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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-08-2016, 02:28 PM Thread Starter
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2006 Prowler 650 Dimension Request

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I'm looking into purchasing a 2006 AC Prowler 650 but would like to know the dimensions as in the picture attached. I would greatly appreciate it if someone could take these for me. Thanks
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LENGTH (FT) 9.58
WIDTH (IN/MM) 61.3 / 1557
HEIGHT (IN/MM) 77.5 / 1968.5
WHEELBASE (IN/MM) 75 / 1905
TURNING RADIUS (FT) 10.8
GROUND CLEARANCE (IN/MM) 12.5 / 317.5
LENGTH (FT/FT) 9
LENGTH (FT/IN) 7
DRY WEIGHT (LBS/KG) 1160 / 526.2
PAYLOAD CAPACITY (LBS/KGS) 625 / 283.5
TOWING CAPACITY (LBS/KGS) 1500 / 680.4
FUEL CAPACITY (GAL/L) 8.2 / 31
ENGINE DISPLACEMENT TO WEIGHT (CC) 0.55


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2006 Arctic Cat Prowler XT 650 H1 Reviews, Prices, and Specs

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2009 Prowler XTZ , couple things added here and there
'83 CJ7 / SBC + whole lot added here and there
'01 Dodge / Cummins / Dually, a ton of stuff added here and there

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE NEWBIES ...
1. Bring in a good load of firewood for the pit
2. start the morning coffee , strong but not burnt / boiled down , IMPORTANT start it early as many of us old farts get up early !!
3. sit a spell and swap some lies with the best of us
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Thank you, I've seen the specs but would like to know the real world dimensions.

Two dimensions that are not listed are: ground to the front grill and ground to rear bumper. Also is the 9'7" grill to grill or just the plastic body?

Reason I need it, I currently own a 2005 AC 500 ATV and need the total length combined of the UTV and ATV for my next purchase....A Toy hauler.

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Welcome to the forum, I did a quick check on mine and it is very close to factory specs. Mine is a little less in height, but that is from me chopping the cage, Width is similar, but I have aftermarket wheels and tires. The factory spec's are about as good as you can get, there is just too many variables to consider.

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Welcome to the site! My '07 is pretty much stock, I'll do some measuring. By looking at your pic it looks like it has some oversize tires on it so my height might be a little shorter but it will get you within a few inches.

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Yep you should go by the factory specs like the other varmints said . Measured mine and it's on the short side due to tires. I don't have a rear bumper so on mine "B" is 30" to the bottom of the bed, "F" is 25.5, "H" is 76.5 and "L" is 9.75 but that was me trying to hold the tape by myself.

Like I said though my measurements will all be on the short side due to my tires. Shock settings also make a big difference in height.
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Yep you should go by the factory specs like the other varmints said . Measured mine and it's on the short side due to tires. I don't have a rear bumper so on mine "B" is 30" to the bottom of the bed, "F" is 25.5, "H" is 76.5 and "L" is 9.75 ft. but that was me trying to hold the tape by myself.

Like I said though my measurements will all be on the short side due to my tires. Shock settings also make a big difference in height.
Thank you, that's exactly what I needed.

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