Everything else you can bundle up easily on, your extremities, aside of course your fingers since it'll take away some freedom of movement.Yea, the grips are most important, but the seat can also be a good investment. Other than that I think you just have to bundle up.
theres no need to try and repurpose grizzley gear for your Kodiak. Yamaha has a full suite of accessories available... https://www.yamaha-motor.ca/products/details.php?model=4668&group=YT&catId=19#aaIs anyone planning to mod their Kodiak 7 for the winter months? Maybe add a snow plow, some tracks heated everything.
Would the Grizzly 700 parts fit the Kodiak?
The kodiak is a different machine then the GRizzley... where did you guys get the idea that you could just share whatever you wanted between the two? Yea they share an engine in different states of tune, but they are unique machines in their own right...I didn't even really think you would have to "repurpose" them for the Kodiak though. I thought they were the same size. Obviously its best to go with the Kodiak ones, but is there really even a difference?
Yeah, I just remained open to the fact there may be some interchangeable parts, although it could be limited.I don't think its unreasonable to think that some parts could be shared between them. It's good to know that's not the case though.