XF PRO CROSS 137: Longer, Shorter or Just Right

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The move to a 137-inch, floating front arm skid in the X-Over segment is a significant breakthrough for Arctic Cat who have suffered with less than desirable ride quality from the XF’s 141-inch, torsion-less X-Over skid.

Although at this writing, we have not ridden the new 137 FFA skid, we believe this shorter, more trail friendly and inherently plusher riding set-up will ratchet-up Arctic Cat’s fortunes in the rapidly expanding crossover segment.

Essentially this move represents the continued specialization of X-over models from every OEM. The new 137 XFs will compare favorable with the Polaris Pro Ride 136 Switchbacks and Ski-Doo’s 137 Renegades while the 141 inch XF Pro-Climb models will meet Polaris’ Switchback Assault 144 and Ski-Doo’s Freeride models.

There’s more – way more and we’ll have it all over the next few weeks and of course – in September’s issue of Supertrax Magazine!

Tune in to this website for our riding impressions of these sleds. We’re in Yellowstone right now riding all the new stuff.

Kent Lester
Kent Lester
Kent Lester is Co-Publisher of SUPERTRAX Magazine and a regular contributor to this website.

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