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Caper

1999 Big Bear A-arm

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Will a lower a-arm from a 1997 350 big bear fit a 1999? I tried ordering a kimpex after market a-arm for my bike but they only list up to a 97.Is there any difference in the front end of these two Atvs.

Thanks Caper.

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