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Arctic Cat UTV SxS Forum

This is for all of you Arctic Cat UTV, SxS (Side by Side) owners. Discussions about Arctic Cat specific topics including the Arctic Cat Prowler, Wildcat, Wildcat Sport, Wildcat Trail, Wildcat X, and all sub models. 

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  1. Artic Cat Parts

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  2. Wildcat

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  3. Second Battery

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  4. New Toy Project

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  5. Arctic Cat at Sema

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  6. Amazed

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  7. Finally Done

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  8. Come On People!!!!

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  • Latest Posts

    • I have a Joyner cammando 650cc but I need a spiral bevel gear rear and pinion. I'm unable to locate any. Mine is stripped and only front wheel pull  do you know where I can get one?
    • Glad to see theres some more out there when i was looking for mine it seemed like it was a hard to come by item, joyner told me the one i bought was the only one they had left.
    • The YouTube video says the top of line configuration for this ride is about $62,000.
    • UPDATE: I've been so dang busy lately, i finally got a couple of hours to work on the jacka$$... i mean Mule..😉 Got the rod bolts torqued, pulled off the oil pump/tang installed the cam and timed it it to the crank, put the cover on, and for those who dont know or remember the ordeal with the crankshaft and cover: There is a  shim between the crankcase cover and the crankgear, this helps control the end play, or side to side movement of the crank. anyway, the first time i installed the cover the crankshaft would not spin by hand (according to the manual its supposed too)  so i measure all the clearances  (according to the manual instructions) and came up with the correct size shim. so back to TODAY.  I installed the new  shim (VERY easy)  slid the cover on, put the new bolts in, torqued them and the moment of truth,  the crankshaft spun by hand,which is what i was looking for!  So now all i need to do  is install the head and set the valve clearance. and for anyone else rebuilding any engine,  i do not recommend using Permatex  assembly lube, it is  very slick and not tacky, it runs of the parts easily, so i bought some Lucas lube, and it's slick, but tacky enough it held onto the  surfaces. https://www.amazon.com/Lucas-Oil-10152-Assembly-Lube/dp/B000WJ3M6I  


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