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hey im new to the site and got a few questions if anyone can answer them.

i own an 2003 yamaha kodiak 450 auto and am wanting to replace the fenders on it but i am wanting to put black fenders on it. The closest year model i found with black fenders is an 2005 and i was wondering if these fenders would fit and what i would have to do to make them fit? any and all help would be appreciated, thanks.

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well im not sure myself but there are alot of ppl on here that can probly answer that ? for you I was just stoppin in to welcome you to the site

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Yes, I belive the 2003 and 2005 are interchangeable. You can use 400 or 450 plastic. I used to own a 2005 Kodiak 450.

* Note to mod, please move to Yamaha forum and rename: 2003 yamaha kodiak 450 fenders.

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