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  1. the springs are highlifter springs and after installing them i put my stock wheels back on and parked it next to my buddys stock 06 kq 700 and its only about an inch taller but is definatly a much nicer stiffer ride. as far as any other aftermarket parts it was just misc stuff like hand gaurds, HID headlights, and moose alluminum skid plates but nothing that would have any mechanical effect on anything ive gone up and down the 4wd electronics and im not seeing anything that may have come unpluged, pinched or shorted out in any way. Ive heard other people on different quads have similar issue
  2. yea thats kinda what i suspected with the oil but it was just weird how it didnt do it untill i changed the oil as far as the 4wd, ive traced everything, all plugs are where there supposed to be, pulled all of them apart and cleaned them and put in some die electric grease, pulled apart the switch box on the throttle and made sure it was all in tact and cleaned, unplugged the battery, tested power coming to and from the relay and everything seems to be doing what it should, i just dont know much about the difs on these and dont want to start pulling that apart unless ive got some advice to g
  3. OK i had an 05 king quad 700 up untill last year, i owned it for 3 years and it was the best machine i ever owned. i sold it only because i was buying a house and needed the money to put down, after getting settled in and finances back in order i had to go buy another one. unfourtinatly i jumped on the first " Good Deal " i came across and man im paying for it. bought an 07 king quad 700 with 1300 miles on it, came with a plow, winch and a nice wheel kit for $3,500. i jumped on it took it for a test ride and mechanicly everything seemed good, cosmeticly it is pretty scratched and you could tel

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