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Replacement fender

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So I kind of got a brach wedged in the front wheel well and ended up busting the front fender. Its cracked by where your right knee would be and needs to be replaced.

Its a 95 yam kodiak 400 in yellow. The new fender is about $300, but I would like to find a used or salvaged one if I can. I have done a fair amount of searching online and havent found anything yet.

Could anyone point me in the right direction? Thanks.

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google ATV Salvage,MN-just like that and the first two links might get you somewhere, ive dealt w/ harlan before and man does he have stuff there!!! it doesnt list any ATV stuff on his HSOforum but ive been there and know he has ATV stuff at the salvage yard...hope this helps

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Check out babbitts online. You can find the exact part you need and for cheaper than the dealer.

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call harlan. but seems like every thing he has is $100 he likes round numbers I guess.

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or, you could drill holes on both sides of the crack about an inch apart and cross zip-ties through the holes making a line of X's that looks like stitches on a big wound! I've done that and it's lasted for several years.

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Some body shops have the ability to weld plastic bumpers and such. Only certain types of plastics can be welded but it is something to check into if you are not too worried about the cosmetics.

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