The way my cables are fastened to the frame, I don't see how they could NOT rub the airbox. Can someone (who's cables don't rub) please post a picture of how/where the cables are attached to the frame?
After reading this post, I went out to the garage and checked mine. They too were rubbing. I ended up putting some rubber hose over the cable from the eyelet mount into the frame to just beyond the rubbing point on the airbox. Should be fine now.
You can also loosen the bolt/screws and turn the eyeletes outward to help minimize the rubbing, but I feel that putting the rubber hose over the cables is a better fix.....
is cat offering to fix this rope problem, how many pulls untill it breaks,
has anyone ever noticed when you go to a arctic cat dealer in any of the snow hot spots the dealers will no fix anything under warranty
in munising, mi their a.c. dealer never will fix anything under warranty, even on sled with 10 miles on it,
well heres my theory, they take your cash for the repair, write down your serial # and turn hours into cat,
for warrranty(i call this double dipping)
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