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STARTER MOTOR FITS ARCTIC CAT PANTERA PANTHER 440 340 370 DELUXE LIQUID MOUNTAIN CAT STARTER MOTOR FITS ARCTIC CAT PANTERA PANTHER 440 340 370 DELUXE LIQUID MOUNTAIN CAT
List Price: $68.83
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APPLICATIONS:ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Pantera 440 431cc 1988-1992ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Panther 340 339cc 1998-2000ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Panther 370 367cc 2001-2008ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Panther 431cc 1989-1993ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Panther 440 431cc 1997-2002ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Panther Deluxe 431cc 1991-1996ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Panther Liquid 431cc 1996ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Panther Mountain Cat 431cc 1990-1991ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Prowler 431cc 1990-1992ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Prowler Mountain Cat 431cc 1991-1992ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Prowler Special 431cc 1991-1992ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Puma 339cc 1994-1997ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Puma Deluxe 339cc 1994-1997ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Super Jag 431cc 1989-1992ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Z370 367cc 2000-2007ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Z440 431cc 2000-2006REPLACES PART NUMBERS:ARCTCO 0745-030, 0745-018, 0745030, 0745018Unit Type: Johnson Electric, Arctic CatType: PMDDVoltage: 12 VoltsRotation: CWTeeth/Splines: 9 Teeth/SplinesPinion/Splines OD: 29.1mm / 1.146inNew or Remanufactured: NewApproximate Weight: 6lbs / 2.72kg

OEM Arctic Cat Snowmobile Gas Cap w/ Fuel Gauge 0670-658 OEM Arctic Cat Snowmobile Gas Cap w/ Fuel Gauge 0670-658
List Price: $37.95
Sale Price: $36.95

This will fit: 1997 Jag/Dlx, Puma Dlx, Puma 2-up 1998 Jag 340/Dlx, Jag 440/Dlx, Panther 340/440, Powder Special, Z440, ZL440, ZL500, ZR440, ZR500, ZR600 carbed 1999 Jag 340 Dlx, Jag 440/Dlx, Panther 340/440/550, Powder Special, Thundercat, Triple Touring, Z370, Z440, ZL 440, ZL500, ZL600, ZR500, ZR600, ZR700, ZRT600, ZRT800 2000 Panther 340/440/550, Powder Special, Z370, Z440, ZL440, ZL500, ZL600, ZL700, ZR500, ZR600, ZR700 2001 Panther 370/440/550, ZR600 VEV 2002 Panther 440/570 2003 Panther 370/570 2004 Bearcat 570, Panther 370/570 2005 Bearcat 570, Panther 370/570 2006 Panther 370 2007 Panther 370/570 Please make sure your verify the exact year of your snowmobile before buying. Snowmobiles are manufactured in the summer/fall before the season. So if a sled says manufactured date June of 1998 on the tunnel then it's a 1999 model year. This is very important when ordering parts, because a lot can change on a snowmobile from one year to the next.

KELCH Gas Gauge for Snowmobile ARCTIC CAT ZLs, ZRs, Zs, King Cats 2001-2007 KELCH Gas Gauge for Snowmobile ARCTIC CAT ZLs, ZRs, Zs, King Cats 2001-2007
List Price: $14.24
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KELCH Gas Gauge for Snowmobile ARCTIC CAT ZLs, ZRs, Zs, King Cats 2001-2007Gas Gauge10" longGauge OnlyEngine: 370-900 CCHow to Order Gauge Lengths: Gauge length to be at least 3/8" less than depth of tank.

Great Quality TRAILERABLE Snowmobile Sled Cover fits Arctic Cat Z 370 es 2000 2001 2002 2003 Great Quality TRAILERABLE Snowmobile Sled Cover fits Arctic Cat Z 370 es 2000 2001 2002 2003
List Price: $57.75
Sale Price: $57.75

Color: Black Condition: Brand New. Great Indoor and outdoor protection for your Snowmobile. The snowmobile cover can be used for trailering and storage purposes. Made from Technologically advanced 300 Denier All Weather Polyester material. Helps reduce the fading of your snowmobile's paint. Dust and Dirt protection. Mold and Mildew resistance. UV protection (protects your snowmobile against the harmful effects of the sun) Tie Down straps to keep snowmobile cover secure for trailering and storage indoors and out. Cover has fully elasticized hems around the bottom of cover to ensure a tight fit. Dual air vents to allow air circulation underneath. Semi-custom fit to accommodate most snowmobiles in the industry. Easy to use: Remove the cover and your snow mobile is as good as new and ready for adventure.

