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04 Arctic Cat Mountain Cat 600 153x2.25"


Well-known member
Nov 26, 2007
NW Montana
04 Arctic Cat Mountain Cat 600 EFI 153" challenger track 2-1/4" paddles. 1698 easy original miles. Two time wife sled. Bought off of a friend who was the original owner and did all the suspension/ clutch work. Engine is bone stock never been opened up and always properly warmed up. Slp can. Coolant temp gauge. Suspension is from a 900 Cat with custom drop brackets that add more suspension travel. Drive axle is a 1.25" upgrade from a 900 cat for more strength. Chain case has been geared down to accommodate the longer track. Has a boss seat, M7 skis, gold finger left hand throttle, 2" bar riser, tank jacket, tether, and ice scratchers. I'm sure there's more I'm just forgetting. Very clean sled and well maintained. Power valves were cleaned and adjusted at the start of the season. Always hauled in an enclosed trlr or stored inside since new.
Sled has had an easy life and it shows with lots of life left on it.

Title in hand. $2300 OBO cash only open to trades for dirt bikes like 125 or 250 two strokes.
Email, text or call MT area code 26O-six 9 three 6

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