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    Spooge

  2. the last thing I wanted to do was snap pictures in that situation hahaha, but I did take a pic after I got home...
  3. I was able to make and install these snorkels in one day so its not a very difficult project and yes you do want to extend your vent lines so you dont get water in your brakes (first line) or in your differential (second line) and mixed in with the diff fluid
  4. I would worry less about miles/hours and start shopping by owner-look for someone who maintained it well, stored it inside and if its not all cut up and rusty, chances are its a good quad. ATVs are pretty much bullet proof and there isnt a whole lot to go wrong with them plus they are reletively easy to repair. just look for the obvious signs of abuse and buy from someone who treated it well and maintained it
  5. If I were you I would by a Hanes repair manual for your quad, when I had my ATV I had one and it was a life-saver any time anything would go wrong or needed repaired, or even tuned up!
  6. Before: After: (Winch, Mudlites, Bedlined racks, black Fender Flares, Snorkels and a lot of other sh!t)
  7. kawasaki makes crappy ute quads
  8. Go to harbor freight and get one for $50... I did and it lasted me a winter of plowing and 5 recoveries (one completely submerged) plus various other uses and is still going strong
  9. I hope the 20 amp wasnt for the winch, my 2000lb winch recomends a 150 amp fuse. Also, check to make sure your cables are tightly screwed onto the batterie and that you have a good ground cable. Mine did the exact same thing, certain electronics would work but when I tried to use the starter or winch (something that draws a lot of amps) I would get a click click click like you described. It was all because my wires were not bolted onto the batterie tight enough
  10. haha I was hoping someone would catch on eventually
  11. I used duplicolor spray-on and it has held up very well. If I was to do a larger portion I would probably use the roll-on though
  12. I havent personally used paint on bedliner but I immagine it would be better because you could get it thicker and still have the texture, you want it to be thicker on plasic. Just degrease/clean the plastic then sand it down, you can use a pretty rough grit with bedliner because it is textured so sanding smooth is not important. Plus the rougher sand will hold on to the bedliner a lot better!
  13. i dont think anything in a can will ever work right for body plastic... it may be good for a chair but you need some better stuff for a quad

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