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Just picked up a 2003 Yamaha Kodiak 450 ATV. Doesn't run and it's been sitting out in a field for a while faded bodywork, seat's a mess, dead but it rolled so I figured for $100 what the hell, SOLD! I have no idea what could be wrong with it, first thing I guess is hook up a battery and see what happens. I'll likely be back here with questions for the forums collective experience. Live in the Santa Cruz Mts and sure could use a little work horse like this quad to haul stuff up and down my steep property. Thanks in advance.
Hope you all have a great Thanksgiving!
Just joined about a week ago since i recently bought a 2001 Yamaha Big Bear 400 4x4
We have also had a 2000 Honda Recon for about 10 years
Live in southeast Geriga and use them mostly on the property as work horses and the kids and grandkids to ride
I am sure i will have lots of questions of maintenance and upgrades,,,
looks like a great place for it!
"Wolf" in North Idaho, Ulfthednar to all ya'll heathens out there.
New to ATVs but not real new to life.
Just picked up a 2022 CFMoto CForce 800XC.
I've been wrenching on my own vehicles since my first bicycle fifty years ago.
I have found in the long run that the brand name in most cases has less to do with than the idiot wielding the wrench.
Built up several trucks, built my 80 80 FLH Electra Glide out of milk crates, wrenched on a lot of other stuff in between.
Ive even Trail road my 73 shovel in places that would give a kid with a BMX second thoughts.
Anyway, Ive wanted an ATV for awhile and its already handy around the house and a lot of fun out on the trails.
From a point of view of working on things for quite awhile . . I am not disappointed in the least yet.
Not with ATV riding or the machine . . .
My back yard runs up to about an 8 or 9 pitch (for ya carpenters out there) and rips right up it.
This thing pulls hills and handles pretty damn good once you get the drifties going.
Its close to 1,000 lbs so I dont really see it as a jumping machine, but it handled a pretty good bunch of whoopties out on an MX/ATV trail.
Once I got the timing down of the machine it was a sheer blast.
Id have more pics of that day, but every time I stopped the bald face wasps tried to jack my machine and lunch.
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