Hello fellow Kawasaki riders. I am new to this forum and decided to join because I recently successfully rebuilt a Kawasaki Bayou KLF400 4x4 from front to back. This included a complete rebuilt of the top and bottom ends of the motor (including crank, crank case, bearings, seals, rings, valves, etc., rebuilds of the front and rear differentials, carburetor, radiator, front and rear brakes, electrical components, etc, and have learned a lot along the way. I plan to share some of this info with pictures in different post if it will help other KLF400 owners. My first and most important suggestion is to purchase a Clymer manual for the Kawasaki Bayou KLF400. I paid $25 or so for mine new and it is worth it's weight in gold. In my opinion, it is not possible to do a correct and proper rebuild without this manual.