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Six of the 50 New Wildcat Accessories


(12/23/2011)

Arctic Cat has been busy dreaming up custom accessories for the new Wildcat ROV. Below are six of the more than 50 soon-to-be-available bolt-ons.

Press Release:

Arctic Cat Wildcat Half-Windshield

The all-new Wildcat Half Windshield (P/N 1436-740, $159.95 U.S./$184.95 Canada) from Arctic Cat adds almost-instant aerodynamic styling that moves wind up and over the occupants and minimizes dust from swirling in the cab. It’s made of tough polycarbonate, with snap-clamps that offer quick and easy installation or removal. 

 

Arctic Cat Wildcat Spare Tire Carrier

Built tough enough for Baja, the all-new Wildcat Spare Tire Carrier (P/N 1436-733, $159.95 U.S./$194.95 Canada) from Arctic Cat simplifies adding a spare tire to your next adventure. The steel frame holds either a front or rear mounted spare tire, attached via a quick-access wing-bolt. The entire unit pivots up and out of the way to maintain full access to the Wildcat’s rear storage area, with gas-assist shocks that ease lifting. 

 

Arctic Cat Wildcat Aluminum Front Bumper

Arctic Cat Wildcat Aluminum Rear Bumper

Arctic Cat Wildcat Steel Bumper

Add rugged style and extra protection to the Wildcat with a new Arctic Cat bumpers. For the ultimate in front-end fortification, the front Steel Bumper (P/N 1436-716, $229.95 U.S./$264.95 Canada) is made from 1 3/4-in. steel and features and integrated mini skid plate. The Aluminum Front Bumper (P/N 1436-718, $349.95 U.S./$399.95 Canada) and Aluminum Rear Bumper (P/N 1436-719, $279.95 U.S./$324.95 Canada) add lightweight, custom style. They’re constructed from aluminum and integrate with accessory rock sliders. All Wildcat bumpers work with front and rear receiver hitches, and the rear includes a license plate holder. They are some of the more than 50 new custom accessories for the all-new Arctic Cat Wildcat ROV, available this spring at most Arctic Cat dealerships, and through the Arctic Cat online store at www.store.arcticcat.com.

 

Arctic Cat Wildcat Trunk Bag

Keep your extra gear secured in the new Wildcat Rear Trunk Bag (P/N 1436-737, $149.95 U.S./$174.95 Canada) from Arctic Cat. Built from lightweight aluminum tube framework and covered with durable canvas, the zipperless design allows simplified access to gear stored in the rear box of the new Wildcat. Opening or closing the bag is quick and simple thanks to a hinged design that’s secured by cambuckles.



Comments (7):

Tom Rowland says:
12/25/2011 11:04:00 AM

We just took delivery of Wildcat number 00036...these mothers rock!! Is going to be cool this spring when these are out and about in mass quantities!
IVAN LAMBERT says:
12/29/2011 1:49:00 PM

I WORK AT CHUDDS POWERSPORTS IN GIMLI MANITOBA AND WE HAVE NUMBER 000008 OFF THE LINE I CANT WAIT TILL WE GET ONE TO DRIVE , GOOD JOB ARCTIC CAT , I WANT ONE
i98jioj says:
2/2/2012 7:06:00 PM

i want to see my custom frot bumper on here call me at 1800 985 462 toll free
LARRY says:
3/2/2012 8:47:00 AM

WE HAVE NUMBER 100 AND ARE VERY EXCITED ABOUT IT.WAITING FOR SOME ACCESSORIES TO COME IN TO PUT ON OUR NEW WILDCAT.WE WILL HAVE IT ROAD LEGAL FOR RIDING OUT WEST THIS SUMMER.OUR FRIENDS WHO HAVE RAZERS SAY THEY ARE WORRIED WE WILL OVER TAKE THEM.WE WILL SEE.WE JUST WANT A GOOD RIDE AND WE THINK THIS IS THE WAY TO GO .WILL LET YOU KNOW HOW IT FAIRS OUT WEST THIS SUMMER. SEE YA!!!!!!!!!!!!
kyle says:
4/8/2012 8:17:00 AM

i got a wildcat a week or so ago and i have to say they lie when they say its 60% weight in the back and 40% in the front because i hit a jump and nose dived bad and flip it 3 times. what is your opinion on making it stay more level?
Bianca says:
3/24/2014 8:08:00 AM

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your hikin' spots and wish I could come along, metal steps and all. One place we go has them and it doesn't bother me so much about seein' the whole way down to the water, but they kinda hurt my paws too. Even thuogh my sprawled leg walkin' makes my PUs giggle every time I go across, they still think the park should make the one side solid for us dawgs to walk across easier.I think every area has a Lover's Leap and a story to go without it there's one here in PAville, I just can't remember where. There's also a local place with a supposed ghost called The White Lady. The story is that she was washin' her baby in the lake and it fell in and drowned. You're supposed to hear her cryin' on dark nights. Mom never wanted to find out cuz she's a skeerdy cat.Have a greyt week, Bunny and family!Ches ;0=)Pee. Ess. I got my treat prize in the mail on Saturday and Mom gave me two this mornin'. I have decided that freeze dried chicken livers are DA BOMB!!!! Thanks again Bunny! ?
Solar says:
3/26/2014 10:26:00 PM

Believe it or not I still haven't been to Starved Rock! I really want to go hiinkg there and just need to convince my east coast friend that we have some good hiinkg here, too! I don't think I've encountered metal steps when hiinkg mostly it's been wood stairs or you just have to clammer over rocks. I hope your paws didn't get too cut up, Bunny. Great pics! http://pbfece.com [url=http://lgkensxvqp.com]lgkensxvqp[/url] [link=http://emznqprtap.com]emznqprtap[/link]

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