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Sergeant Slabber

Sled repair

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I'm looking for any reference for a company or private party that does snowmobile repair near the west metro(EP)area. I'm in need of a clutch replacement on an older Cat. If you know of a place, or person that does it on the side, let me know. Thanks! JNAPAULSEN@MSN.COM

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If you are just replacing a clutch (take off old put on new...) its about as simple a job as you can get. Anyone with a clutch puller can do it in about 10 minutes.

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I don't have a clutch puller, and I don't have the slightest idea where to find a clutch for it, especially a good used one. I've priced out a new one being put in at a dealer...ouch! It's for a 94 Arctic Cat WildCat. Any ideas or suggestions are welcome. Thanks a ton!

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There's a place in Victoria off HWY 5. All Powersports.

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