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Please list year, model and CC! Lets keep this going!

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2008 sportsman 300 just made 30 mile mark no this new 4 wheeler and love it

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2001 Sportsman 500 got it 3 days before easter put over 100 miles on it already!!

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2007 Sportsman X2 500 racking up as many miles as I can.

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I don't have it any more, but had a 2000 SP500. Was a great machine for getting over fallen trees.

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2008 Sportsman 500 EFI, Blue, Aluminum rims. Sweet machine, 60 miles on it.

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05 Sportsman 700 with lots of goodies. Almost 2,000 trouble free miles. Bash em all you want. I'll buy another in a heartbeat!

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2003 400 sportsman with around 6,500miles

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Here is mine with some of goodies, even modded it has never skipped a beat. Is set up for XC racing as well as plowing my driveway

04 Scrambler 500 HO 4x4

Wiseco 11:1 hi-comp piston/#653 web cam

HPD stainless pipe and header

HPD carb mod

UNI air filter/modded air box

primary clutch: HSP Blue 60-200, w/53.3gram weights

secondary clutch:TEAM Roller TAS98, 80-60-40helix/blk-white spring

Works Struts

Rear Fox Shock

HPD steering stabilizer

dg bumper

itp t-9 Baja rims

razr2 tires

Trailtech Vapor

HSP Gripper seat

custom fabbed nerf bars

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2001 500 HO - love it - would buy the same one all over again.

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01 sportsman 500HO, 900+ miles on it. All plowing or icefishing. Looking to buy another.

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2003 little 330 magnum, but did pull out a 500 from a swamp with it! It gets me around! smile

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my brother just sold his 01 Sportsman 400 with 6300 miles,nothing major ever went wrong,just the normal ripped boots once in a while!

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2003 Sportsman 600 2,000 miles

2008 Sportsman 800HO 900 miles

2004 Pro X 600 3,000 miles

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07 Sportsman 500 (60 miles...live in the burbs must travel to ride cry)

01 500 Deluxe Sled with 4500 miles

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96 magnum 425. dont know how many miles since seedo broke off a few years ago but she is still a kickin

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06 Sportsman 500 EFI with winch and plow.

and

06 Hawkeye 300

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2003 sportsman 500 h.o. with 27" mud lites and upgrader high lifter springs. green is mine

2003 sportsman 500 h.o. with stock tires and no after market goodies. my dads yellow

both have 3000 lb. warn winches and plows no snowblowers for us.

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04 700 EFI with plow and Warn winch

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gots 3 of them here

2003 700

2002 500 HO

2002 400

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My wife has one:

2003 Sportsman 600 Twin

I've had a few:

(2) 1994 Explorer 400

1997 Xplorer 500

1997 Sportsman 500

2000 Xpedition 425

2004 Sportsman 600

2005 Sportsman 500

2007 Sportsman 800

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2007 X2 500.

Added a 2500# Warn winch, front rack, front brush guard and the Polaris Glacier II Plow System.

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2008 Sportsmen 500 Stealth black.

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I have a 98 Sportsman 500 lifted with 27" tires and my wife has a '99 Sportsman 500 lifted with 27" tires. Great machines and will run under water.

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