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To hood or not to hood?

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ok guys so i finally got my hood for my kfx but i dont know if i like it. can i get some ideas and inputs? if no hood what can i do to cover the holes?

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I too like the look of the new hood, I would give it time to grow on you before you make up your mind. If you decide you really don't like it, you can fill the holes with a plastic welder, they are cheap and relatively easy to use, you need to make sure you use the right type of plastic though. Most atv plastic is polyethylene. There are different density grades, but they will all fuse to one another. Keep in mind, it may be hard to make it look perfect.

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