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    Wildcat sport Hood

    Anyone know where I can find a replacement hood forna 2016 wildcat sport hood?

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    MLS, your dealer, flea bay maybe. Did it blow off when trailering?
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    Yes it did. My dad was using it....trailer-ed it 1600 miles and it finally came off.
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    A Trail hood should also fit your Sport. The only difference between them is the suspension. Everything else should be the same body wise.
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    Part #4406-269 from your A/C dealer.
    CDN price is $59.58 so that should be about $40 US
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    Your best bet is your dealer, or Craigslist for your area, or something like that to find another hood. I put a new thread in earlier today, but i'll just tell you what I wrote, k? I used a 3/8 bolt (with 2 washers to make sure it didn't loosen) & bolted my hood on. Then I cut off the extra threads with a hacksaw leaving enough to tighten down a nice finished knob to the hood. Any question's feel free to message me. John G.


 

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