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  • The all-new Viking is ready to conquer whatever comes its way with our most powerful 686cc, liquid-cooled, fuel injected, SOHC power plant. This newengine delivers strong low-end acceleration and pulls hard through the rpm range to deliver excellent power delivery for getting the job done or when hitting the trails.
  • The Viking features a large-capacity air intake system that improves overall engine performance. The air cleaner box is accessible from inside the cabin for improved serviceability.
  • Ultramatic® transmission with dual-range (Hi/Lo) drive and reverse is the most advanced drive system available. An automatic centrifugal clutch maintains constant belt tension for reduced belt wear and uses a sprag clutch for all-wheel downhill engine braking in 4WD mode and reverse.
  • Industry-exclusive three-position On-Command® 4WD system lets you dial between 2WD, limited-slip 4WD and fully locked differential 4WD.
  • This true 3-passenger machine achieves driver and passenger comfort with a handhold, padded head rests, and 3-point seat belts for all riders. The superior seating position, adjustable driver’s seat, and the middle seat set back 5 degrees, provide unmatched comfort that all riders will appreciate. Yamaha’s proven electric power steering technology further reduces fatigue and strain on the driver.
  • The chassis design includes a convenient pass-through floor for greater ease of on-board movement, making it possible to enter and exit the vehicle from either side. The rear cargo bed is made of steel and is designed for maximum load capacity.
 

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Adjustable Driver Seat? Huh, I must have missed that one. I don't think mine adjusts.
 

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The drivers seat "adjusts" by unbolting it and choosing bolt holes that move it forward or back.


Or you can spring for the 300$ adjustable setup off ebay..
 

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yeah, they made it sound so simple, like it was adjustable like a car seat, but they failed to mention you have to freakin' unbolt the darn thing..
 

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bait and switch!!!
 

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Go on Amazon and search Polaris seat sliders, I installed those on ours and they work great,wife needed it moved every time she drove then I had to change it back, pain in ass . No issues now and you just need to drill some new holes in slider bracket
 

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The drivers seat "adjusts" by unbolting it and choosing bolt holes that move it forward or back.


Or you can spring for the 300$ adjustable setup off ebay..
Good Googly-Moogly, I never noticed that before. LMAO!
 

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I'm frankly surprised that anyone really feels they need to pull the seat forward. The Viking has good legroom but still, it's not like a '71 Buick LeSabre Convertible.

Yea, it's fine for me, but my wife would like it a bit further forward. I also kind of like the idea of the seat being a little higher. I think that'd be good.
 

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Yea, it's fine for me, but my wife would like it a bit further forward. I also kind of like the idea of the seat being a little higher. I think that'd be good.


Easier for the kids too.


Sent from under a mesquite tree while sipping on cholla juice.
 
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