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Yam. Kodiak 400 front-end assy.

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Does anyone know where I can find a schematic(sp) or exploded view drawing for the front-end assembly(bearings, etc.) of a Yamaha Kodiak 400? It would really(and I mean REALLY) help a buddy of mine put this thing back together. Or should he just bring the bucket of parts in to the local repair shop? LOL

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HEC, I won't be back in MN until Fri. but post again or bump this up. A couple of us just west of you about 25 miles have Kod. 400's (95's I think). Anyway we purchased the shop manual and would be willing to help you out if possible. I won't be at a computer until Fri. some time but I'll check then and we'll get you fixed up!! Later.

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Thanks for the offer dUc...we got ahold of a manual yesterday...should have it 'wheelin' by tonite.

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