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2005 Polaris Sportsman 700 efi 4x4 Dale Earnhardt Jr Edition

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Asking: $3800.00/OBO          2287 miles, 257 hours

Front brush guard, 1 ¼” receiver hitch, Brand new ITP steel delta rims and Kenda bear claw tires, also included is the set of original Polaris rims and tires (Tires have about 25%-30% tread left).  All new fluids, runs great and rides really smooth.  Newer battery, with the EFI there are no worries about starting when it’s really cold, I used it for ice fishing and it worked great.  It has the Polaris on demand 4x4 that kicks in when the rear tires start to slip.  All the plastic is in good condition, there is a little sun fading on the head light pod, and a little melted spot by the seat from the exhaust pipe that is barely noticeable.  The only thing that is known to not work is the battery indicator on the speedo pod (the battery icon flashes) the battery is good so I never worried about it.  New rear axle, air filter, Exhaust gasket, exhaust seal and springs, hall effect speed sensor, T-bap harness, Gear selector shaft and gear (it shifts very smooth) and spark plugs.  I have copies of the service manual and the standard Polaris manual

I have more picture I can send if intrested



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