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DO I STRIP IT OR SELL AS IS???

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What would be a fair asking price as is? PLEASE opinions ONLY.I don't want to be squashed by the police blush. I will post an add in the classifieds when I figure out a price. Thank you for the help.

Dan

2008 POLARIS SPORTSMAN 800 EFI

Color – STELTH

Rims – 14x27 ITP-212/Black

Tires - ITP-Mudlite XTR’s

Winch – Warn RT30 w/Synthetic Rope & Wireless Control

PIAA 510 SMR Fog & Running Lights

Front Brush Guard & Rear Bumper

Front & Rear Rack Extenders

Lock & Ride Windshields – 19.25” Clear & 9.5” Black

Lock & Ride Rear Cargo Box w/Backrest & Side Bags

Ram Handle Bar Mount for GPS

Auger Mount on Front Rack

Gun Scabbard

Hand Guards

2 – Kolpin JR Fuel Packs

435 Miles on Machine

6/11/09 – Changed Engine Oil & Filter, Front & Rear Gearcase and Transmission Oil. Coolent-Good, Brakes-Good and Coolent Fan Good. Runs Great.

2008 POLARIS SPORTSMAN 800 EFI

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oh man that is one sweet atv. looks like it just came off the showroom floor!! idk maybe 7,500?

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well it looks like you have around 10k or so into this thing........you would be better off stripping it and selling all the accessories separate. With all the accessories on it I would say 6.5-7.5k. Without the accessories you could probably get an easy 6-6.5k which means you would definitely benefit from selling the accessories.

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what is your reason for selling

if you are getting a different one i would suggest putting these accessories onto your new one vs buying all new ones and just sell the rest with the quad

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If or when, I mean when I get a new one, the accessories will not carry over to the new machine. Well, I guess the PIAA's will.

Dan

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I just paid 8500 for my 08 800 new. That included

windshield

front and rear rack extenders

3500lb winch

plow

chains

front brush guard

rear bumper

and tax.

Are you jumping up to an XP?

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The 08 800,s are going for around $6,200. That is not helping. The accessories, one should be able to get 1/2 the purchase price pending state of condition or maybe more. With the new 08 800,s at $6,200 and mine having 435 miles on it, OUCH.

$5,5.5 plus accessories. Again OUCH.

Jumping up to an XP w/EPS would be nice but I may have to just jump out. sickcryfrown

Dan

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