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Howdy y'all. Just bought myself a 2004? Yamaha 400 with electrical Gremlins aplenty. Runs good (after jumping the starter solenoid relay terminals with the helpfully included with the sale pliers) but no fan when my wife's 03 Kodiak 400 had fan and the starter button makes it to the starter solenoid but the ECU side isn't happy. This seems to be a lively forum with manual downloads being supported so hi.
Oh yah, and you can get two Kodiak 400s on a 5x8 trailer... I bought a nice 14' trailer as soon as possible after this.
Just found this site by accident! Just getting into 4 wheels, I had 2 for a while a few years ago and decided to upgrade. I have a 2012 Polaris Sportsman 400 H.O., added a winch and rear lounger and now waiting for delivery on a new bumper. Anyway, I am glad to be here.
Billy went all out and bought N2deep Snorkels, Rubber Down customs Rad kit and Rox speed fx Risers for his Grizzly 700. It took a solid 3 days in the shed to install all this new gear on Billys Yamaha grizzly 700! We cant wait for the next time we get out and go on a run! should be this week actually! gonna be good to get the Yamahas grizzlys and Kodiak together!
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My buddy and I decided to make the easy ride to the summit of Pelican Butte. The majority of the trails are flat graded roads but it is an impressive 3800' verticle climb to the summit.
Ready to go!
Several creek crossings on the way.
Still a little snow on the way up
The cinder in the soil causes the snow to look blood red this time of year.
Great views from the +8000' summit
On the way down we took a trail that has a little mud where we found two guys on sport quads having a tough time. My tire fell into a very deep rut and caused me to slowly roll over and crawl around in the mud.
My buddy and I made a quick morning ride to the top of Stukel Mountain. We unloaded about 10min from the house and headed up the hill. This place has a great mix of everything from high desert, big hill climbs, grassy meadows and great views.
Starting up, looking North toward Hogback and town.
To the North East
Near the very top I almost ran over a grouse and saw a lone doe near the top...she must have been lost.
A view to the North looking over Klamath Falls and the southern end of Klamath Lake.
Looking South to Mnt Shasta
We were above the clouds and once in a while one would blow by.
I took some video and tried to pan around to show what great views are on top. They don't do it justice.
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The clouds cleared a little so I took some more video from the East to North.
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A pair of bad motor scooters!!
We went over a ridge to the East and checked out a few meadows.
A small lake
All in all it was a great ride!
Dave got new paws on his new Sportsman 850XP EPS so we HAD to take it out this morning for it's first real trip. It was about as nice of a spring morning as they come so we decided to attempt the summit of Chase mnt.
Great looking quad!!
One happy camper...can you blame him?
Those Bajacross tires are sick!
Part way up I had to stop and take a few shots. Spring time makes for some good photo ops. Looking back at Topsie where we started.
It wasn't long until we found show. It was SOFT and deep in the drifts.
First trip out and first time stuck, thats what you get for letting a PoPo try to break trail. We need to install the winch.....Grizz to the rescue.
That XP can throw some snow
Enough playing around...follow me.
We made it to the summit.
Great views all around.
Dave texting his wife telling how cool his new ride is.
Great views on the way back down.
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