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Just picked a brand new 2008 Arctic Cat 400 4x4 ATV a couple days ago.

Its got 2/4WD with front diff lock, 2" receiver hitch, 12" of ground clearance. 5 speed semi auto (no clutch) w/ Hi/Low gearing and also reverse. Also added a 3,000lb winch.

I bought an arctic cat 90 when I was 12 with money from a sunday paper route. Finally got enough money for a new one. Picked it up for a steal because it was left over from 08'. I guess no one likes the the 5 speed anymore. Everyone wants the automatic. But hell I love the 5 speed and it has its advantages in really rocky and muddy terrain. Which is all I ride in.

some pics: some how my family and dog managed to get into all the pics...

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Awesome! What was the prcie if you don't mind me asking...Congrats! Are we gonna see some pics of the first ride?

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Awesome! What was the prcie if you don't mind me asking...Congrats! Are we gonna see some pics of the first ride?

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And yes Ill get some pics up after the first ride!! which will hopefully be tomorrow

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CONGRATS!!!!!!!!!! Nothin like owning a NEW MACHINE!!!!!!!!!! Hope you get many yrs of problem Free Riding:wink:

I hope so too...my uncle had an older 400 like the one in my avatar. I pretty much borrowed that when ever I pleased and never had problems

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You will love the Arctic Cat. I have had two of them and never had any problems, except when I flipped my 700 end over end down Little Black Mountain in Ky. Rider error, not the Cats fault. I have some friends who have two AC400's and they love them, no problems from either and they have some miles on them. Congrats. on the new ride, it's a beauty.

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