theteacher

New Guy, Old Rider

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Hello All, The KYRider site I was a member of for years has shut down. So, here I am. I currently own a 450 Kodiak with several mods and some yet to be installed. Tomorrow, I will look at a Blaster thats in great shape. It starts and runs great. However, It will not go into gear. Im pretty sure I can fix this relatively cheap. I have not priced Blasters in years but the asking price is $600 firm. Is this reasonable? Thanks,

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Hello and welcome to QC !!

Sounds like a pretty good deal to me ...

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The area I live you cant get anything for under $800 whether it is running or not.

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Thanks fellas. If I purchase Ill post a pic

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