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Reviewer: lee
From: reed city, Michigan, United States
Date: 12/22/2007
Rider Height: 6' 1"
Rider Weight: 235
Miles/Hours: 700 miles
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2007 Arctic Cat 650 H1 4x4 Automatic TBX

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-- Trouble at first --
I bought my TBX in March of Ď07. It would not start the 2nd day. The dealer serviced it. One week later it had the same problem. The dealer serviced it again. After the third time in, the dealer replaced the complete wiring harness. The dealer was GREAT through 2 months of problems. Artic Cat after the sale did not return my calls or emails. And this is my 3rd Arctic Cat I have bought. I am glad my dealer stuck by me. I have not had any problems since. I put 26 inch Maxxis Big Horns on it. It plows snow great. And itís good for firewood too. I have had Polaris and Kawasaki too and now would never have anything but Cat.
26 inch Maxxis Big Horn tires, Warn winch, quick attach windshield, quick attach basket, 54 inch Eagle snow plow, thumb assist and camo plastic upgrade.

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