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Was at the end of trail grooming project when back Track started to wobble. Limped home and found snapped wheel studs. Then saw the destroyed knuckle. Contacted parts dealers and all have same news: Due to Covid, part is discontinued.
Anyone out there know of a used parts supply that would have this or know of a wrecked 2015 Prowler 700 XT that is being sold off for parts?

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Update:

Arctic Cat has made this part obsolete for my unit as well as a number of other models right up to 2009-2017.
Only option provided by a dealership (Arctic Cat has yet to respond to questions) is to see if machine shop can repair/rebuild the unit.
 

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Thanks mlh1962, got the parts in today and am stuck on removing broken shaft (lower part broken off) from differential. Does not push in to release clip. Looking at option of removing from cup to get at interior pin to push for release. Cleaned out old grease and added lube to see if any part can move easier. Hope all goes well tomorrow.
 

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Cleaning and using lubricant (Moovit) overnight worked. Shaft was twisted 2-3 degrees. Ended up positioning it as far over and adding encouragement (booted it sideways). Came off with one pull. Access to cup and used end of 1/2" extension to push in pin to remove cup from differential.

Note about extensions or spacers: regular checks needed to tighten spacers to torque. Using the Camso tracs for winter, a check of tightness of nuts to tracs does not mean the spacers are tight. Using this time to pull off rest of wheels to check spacers. Will add some Permatex to lug nuts.

Thanks again for the help everyone!
 
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