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Arctic Cat ATV Forum

Posts about Arctic Cat atv models and manufacturer specific topics.

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  1. 2005 Arctic Cat 250 2x4 Gas leak

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  2. Arctic Cat Bearcat 454 1996

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    • My 86 kx80 was bought new. I still have all the papers. Last count was 25 rebuilds on oem everything. Runs like a dream when I put the new piston and rings in. That’s a spring project. But yeah. Maitenence. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk My 86 kx80 was bought new. I still have all the papers. Last count was 25 rebuilds on oem everything. Runs like a dream when I put the new piston and rings in. That’s a spring project. But yeah. Maitenence. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    • I  know of some  from  the  days of the  early  1980's 3 wheel ATVs still going strong .  As Freedomflyer says , maintenance  is the key.
    • Ahhh and hence the name @mikeexplorer!! Cool page of artifacts, i like the long shackle. The people that handled it are long gone and if that or half of the things you found could talk!  Great stuff there.  

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