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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-11-2018, 12:36 PM Thread Starter
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help getting correct parts for prowler 700

I have a 2015 Prowler 700 HDX XT
Had a cotter pin on the driver side sheer and the axle nut unscrewed but was only going 3 mph in the field. The disc brake rotor kept the wheel from coming all the way off.
Got it back on to get it loaded on a trailer to get to my shed.
I have taken it apart and have found most of the parts I need but not sure about the Axle shaft. Do I need the right one or the locking axle one. On arctic cat parts nation it gives a different part number for each one. Not sure what they mean. Sure wish I could only replace the end where the hub goes on.
Any help would be grateful. Love this machine, first time to have any trouble. I did buy it used with 332 hours on it.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-11-2018, 02:56 PM
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Be the locking one. There is a gear on the cup that allows 4WD when engaged.

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I want to thank Fairmount79 you for the response to my help question. That is the one I ordered and installed. When the wheel started to come off the disc rotor was bent in the brake caliper. It seems the bracket that holds the caliper on is bent where the brake pads attach and move. I guess I need to know which one of the bracket assemblies I need to replace the bent one. Two are listed but not clear which one I need. Again any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Thinking you are talking about the steering knuckle. They are listed as right, or left. The number for the right is: https://www.babbittsonline.com/oempa...assembly-right

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Sorry, but that's not what I need. I need the bracket assembly either part number 0502-960 or 0502-605
This part slides in the caliper and holds the brake pads.
Thanks for helping, perhaps you can help more with this. I called arctic cat parts nation but they couldn't help either.
It is for the front drivers side.
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0502-960 is for the front brake either side, 0502-605 is for the rear brake.

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Thanks so much for the information. Never received anything from arctic cat parts nation.
Get it ordered so I can get in rolling again. Thanks so Much
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I use Babbitts, or Country Cat for parts look up. Both sites are easy to use. Most assemblies have diagrams to help. Stay connected, we are a fun group!

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