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Thread: Looking for used atv

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    I've got an 06 Kodiak 450 I've had for 12 years and all I've done is oils changed and break pads. It plows snow and rides year round. Bought a used Cat 4-5 years ago, and the whole electrical system melted 2 weeks after I bought it. It was sold for parts for $400. Bought my wife a brand new CanAm in 2018, it's been back to the dealer 4 times for an oil leak at the crankcase seal. All warrenty'd , but missed a lot of prime weekends due to it. My 11 yr old is getting my kodiak this yr as he's outgrown his 90, and I'll be purchasing either another Kodiak, or possibly try a sxs.
    This isn't a test run................Enjoy er'.......

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    The reality of the situation is that if you buy a used quad that wasn't looked after, it's going to be a headache. I've ridden with guys that wonder why their bike wouldn't idle half way through a ride. I would pull out the dipstick and it would be bone dry. Its amazing how many people think you don't need to change oils in their toys.

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    Agreed you can find old machines that have been looked after and will work like a top. I have a 95 honda 300 that my dad bought new. Service it every fall and it never misses a beat.On other hand you can have a newer model and not worth looking at as they have been mistreated but look great.

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    Looking at 2013 cat 500 with 400km.


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    No diff lock on this model. Will it still be capable in 4x4?


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    Quote Originally Posted by boddah View Post
    No diff lock on this model. Will it still be capable in 4x4?


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    For general getting around the property and trail riding you would be fine.

    For breaking trail in deep snow and getting out of a mud hole diff lock is a must.

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    If you are looking at a arctic cat google reviews for it and join the arctic cat forum ask questions those guys know there stuff google any bike for that matter .

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    Contacted a shop about a 2003 Kodiak for sale that came up yesterday in mint, it was still available this morning. I emailed them to say I was coming down today after lunch.

    They contacted me an hour ago already sold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    Contacted a shop about a 2003 Kodiak for sale that came up yesterday in mint, it was still available this morning. I emailed them to say I was coming down today after lunch.

    They contacted me an hour ago already sold.
    Sounds like me. I’ve had 2 sell with no notice. Set up a time in the morning and they don’t respond back and find ad deleted in afternoon.


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    Must be a prime buying time for atvs right now. I'm looking at a Can am outlander 1000r and had multiple dealers say they sold a few bikes this week. Might have to wait for a 2021

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