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Arctic Cat recalling 19,000 snowmobiles

The Thief River Falls company is recalling the vehicles because of an issue that can cause the driver to lose steering control. WDAZ says there have been four reports of malfunctions but no injuries. The recall includes the F, XF and M models sold between May 2011 and December 2011.
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The Thief River Falls company is recalling the vehicles because of an issue that can cause the driver to lose steering control. WDAZ says there have been four reports of malfunctions but no injuries. The recall includes the F, XF and M models sold between May 2011 and December 2011.

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