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96 artic cat panther 440 lc clutch slow to engage(high rpm's0

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Here....Try this website....
http://www.worldofpowersports.com/oem/fiche/arctic-cat/snow/06-440-SnoPro.pdf

This shows many exploded views of the 440.

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