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2005 Yamaha Kodiak 450 4x4, North Alabama, $4,300

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Yamaha Kodiak 450 Auto 4×4

Excellent condition

One owner

Adult owned and driven

Always parked in garage

Never in mud!

Only 168 miles!

Includes brand new 2500# Warn winch

Purchased new as dealer holdover in late 2006

New...$6000

Now...$4300

No Trades Please

SPECIFICATIONS:

Liquid Cooled w/ Fan, SOHC

Starting System: Electric w/ Auxiliary Pull

Transmission: Yamaha Ultramatic® V-Belt with all-wheel engine braking / Hi,Lo,Neut.,Rev.,Park

Drive Train: Yamaha On-Command® push button 3-way locking differential, 2WD, 4WD, locked 4WD; Shaft

Suspension/Front: Independent Double Wishbone, 6.3″ w/ 5-way Preload Adjustment

Suspension/Rear: Independent Double Wishbone, 7.1″ w/ 5-way Preload Adjustment

Brakes/Front: Dual Hydraulic Disc

Brakes/Rear: Hydraulic Disc

Fuel Capacity: 4.0 Gallons

Dry Weight: 591 Lbs.

Rack Capacity: 88 Lbs.Fr. / 176 Lbs.Rr.

Towing Capacity: 1,102 Lbs.

Instrumentation: Digital LCD Multi-function display. Speedo, Odometer, Dual Trip, Hour, Clock, Gear Position, & Fuel Gauge

Lighting: Dual 30W Krypton Multi-reflector Headlights & 21/5W Brake light

Dc Outlet:

CONTACT [email protected]

Huntsville, AL

$4,300

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