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Arctic Cat ATV Maintenance Parts Cross Reference

I thought it would be nice to have one place to find non OEM part numbers for parts we commonly need to replace. Here is a list of a few I have found. If you have any more, like wheel bearing's, etc, let me know and I will edit this post. It is always nice to save a little cash while maintaining these things.

Belts

If your ATV uses part # 3402-757, you can use Suzuki part # 27601-09F60, about $30+ cheaper

Bushings - Shock and Control Arm

Contact Ricktherocket here on Arctic Chat. He makes a far superior bushing over OEM.

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Check Valve for Carb Vent

Option 1, type in "1/4" viton check valve" on eBay or Google" under $5
Option 2, Napa Auto Parts Part # CRB 21015, AC Delco Part #14047619

CV Boot Kits,

Precision 5860 - It is for a 00 Geo Metro. The boot fits and comes with the grease, but the bands will not work. These boots can be found for under $10. I use a Precision 3416 for the large clamp, and a Precision 3415 for the small end. They are about $2 each. Get a Lisle 30950 Banding Tool. Under $15

Easy Adjust PMS Screw.

Just type this exact phrase in Google or eBay and they will come up from a few different vendors. "CV CARBURETOR AIR FUEL SCREW" Usually under $30 shipped, and well worth it.

Oil Filters
These are the part numbers for oil filters that will fit most AC ATV's.
20 x 1mm proprietary Suzuki threads, 11 psi by-pass valve, anti-drain back valve.

AMSOil SMF 109
Baldwin 7419
Bike Master 314-0025
Champion PH7016
Cycle Power 314-1919
Emgo 10-55662
Emgo 10-55660
Fram PH6018
Hi-Flo HF138
J.C.Whitney ZX063166P
K&N 138
NAPA 1359 / WIX 51359
NAPA PS7937
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Per-Form J-509
ProPart 01-0029
Purolator ML16818
STP SMO-18
Suzuki 16510-03G00-X07
VESRAH vsf-3009
WIX 51359

Primary Shaft Support Bearing (in the CVT cover)

SKF part # 6303-2RSH/C3, can be found for under $10

Spark Plugs

If your ATV uses an NGK CR6E, you may also use-
Autolite - 4303 or XS4303
Denso - U20ESR-N or IU20 (Iridium)

If your ATV uses an NGK CPR8E, you may also use-
Denso - N24EXRB

According to the NGK web site, they do not make an iridium plug for an Arctic Cat ATV newer than 1998.


U joints

To my knowledge, Cats use 2 different U joints depending on the year/model. A large and a small.

Large U joint - Precision 391, can be found for under $20
Small U joint - Precision 392, also found for under $20

If it ain't broke...fix it anyway

2003 500I 4X4
Papa Slap Primary
EPI Yellow Spring on Secondary
Uni Filter
HMF Penland Pro
Procom CDI - backup CDI
12" STI G8 Platinum Wheels
25x10-12, 25x12.5-12 Kenda Bear Claws
AC Brush Guard
AC Rear Bumper
Warn 3000 lb Winch
Amsteel Blue 1/4" Synthetic Cable
Trail Tech Vapor Gauge Pod
Foot Brake Delete
RTR Bushings
Highlifter 100# + front and rear springs
RTR Bushing Kit
Innovative LM-2
HID High Beams
Racked Radiator

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Good write up Poco. Should be in the pinned section for sure.
Oh yeah if anybody needs a speedy sleeve for their front or rear output shafts the SKF # 99134. This was for a 02 500 so I'm not sure what else it will fit.
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Finally found a DJ to Keihin jet size cross reference

If it ain't broke...fix it anyway

2003 500I 4X4
Papa Slap Primary
EPI Yellow Spring on Secondary
Uni Filter
HMF Penland Pro
Procom CDI - backup CDI
12" STI G8 Platinum Wheels
25x10-12, 25x12.5-12 Kenda Bear Claws
AC Brush Guard
AC Rear Bumper
Warn 3000 lb Winch
Amsteel Blue 1/4" Synthetic Cable
Trail Tech Vapor Gauge Pod
Foot Brake Delete
RTR Bushings
Highlifter 100# + front and rear springs
RTR Bushing Kit
Innovative LM-2
HID High Beams
Racked Radiator
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Be careful!!! There are about three of them floating around and two are wrong!!! I think Wyo might have the correct one

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28" Bighorns on bed linered 08 Prowler rims , Wireless winch remote, 3000LB. Warn winch, Heated front and rear grips, Cat relay wiring harness for accessories, LED light bar, 08 650 trv LTD rear box, Heated rear seat, Elka stage 3 shocks all 4 corners, Aftermarket A-arm bushings, aftermarket sway bar bushings(prototype), Deluxe brush guard bumpers front and rear, Red anodized Hause fairlead, beverage opener winch hook, Synthetic winch rope, RTR motor mount bushings, Dynojet PC5 programmer, Dynojet Autotune, [/B]

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I did some more research and I think this one is correct. I will check with wyo and see. I found that DJ jets are the size in MM. So a 146 is a 1.46mm.

