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post #1 of 5 Old 12-05-2010, 08:10 PM Thread Starter
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glue for magneto

got a 400 arctic cat that the magnets came of the magneto. is there any kind of glue to put them back on with? Do any members on here know if there is a recall on these bikes for this problem?
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post #2 of 5 Old 12-05-2010, 09:26 PM
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what year is yours? Arctic Cat will good will the flywheel for you if it is repaired by an arctic cat dealer and 5 years old or newer. Our shop has probably replaced 25-30 of them. You will have to pay the dealer the labor to do it but considering the flywheel is $500 paying $150-200 isn't bad.

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my artic cat is a 2004 model. All the magnets came off and stuck to the stator. so do artic cat replace the magneto or fix the old one? 150-200 ia alot cheaper
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Yours is over 5 years old so arctic cat will not cover anything. If it would of have been within the year range then arctic cat would have supplied a new flywheel to you.

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Do not use glue. I have heard of many trying this, and I have yet to hear of one that it worked.
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