2008 Arctic Cat F5

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What if I told you I know where a 2008 136" F5 was with 638miles and 47hrs. Mint condition is.


What would you pay for something like this????
 

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What if I told you I know where a 2008 136" F5 was with 638miles and 47hrs. Mint condition is.


What would you pay for something like this????
They didn't make a 136 in an F5....was the rear skid changed?
 

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Its a neighbours sled. I only assumed a 136". Its a completely stock sled so however it came from the factory is the way it is.

He's obviously not riding it and asked me what I thought it would be worth. I told him the experts on SnM would know.

I would assume that ditch bangers are harder to find and especially in this kinda condition.
 

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Probably a 128” track if I remember correctly, my dads wife had one for up at the lake in sask when they were new
 

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The F5 did come with a 128. How ever you can fit a 136 2” under it. I did it for a sled I had bought for my son. We did put rail extension on it
 

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The F5 did come with a 128. How ever you can fit a 136 2” under it. I did it for a sled I had bought for my son. We did put rail extension on


The F5 did come with a 128. How ever you can fit a 136 2” under it. I did it for a sled I had bought for my son. We did put rail extension on it
if’s a $2500 buck sled. But with Covid and the fact it’s a 500 which is rare it’s probably worth 3-$4000 to somebody come
Winter . 800’s are often cheaper that 5-600cc
One downside is the f5motor wasn’t the best and the EFI had many running issue issues
 
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