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That's right, 4 clutches in 380 miles. After changing the gearing, springs, and weights the damn thing is still eating clutches and belts. The total now is 4 clutches and 12 belts. Although my dealer has been really helpful, I am very discouraged from EVER buying another Arctic Cat. I've rode Polaris before and have never had any problems. My sled is currently residing, once again, at the dealers. I am debating whether or not I should use my right to a lemon law, which in Alaska is three strikes and your out. But since not too many people seem to be having the same kind of problems, I may have just gotten a bad sled. The only possible reason I could see why I am going through so many clutches and belts is because I think the primary clutch shaft is warped causing the primary clutch to wobble, creating heat from the belt. If this is the case they will have to replace the entire engine, according to the mechanic at my shop.

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yeah I thinks I just got a bad sled.
 
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