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satnu

****SOLD**********1990 ArcticCat JAG AFS $500

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UPDATE I did a little more wrenchin and FINALLY got it running. I think the ground was bad. Still could use some tweaking but it RUNS!

1990 ArcticCat JAG AFS. 440 motor. Electric Start 3290 miles.

$500 Firm

I am selling my "shack hauler". I only used this to haul my Otter Lodge ice fishing. It sat inside for the last two years due to a move and I bought a new sled for trail riding. This December, I started it and it ran but had a low end bog. Now I can't get it to "pop". I just don't have the time and effort to get this sled running.

I rebuilt and cleaned both the carb and fuel pump. I also replaced the fuel lines and plugs. Stator and CDI checked out OK voltage wise. Starter is strong and cranks hard. If you are handy, this is a great sled for hauling your shack. It pulled strong when it ran.

It has a new seat on it and it is PERFECT. New battery January-08 (electric start) Track is ok. Plastic ski skins, new wear bars and after market TALL windshield from Dennis Kirk . New rear shocks 3 years ago.

Cover included

Tank Bag w/map window

Tow rings installed on bumper

OFFICIAL Arctic Cat service manual (Prowler and AFS models)

Clymers service manual (90-98 sleds)

I can help with delivery within reason. I am in Burnsville (Cliff and Cedar)

I have a PDF with this info and pictures! I will forward PDF to address's given here.

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JAR JAR

pic s please

jwicklund at manionswholesale dot com

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 Originally Posted By: JAR JAR
pic s please

jwicklund at manionswholesale dot com

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pics please to dchristianson@arcticcatinc.com

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 Originally Posted By: ib_jigged
pics please to dchristianson@arcticcatinc.com

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Pics please.

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 Originally Posted By: Northlander
Pics please.

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I didnt get any pics yet. My e-mail is below of course.

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 Originally Posted By: Northlander
I didnt get any pics yet. My e-mail is below of course.

Looks as though AOL blocked it. I sent them at 10:35PM Monday according to my sent box.

Subject: 90 Jag AFS

From: XXXXX@iphouse.com

Date: Mon, February 25, 2008 10:32 pm

To: WALLEYES4ME32@aol.com

I'll send again.

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Sent!

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Ok I see the problem. I just got my computer back and my wife had put up a E-mail not available deal on our e-mail. I will have her clear it.

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UPDATE I did a little more wrenchin and FINALLY got it running. I think the ground was bad. Still could use some tweaking but it RUNS!

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Pics to me too, satnu. E-mail in sig below.

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 Originally Posted By: stfcatfish
Pics to me too, satnu. E-mail in sig below.

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