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New here and have a question.

I have a 2009 Arctic Cat Prowler 1000, I am wondering if other year engines will work on the 09? Looking at part numbers the engine has the same part number for 09 and 10, then 11 to I believe 15 have a different part number.  When looking at rebuilt engines some one stated  that theirs would fit Prowler 1000 09-15. So I thought I would ask.    Thanks in advance

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Surely as long as the numbers are the same it should fit.

You might also verify crankshaft diameter, and mounting bolt pattern.

 

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