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I am researching the aftermarket gauges to install on my base Kodiak.
Does anybody know what is the ID of the radiator hose? The engine temperature sensor is inserted in one of those hoses and I need to mach the sensor barbs with the ID of the hose.

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I like the Vapor too, I think that's the one I'm going to get. The part number and kit I was given is 752-2010 and that's supposed to fit the Grizzly 700.

Just lookin - did you installed it yet? have any pics ? The temperature sensor that comes with that kit fits a 19 mm ID hose; and the other unknown is the speed sensor mounting location have you figured something out?
 

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I installed the speed sensor on the left wheel shield. I remove one bolt out of the rotor and replaced it with the magnetic bolt. I will try and get some pics up tomorrow. I didn't look for a ID on the hose, just got the diameter.

Have you done anything with your wheels and tires?
 

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I don't intend to upgrade the tires/rims at least for now.I was happy with how it handled in deep wet snow with the stock tires and I don't know if I'll be getting into any deep mud in my riding. I have just installed the 2500 lbs Warn winch though just for that time when get stuck :)
 

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radiator hose heater

I'm not positive but I believe the lower radiator hose on my 2017 is 19mm.

Will I be able to place a 1"(24.5mm) engine heater into the 19mm ID lower radiator hose? I'm not sure how much "give" the lower radiator hose has?
Also, can someone confirm the 19mm ID for a 2017.
Many thanks.

I have a 2017 Kodiak 700
 
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