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Arctic Cat recalls 7,000 sleds

The Plymouth-based retailer is recalling thousands of snowmobiles after testing revealed a headlamp malfunction. Officials say the headlamp may cause disorientation and lead to crashes, though no reports of headlamp problems or injuries have been reported.
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The Plymouth-based retailer is recalling thousands of snowmobiles after testing revealed a headlamp malfunction. Officials say the headlamp may cause disorientation and lead to crashes, though no reports of headlamp problems or injuries have been reported.

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