The XDR Off-Road® Magnum Grip "Hill Killer" ratchet shifter for 2018-2019 Textron/Artic Cat Wildcat XX models. The Magnum Grip shift handle features CNC billet aluminum construction, an ergonomic design for a modern aggressive look and is black anodized for durability and good looks. Other features include replaceable midnight black polycarbonate side grip plates with a diamond texture for sure grip in all weather conditions, a spring loaded stainless steel trigger for positive engagement while shifting gears and the gate plate is constructed of heavy 10 gauge 304S stainless steel for durability and long life. The "Hill-Killer" gate plate was designed to be used as a safety device when attempting steep hill climbs. This is done by eliminating the reverse lock out feature of the ratchet gate plate, ensuring quick shifts from forward to reverse gear in an attempt to save the front end from going over backwards when climbing steep hills. Includes all necessary hardware and easy to follow installation instructions. Be sure to check out all the colors and finishes of side grip plates available for the Magnum Grip shifters to customize your Wildcat XX's interior.
Warning: It is Not recommended to intentionally and/or repeatedly go from a forward gear to a reverse gear while moving for fear of personal safety, and to avoid potentially damaging drivetrain components of your vehicle.
Replaceable Magnum Grip Side Grip Plates
Stainless Steel Spring Loaded Trigger
Safety Feature for Steep Hill Climbs
CNC Billet Aluminum Shift Handle
304S Stainless Steel Gate Plate
MIL-Spec Black Anodized Finish
Quick and Easy Installation
Lifetime Limited Warranty
Shifter Assembly, Gate Plate, Hardware and Instructions
California Proposition 65 Chemical Name 1
Chromium (hexavalent compounds)
California Proposition 65 Chemical Name 2
Bisphenol A (BPA)
This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.