Snowmobile Snow Machine Sled Cover fits Arctic Cat Z 370 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Snowmobile Snow Machine Sled Cover fits Arctic Cat Z 370 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
List Price: $39.96
Sale Price: $39.96

Color: Black Condition: Brand New. Indoor and outdoor protection for your Snowmobile. Designed for Storage purposes only. Made from Technologically advanced 200 Denier Woven Polyester material. Helps reduce the fading of your snowmobile's paint. Dust and Dirt protection. Mold and Mildew resistance. UV protection (protects your snowmobile against the harmful effects of the sun) strap in the middle to keep snowmobile cover secure during storage indoors and out. Cover has fully elasticized hem around the bottom of cover to ensure a tight fit. Semi-custom fit to accommodate most snowmobiles in the industry. Easy to use: Remove the cover and your snow mobile is as good as new.

Replacement For ARCTIC CAT Z 370 CC SNOWMOBILE BATTERY FOR MODEL YEAR 2007 Replacement For ARCTIC CAT Z 370 CC SNOWMOBILE BATTERY FOR MODEL YEAR 2007
List Price: $74.01
Sale Price: $74.01

Replacement For ARCTIC CAT Z 370 CC SNOWMOBILE BATTERY FOR MODEL YEAR 2007

2008 ARCTIC CAT PANTHER 370 SNOWMOBILE PARTS MANUAL P/N 2257-974 (142) 2008 ARCTIC CAT PANTHER 370 SNOWMOBILE PARTS MANUAL P/N 2257-974 (142)
Sale Price: $29.99

2008 ARCTIC CAT PANTHER 370 SNOWMOBILE PARTS MANUAL P/N 2257-974 (142)

2000 ARCTIC CAT Z 370 SNOWMOBILE PARTS MANUAL 2256-209 (282) 2000 ARCTIC CAT Z 370 SNOWMOBILE PARTS MANUAL 2256-209 (282)
Sale Price: $30.99

2000 ARCTIC CAT Z 370 SNOWMOBILE PARTS MANUAL 2256-209 (282)

2007 ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Z 370 PARTS MANUAL P/N 2257-736 NEW (516) 2007 ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Z 370 PARTS MANUAL P/N 2257-736 NEW (516)
Sale Price: $32.99

2007 ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Z 370 PARTS MANUAL P/N 2257-736 NEW (516)

YTX14AH-BS FOR Arctic Cat Z 370, 440 '02-'07 YTX14AH-BS FOR Arctic Cat Z 370, 440 '02-'07
List Price: $37.25
Sale Price: $37.25

The FirstPower Motorcycle battery is engineered to protect against seepage and corrosion, deliver high cranking power, even when the weather?s dealing its worst. It's the rugged, reliable and dependable battery that customers are looking for. The high-tech. Power-boosting design, FirstPower Motorcycle battery can provide right battery for right job ? that's where it all starts. The industry standard for motorcycles snowmobile and riding mowers, our motorcycle battery offers high cranking power, nice cold cranking performance, minimal internal resistance, maximum power. With the lead-calcium technology and the AGM used, our Maintenance-free VRLA type motorcycle battery assume really sealed, Never needs refilling, offer a really maintenance-free battery for you. Non-spillable (no acid leakage). Can be used immediately and not need activation procession. High cranking current for rigors of cold weather starting. Resist vibration damage packs in extra plates. Resist corrosion for longer battery life. Resist damage from gas, oil, impact.


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Arctic Fox?

What are the Arctic Foxes ancestors (SOURCES ARE NEEDED!) OR good research websites

This is a very involved question, as it covers hundreds of millions of years, with many divergences from the path leading to the Arctic fox. I have avoided going into detail about any lines diverging from the path leading to the Arctic fox.

About 370 million years ago, in the mid-Devonian, some lobe-finned fish left the water and developed into amphibians. Some animals produced their young inside a shelled egg and gave rise to the reptiles. These animals could lay their eggs on land and were no longer dependent on water.

The ‘mammal-like reptiles' diverged early from these early egg-layers and many scientists do not consider them to be reptiles at all. Many scientists now call them synapsids and include the mammals within this group. The first group of synapsids were called pelycosaurs and included sphenacodonts, such as Dimetrodon, which had a large sail on its back, which probably helped it regulate its body heat. Sphenacodonts lived about 270 million years ago.

