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Kodiak 400 Battery?


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Hey guy's, is there another option for a battery for my 95' Yamaha Kodiak 400 other than buying the one from Yamaha? Seems kinda spendy and I'm just wondering if I could get something else to save a few bucks or should I just go through Yamaha? Thanks. P.S. It's been a great machine!

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Kind of a sticker shock ....Huh ??!!
When I replaced the battery in my Big Bear last fall I was amazed at the cost ....I think I paid around $70 at Fleet Farm and didn't get any warranty. I've never paid more than $40 for large motor cycle batteries, or probably $75 for a truck battery even.......
I bit the bullet and paid the price at FF. I think it was maybe 10 or 15 bucks cheaper than a Yamaha dealer wanted.
Don't know the reason for the high cost....just knew I didn't want to have to pull that Bear over by hand on the ice this winter !!

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If your in the cities, call around.
When I was having starter trouble awhile back, I took my battery in to have it checked out. AA Battery Co. in Mpls.
He told me it would be 35-40 bucks to replace a battery for my Polaris.
Good Luck...

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Try battery city off Marshal in NE Minneapolis also.I work right by them and have purchaced many trolling motor batteries from them.They know their stuff on batteries.They were pretty reasonable on prices to, I got a discount because I work so close to them but they were cheaper than Gander for a large deep cell.

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I saw and add in one of the magazines for ATV'S that was advertising batteries really cheap.I think it was around $29.00, I will locat the add tomorrow.Then let you know the price,mag name and add info.

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Double....If you haven't got a battery as of yet call Butch @ S&S racing in Spicer he gets the aftermarket products. I have had very good luck with him.
Good Luck



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