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2014 Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS Camo (26hrs)

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I have my 2014 Yamaha Grizzly 700 EPS Camo up for sale. I bought it at the end of May last year, and I've only put 26 hours and 220 miles on it since owning it. I always washed the wheeler after each ride before storing it, and it has never sat outside, and always garaged in-between uses. I have not used this machine for mudding, only easy trail riding and hunting purposes. It has never been sank into deep water or mud, rolled over, or put through any other type of potentially damaging conditions.

Back in October at 175 miles and 20 hours, I had the machine serviced at my local dealership where they replaced the spark plug, engine oil and filter, gear oil in both differentials, cleaned the air filter element, and adjusted the valves as according to the service schedule once the original 20 hour break-in period was complete. I have the receipt for the completion of this service.

I paid cash for the ATV, so I have the title in hand ready to sign over to the new owner. Only reasons I am selling the vehicle are that hunting season is over, and I plan to move up to a Side by Side for the spring riding season.

The list of modifications is as follows:

-28x12x12 Rear and 28x10x12 Maxxis Zillas
-12x7 STI HD3 Black Wheels
-LED Replacement Headlight Bulbs
-Warn Provantage 3500lb Winch with Synthetic Line, only used once, and never used to secure the vehicle while towing it.
-Canadian Yamaha Over Fenders (Better Looking than the U.S. Version)
-Coleman Gun Rack
-EPI Purple Secondary Clutch Spring
-1.7mm of Shim in Primary Clutch

Included but not pictured:

-Grizzly Full Flow Snorkel Kit - Everything needed to fully snorkel a Grizzly 700, 2 2" Snorkels for both the air intake and CVT, along with snorkel tube mounts, vent lines, modified airbox lid, and instructional DVD to fully water-proof the Grizz. It is a complete 2" kit, which allows more air flow than any other kit. You will not have to adjust or modify the Air to Fuel ratio with this setup if you end up mounting it to the bike. I bought this kit thinking I would keep the Grizz for awhile, and liked the idea of knowing exactly where my intakes were, but never got around to mounting it.

-Quad Boss 50x71" Folding Loading Ramps


Only issue with the whole ATV is pictured above, where I was able to rub off some of the camo while moving a ladder stand over some rough ground for deer season, didn't realize it was happening until I got the stand dropped off.

I am asking $8,500 for the wheeler, ramps, and snorkel kit. I will not separate anything at this time.

As for the trailer, it's just a homemade 5x10, 2" Bull Dog hitch, safety chains, lights, metal grate floor, Heavy Duty 6 Lug Axle, and leaf springs. It could go with the wheeler for the right price. I have never registered it, but most any state will register homemade trailers for next to nothing.

ATV and Trailer located in Little Rock, Arkansas. I could drive to meet you at a reasonable distance. Call or text 501-940-031 TWO for more info. Thanks for looking.
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She sure is purdy! :s_cool: Good luck with the sale!
Thanks Grumpy, it's been a great machine. Not one complaint. I wish could afford to keep it to tag along with a new Side by Side, but I just can't see a way to justify doing so.
She is sold.
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She is sold.
Cool, not at all surprised. Someone got a good deal! :smile2:
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