The second group of synapsids were called therapsids and developed from the sphenacodonts. Therapsids were the dominant land vertebrates in the Permian, around 250 million years ago, but many died out at the end of the Permian and the early dinosaurs took over the dominant role from the surviving therapsids during the Triassic. These therapsids included advanced forms called cynodonts. Some of these probably were warm-blooded and had hairy coats. The dividing line between therapsids and mammals is usually based on the number of bones in the lower jaw and the way in which the lower jaw is attached to the skull. Basically, if there is only one bone, the dentary, in the lower jaw and this is attached to the squamosal, then the animal is a mammal. Scientists are uncertain which group of cynodonts were the ancestors of mammals; different groups have their advocates. In fact some people think that monotremes developed from a different group of cynodonts compared with the marsupials and placentals.

The earliest mammals, such as Adelobasileus, lived in the Triassic, perhaps 225 million years ago. There were various forms, mostly small mammals, which moved about at night to avoid the dinosaurs. Most of the mammal lineages did not leave descendants, but it is thought that eupantotheres, which evolved about 205 million years ago, were the common ancestors of marsupials and placentals, which split at least 125 million years ago.

There were primitive placentals in the late Cretaceous, with various orders evolving, but the mammals really came into their own with the extinction of the dinosaurs. Some early ancestors of hoofed mammals included carnivorous forms, such as the mesonychids, which developed in the Palaeocene and are sometimes considered to be ancestors of whales. Until a few decades ago, insectivores were considered to be the most primitive placentals and to be the ancestors of other placentals. It is now known that the Cretaceous placental mammal community was far more varied than previously thought.

Carnivores began about 65 million years ago as squirrel-sized creatures, such as Cimolestes, that ate insects in the shadows of the dominant dinosaurs. About 58 million years ago, two lineages of mammals independently developed the carnassial scissor teeth. These were creodonts and carnivores. The creodonts dominated the world from 55 to 35 million years ago and the carnivores became top predators on the northern continents from 20 to 30 million years ago, as they were more efficient at grinding vegetation, so could have a more mixed diet.

The earliest true carnivores date from the Late Palaeocene and early Eocene. These forms were called miacids and lived on the ground and in trees, where they hunted small mammals. About 55-60 million years ago, early arboreal carnivores gave rise to two main branches – dog-like and cat-like carnivores. Cat-like forms became hunters by stealth and ambush, maintaining a dependence on carnivory. Dog-like forms opted for a mobile, generalist and opportunistic lifestyle.

The dog-like forms, or Canoidea, evolved in the New World, while the cat-like forms evolved in the Old World. The dog branch gave rise to dogs, bears, raccoons and weasels. The dog and cat branches evolved independently until 30 million years ago, in the early Oligocene, when they could migrate across the Bering Strait between America and Eurasia.

The Cynodictis was thought to be an ancestor of the dog, but the Amphicyonidae, or bear-dogs, which dominated Eurasia for million of years, are now considered to be unrelated to dogs and foxes. The first ‘dawn dogs', such as Hesperocyon, evolved about 35 million years ago in North America and still hunted in the canopies of trees, as did all early carnivores. In the early Miocene, the primitive Hesperocyoninae split into the two major groups of dogs that lived in the later Teritary. Osbornodon was the basal ancestor of modern dogs and foxes, while Tomarctos was a member of the Borophaginae, which included hyena-like dogs and became extinct in the late Pliocene. There were also bear-like dogs, the Amphicyonidae, but these are not related to modern dogs and foxes.

The common ancestor of the Vulpes group of foxes originated in North America and diverged from other dogs, the lupine or wolf-like dogs, about 5-7 million years ago. Ancestral dogs crossed the Bering Strait into Eurasia, about 5-7 million years ago, while most of the rivals, including the last creodonts, became extinct. Early fox populations spread north and south. Foxes are opportunistic, small-scale foragers. Different environmental conditions led to different selective problems. The red fox originated in Eurasia 1.5 million years ago. The northern populations developed to form the arctic fox, which diverged 1-2 million years ago.

The arctic fox is elated to the red fox and the Cape fox. The arctic fox is a recent Ice Age introduction. Its range forms a circumpolar ribbon to the north of the red fox. The two species overlap in the Eurasian and Canadian tundra. The red fox is larger and stronger than the arctic fox, and may kill it, but the red fox cannot find enough food in the north, where the arctic fox survives. Severe environmental selection pressures in the arctic resulted in the effect of accelerating evolution of many arctic species, such as the Arctic fox. The thick fur of the arctic fox has the highest insulation value of any mammal. The fox had a wider range during the Ice Age and has the most prolific breeding rate of any member of the dog family.

This is a very abridged account of the story of the Arctic fox. I hope it has helped and that you will continue your interest in this area.

Arctic Cat 370

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July 23rd, 2008 at 10:27 am

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