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what ya sellin for boot? you just put new tires on that didn't ya?
 

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Ben,

Yea, they're not that old, still like new. I simply don't ride it anymore.


I have the itch to get another motorcycle... probably a street/trail bike so I might get one of those. At one time a day I did ALOT of atving but mostly with my first two atv's. The Arctic Cat was mostly ridden around the house on the local farms.
 

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I might as well just post here to.


This is my pride and joy 2004 Arctic Cat atv. I bought it new in 2004 and it has treated me very well. Unfortunately the last couple of years it has hardly been ridden. When I first bought it I did alot of trail riding on the state trail systems but my riding crew doesn't ride anymore.

I'd like to keep it and get a new motorcycle but the finances won't support both so I'm gonna let her go to be of good use to somebody else.

About a year or two ago I added the 26" ITP 589 tires and they are like brand new. Other add ons are the hand guards, the rear mounted tool box, a 2000 lb warn winch, heavy guage steel front brush guard, rear double tube bumper and a 4' Cycle country plow.

The fluids have been changed regularly and it has been garage kept the entire time. Don't get me wrong I have used this machine for fun, to plow snow, and chores around home and camp BUT, it has not been abused!

If you are interested the asking price is $4200. Sorry I'm not interested in any trades.

Thanks, bootmud









 
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