in the pictures.
Please ask questions if needed.
This bike has been in Dirt Rider Mag and several other places.
There is more than $20,000 in parts and man hours put into this bike.
Additional Upgrades I will be starting this month:
Turn Signal Relay and Dakota Digital Upgraded Speedometer
This bike has Super Swamper Vampire tires in some pics (THESE ARE NOT STREET LEGAL TIRES) and do not come with bike.
This bike has STI Black Diamond Tires with black STI3 rims in other pics. (THESE ARE DOT APPROVED TIRES AND ARE STREET LEGAL).
This bike also has ROAD Street Tires too....
YES 2 SETS OF TIRES !
All 2 sets of tires and rims are included in price.
Top speed is around 100mph-140mph. This thing will move.
Be the first to own a 4 wheeler on the road and in the woods...
Please call 812-305-11 nine six I live in Lexington. KY
By Guest Fox300exchic
The Hop-Up: You may be saying to yourself, “that’s a chick bike,” and you’re right. But honestly, it’s so much more than that. It’s one badass bike. http://www.quadmagazine.com/quad/features/article/0,24942,1587044,00.html
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