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2004 Arctic Cat 400 **SOLD**

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2004 Arctic Cat 400 4X4 Manual Trans.

Warn Winch

Moose straight blade plow for the front

One set of new tire chains for the rear tires.

Auger rack.

I bought this unit new and have put about 300 miles on it. It is in great condition, no body damage and no tears in the seat. It is a great runner and starts on even the coldest days.

There is a small picture in my avitar and I should have better pictures tomorrow.

Located SW of Owatonna

E-mail: arbjr@smig.net

$3,800.00 OBO

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If you dont post pics please email to cboedecker"@"gmail.com

Also email me directions if you dont mind me stopping by for a look.

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E-mail sent.

No pics yet, but sent contact info, give me a call when ya want to stop by. I will send pics when I get them.

Thanks

Andy

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E-mail sent w/pics

Andy

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Showtime, you have mail.

Thanks

Andy

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pics sent.

Thanks

Andy

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Photos added.

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4-Wheeler has been sold to LaZyDayZ

Thank you sir.

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