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post #1 of 224 Old 01-27-2016, 03:00 PM Thread Starter
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Lightbulb What Did You Do To Your Kodiak 700 Today?

Share what you did today with the Kodiak 700 community!

Example: Installed new tires and went out for a ride around the trails.

Example: Took the kodiak out for a nice mud bath!

Example: Finally got around to installing the LED light bar. The winch has been shipped now just playing the waiting game.

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post #2 of 224 Old 01-27-2016, 05:38 PM
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I rode the Kodiak 700 to the mailbox, also rode it to feed and water a group of replacement heifers.

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Picked it up and brought it home yesterday rode around field a couple of times......today looked at it figuring where to mount GPS and if/when to change clutch weights to give it some pick up.
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Picked it up and brought it home yesterday rode around field a couple of times......today looked at it figuring where to mount GPS and if/when to change clutch weights to give it some pick up.
Did you happen to find an ideal spot to mount a GPS or what?



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post #5 of 224 Old 01-28-2016, 10:03 PM
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Looking at the right handle bar or really liking a mount on the front rack on the rear slanted bar. Normally carry fuel can or gear bag on front rack. Should be able to angle it back some and being 6'4 I have no problem looking over the handlebars. Saw robval1987's post about the LED light bar, now wondering about adding one of those sometime. Going to WV the end of March so still have some time.....

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I'm really liking the idea of having it mounted on the right handle bar when visualizing it, for someone 5'11 like myself with the height it'll be mounted, quick glances will be easy:





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post #7 of 224 Old 01-29-2016, 08:49 PM
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That is true and if you have the headlight pod it would block the view, I have the base model with no pod so a little more open view of the front rack.
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Would be nice to see some pics of the GPS installed on said right side.
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post #9 of 224 Old 01-31-2016, 09:12 PM
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I took mine through the snow mud,over shrubs between trees with almost no space,through ditches,frozing ponds, through the mud, blazed new trails and she never let me down not even one time! Always had the power to get out lol..

Sry no upgrades yet I'm thinking about the changing the clutch weights though!
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post #10 of 224 Old 02-14-2016, 07:28 AM
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I took off a total of 7 warning stickers (not the riveted on warnings) and the big kodiak stickers. New wheels and tires and then went slashing on my lake. We have 18 inches of ice but 8 to 10 inches of snow on top with lots of slush. Otherwise just driving around casually trying to believe in.
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