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1996 Kodiak 400 Before and After Pics


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I thought I would share some Before and After photos of my 1996 Kodiak 400 4x4

My son in law gave us his quad as he got another one and this one has been sitting outside for a couple of years. A horse chewed on the seat, the tires were flat, and it was in bad shape but he said the last time he had it running it ran great.

I rebuilt the carb, cleaned the gas tanks, lubed up the cables and parts and alot of cleaning in general.

I painted the quad all black so if I have to touch it up it wont be hard to do. I just used Flat Black paint. I did rough up the plastic before I painted it. Next I want to paint the wheels black too.

Notice the snow plow has a dent in it at the top? A local ATV shop got in a totaled ATV and they gave me the plow because they didnt want to sell it with the dent. It came with the Push Tubes. We fabricated the mounting parts.

If you want to see pics, click on this link.

https://plus.google.com/photos/108172520188382569353/albums/5845177979150585825?authkey=CNPH-ebjzKOkEA

Thanks for looking!

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