Arctic Cat Kitty Cat Brake Bracket Kittycat Cable Shoe Pad Holder Mount Drum on 2040-parts.com
Grand Marais, Minnesota, United States
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This is a used brake shoe bracket from a unknown year Arctic Cat kitty cat. Bracket looks good, the brake shoe is cracked at the mount, see pic, if
something stands out in the pictures let me know and i can check it out
our get more pictures of certain areas. Not familiar with these sleds
so if there is common issues or wear points let me know. Am parting a
mostly complete sled, so check other
Brakes for Sale
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