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Designed for farmers, foresters and industrial users who need a tough utility vehicle for hard work in extreme conditions, here you'll see pictures of the Kodiak 700 doing what it does best








 

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Plenty of uses for this. Great for taking care of a bigger property.
It should even do well with a plow, but I doubt we'll see that anytime soon. Once winter gets ready to roll around, then we should be seeing more of that.
 

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Are there a bunch of hunting accessories you can get too? It's not just plows?

Seems like it can haul a reasonable weight of stuff behind it too which is great.
 

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Are there a bunch of hunting accessories you can get too? It's not just plows?

Seems like it can haul a reasonable weight of stuff behind it too which is great.
There should be considering hunters will make up a good portion of the overall buyers, whether that be directly from Yamaha or aftermarket companies.

Look at the accessories list from Yamaha for what ever Kodiak accessories would interest you.
 

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Around 700cc would help you haul most game you've hunted unless you manage to get a moose.
Even then it might be a matter of gradually increasing throttle and sticking to mainly level enough terrain, anything with too much of an incline or decline and you might be in a bit of trouble.
 

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Going on a decline shouldn't be too hard on the front disc brakes if you do happen to go faster than you would have like but I haven't tested this out with a large load so I wouldn't know for sure how well the Kodiak would handle on both with a large load.
 

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Going on a decline shouldn't be too hard on the front disc brakes if you do happen to go faster than you would have like but I haven't tested this out with a large load so I wouldn't know for sure how well the Kodiak would handle on both with a large load.
And then they have the rear sealed brake which helps when coming out of a puddle, much like what's seen in the promotional videos and pictures seen.
 
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