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Papa Woodie

07 Arctic Cat 650 H1 LE Camo W Winch/60" Plow/Chains/Warmers

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Papa Woodie

I have for sale an Arctic Cat Wheeler for sale.

Reach me @ 218-349-0800 or Casey@50below.com with any questions.

Details:

2007 4x4 650 H1 LE

Camo in Color

Rear Wheel Chains

Front Bumper

Warn 2500 Winch

60" Arctic Cat Plow

Hand/Thumb Warmers

55W external Arctic Cat brand lights for extra lighting

Bumer to Bumper Warranty ($50 deductible) till 8/2009

Registered until Dec 2008 in Minnesota

480 Miles

I bought discounted price of $7699 Before Accessories

Sale Price: $7,000 OBO

Here are some specs:

MANUFACTURER Arctic Cat

MODEL YEAR 2007

MODEL 650 H1 4x4 Automatic LE

ENGINE SOHC 4-stroke 4-valve

DISPLACEMENT 641 cc

BORE X STROKE 98 x 85 mm

COOLING Liquid w/ fan

TRANSMISSION Automatic CVT w/ EBS

FINAL DRIVE 2 / 4 WD + diff lock

ALTERNATOR 25 Amps

SUSPENSION Front and Rear: Double A-arm; 10 in. travel

BRAKES Front and Rear: Hydraulic disc

TIRES Front: 25 x 8-12

Rear: 25 x 10-12

LENGTH 84 in.

WIDTH 47 in.

HEIGHT 49 in.

WHEELBASE 50 in.

GROUND CLEARANCE 12 in.

DRY WEIGHT 703 lbs.

FUEL CAPACITY 6.5 gal. (24.6 l)

LOAD CAPACITY Front: 100 lbs.

Rear: 200 lbs.

TOWING CAPACITY 1,050 lbs.

Pictures to follow:

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Ryan_V

that is a nice looking machine!!! I bought an 07 700 le and love it!! good luch getting rid of it, cats are great machines!!!

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Meat-Run

To bad I bought a wheeler earlier this winter but this is allot of stuff for a good price your offering. You shouldn't have a problem selling this, just wish I was in the market.

Nice wheeler.

mr

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Papa Woodie

IT honestly is an amazing machine. Payments are catching up on my and want to keep myself afloat!

It pulls my 16' Tracker boat around with ease, launches it on steep ramps, plows snow deeper than the plow is tall with ease, and has real good power to the machine for gravel roads during hunting season. I have pulled large ice houses on the ice with it. Honestly everything you could want in a machine!

I assume with the price, it will go super soon. Camo is a hard one to find (it was for me)...but...being the sportsman, the extra 300$ for camo color seemed well worth it!

I may add, i took off the wire cable on the winch, and put on synthetic rope. The claims are it is 50% stronger than the cable that comes on them. I believe it. No cut fingers on stray wires, and easy to handle/work with.

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Papa Woodie

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Papa Woodie

I will entertain offers!

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sid0120

This might be a dumb question but I noticed you decided to go with the different fairlane on the winch when you put the synthetic on there any particular reason why you didn't go with the roller style? The reason I'm asking is mine just snapped today and I am trying to decide which to go with.

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Papa Woodie

You are right! I switched out the roller fairlead. Only reason: Recommended. Reason: The older roller fairlead i had was a bit "chewed" up from the wire coming through, and it was said to replace it, so the knocks etc wouldn't tear into the nylon rope, causing the new rope to fray etc.

If you have any other questions, please let me know!

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sid0120

What made you decide to go with the flat one rather than the roller style again?

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Papa Woodie

Only reason: The flat one came with the new rope when I bought it. Package deal.

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