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How To Remove the Hood on 2012 Arctic Cat Turbo Snowmobiles


Removing the hood on a 2012 Arctic Cat Turbo (in the ProCross & ProClimb chassis) is a whole bunch easier if you follow the steps outlined in this short video.

Comments (5):

Chase says:
2/11/2012 11:48:00 AM

Well... My 02 is way easier than this.. Just gotta lift it up!
artdcat says:
2/13/2012 2:16:00 PM

Hood straps & hinges....those were the days. This takes trailside maintenance to another level.
GreenBlood800 says:
2/13/2012 8:06:00 PM

Don't get me wrong, I LOVE the 2012's and think they are some of the meanest looking sleds on snow, but why the hell can't they make a hood that doesn't require tools to get access to your engine?

I agree with you artdcat...hood straps and hinges were the "good 'ol days"
acrider says:
2/14/2012 9:02:00 AM

And i thought my F-series was pushing the limits on trail side maintenance.. Im sure there is way you go put in hood straps. We do it on the race sleds.
jeff says:
2/14/2012 5:23:00 PM

i thought the 08-12 sno pro was bad when it came out, but in reality its way better than this and probably has the best engine/clutch access for rider forward sleds period
After so far spending 700 miles this year on a new sno-pro 500, this is by far the best chassis.

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