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post #1 of 6 Old 12-06-2004, 06:42 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone have any information on a two up conversion for a 2002 zl 600?
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post #2 of 6 Old 12-06-2004, 06:58 PM
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Sled: zr 600 efi LE C.C.
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better change your rear springs before throwing on another fan their

second 650 this year all ready trashed 1 and proud of it

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I don't know what kind of information you are looking for but the original owner of my '98 Cougar DLX installed a 2-up seat onto it. I installed heavy duty springs first thing after I discovered they weren't on it and it's worth it's weight in gold. Well almost...

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I am looking to see if anyone knows if artic cat makes a 2 up conversion seat for the ZL 600.


I saw a picture of a zl500 with a two up seat and am looking any information anyone can give me on it.

Is it made by Artic Cat?

How much?
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The one I have was made by Cat. More than likely they made one for your sled too. I doubt very much that an aftermarket company makes them. As I said, I bought mine with the 2-up seat already on it so I have no idea what it might cost. Check with a dealer for availability and price.

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do a search on yahoo for the Seat Jack by Industries Jack...

If you want a seat you can slide on and slide off as needed, and the person riding on the back isn't over a certain weight ( I think 200 lbs), you can use it

I go about 150, and my girlfriends son rides on the back with me, he is about 80 lbs... I turn the springs all the way up on my F Cat...

Granted, I can't ditch bang with the F Cat with him on it, but if I take it slow and cruise the trails , it does OK
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