If it ain't broke...fix it anyway

2003 500I 4X4
Papa Slap Primary
EPI Yellow Spring on Secondary
Uni Filter
HMF Penland Pro
Procom CDI - backup CDI
12" STI G8 Platinum Wheels
25x10-12, 25x12.5-12 Kenda Bear Claws
AC Brush Guard
AC Rear Bumper
Warn 3000 lb Winch
Amsteel Blue 1/4" Synthetic Cable
Trail Tech Vapor Gauge Pod
Foot Brake Delete
RTR Bushings
Highlifter 100# + front and rear springs
RTR Bushing Kit
Innovative LM-2
HID High Beams
Racked Radiator
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650H1 Rear Shock Alternative - Better quality, lower price

I recently decided to try out some 17" rear shocks from the Honda 2001 - 2004 TRX 500 Rubicon.

These shocks have 1" more length, and 1" more travel than the stock shocks AND they have a larger gas tube as well as a progressive spring setup. I put them on yesterday and abused them all day. I will NEVER go back to the original shocks.

On eBay, as of today, they are $78 for the PAIR with free shipping.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/381307935429

Please note, on my 650H1 I did have to push the rear arms down pretty far to get them to fit. But they DID fit. I was a little worried about the extra length and shock strength changing the geometry and rubbing on the brakes. HOWEVER, I am pleased to note that after bouncing a couple times on them they leveled up perfectly. And they DRAMATICALLY improved the ride quality. The 2 stage springs work miracles. VERY soft ride on well graded dirt or paved roads. Great damping on rough roads.

I mounted them upside down (plunger down) so that dirt and mud don't migrate down the shaft as easily, and to make adjusting easier with the tires on. They are a DIRECT FIT with the bushings included. For the "top" bushing, just leave the metal insert in. For the bottom bushing, knock the metal insert out and you are ready to go! You ABSOLUTELY can not beat the quality and improvement for the price.
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I would check with the manufacturer to see if they can be mounted upside down.
Here is what Monroe says:

Most modern shock absorbers utilize a twin (dual) tube construction; in order to work properly the inner of the two tubes (working chamber) should stay completely filled with oil. The outer (reserve) tube contains an oil reserve along with air or a pressurized gas. If the unit is mounted inverted (rod side down), the air or gas in the outer chamber can enter the inner working chamber, resulting in poor damping performance. Therefore, twin tube shock absorbers should not be mounted upside down (or on their side), with the exception of specially designed units that incorporate a gas cell, or cellular gas material, designed to keep the gas retained in the outer reserve tube.

2013 700 XT TRV EPS :
28" Bighorns on bed linered 08 Prowler rims , Wireless winch remote, 3000LB. Warn winch, Heated front and rear grips, Cat relay wiring harness for accessories, LED light bar, 08 650 trv LTD rear box, Heated rear seat, Elka stage 3 shocks all 4 corners, Aftermarket A-arm bushings, aftermarket sway bar bushings(prototype), Deluxe brush guard bumpers front and rear, Red anodized Hause fairlead, beverage opener winch hook, Synthetic winch rope, RTR motor mount bushings, Dynojet PC5 programmer, Dynojet Autotune, [/B]

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Dynojet/142m/45p/3rd/3turns--Clipped and drilled--Unifilter--Easy adjust PMS--L.C.V. mod--AC Swaybar--Exhaust mod--2"Snorkels--Sanny shock bushings-- Airdam stage 1--PSC phase 2--21/ 23gr rollers--Dalton yellow spring--.7mm shim--Sanny Steerlites--RTR Flex Bracket--2 up seat / pegs--Tach--AC handguards--28" Outlaw mst's--Skull tailight--Skull shifter--Self Resetting Breakers--1" Wheel spacers--Customcncparts Steering Damper--AC deluxe handwarmers--6000k HID'S hi/lo--AC Deluxe Bumpers--Inline Fuel Filter-- O2 sensor \AFR guage--Black Magic Full Stainless Exhaust System--Wireless Winch Remote--29.5 Outlaws--Fox Podium X Rear Shocks--




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Thanks for the feedback. These shocks do come with a sock to keep most of the garbage out. I may turn them over and put the sock on to help cut down on any migration of dirt down the shaft and abrasion on the seals.
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