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SOLD!!!!!!!! 2000 Polaris Explorer 4x4 ATV for sale. SOLD !!!!!!!!

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Good conditions 2000 Polaris Explorer 4x4 ATV.

2 stroke air cooled motor, automatic transmission, reverse and low range

Price at $ 2,200.00, located 30 miles south of MPLS

Email for more details

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I don't know both questions, it doesn't have any marking (or stickers) and there's no odometer. It does look in very good shape though.

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WOW, the 4 wheeler is still here, I can't believe nobody is taking advantage of this.....a 2000 4x4 ATV for less than $ 2500 ?

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Im sure if you cleaned the carbs so it stayed running it would sell. I for one wouldnt drop 2 grand on a wheeler that I can't test drive. Just my .02 cents. Good luck grin.gif

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Well see that's where you make a mistake, the savings are on the fact it cannot be tested, you take my word on this and being a memeber of FM for many years, I think it's worth quite a bit.

Anyway I cleaned carb today and ATV runs like a top, shifts forward and reverse great, low range good, and 4x4 works good too (tested on ice and snow).

Price of machine at $ 2200 firm

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Any idea if it's the 250, 300, or 400? I did a quick search and couldn't find any info, other than the fact that 250's seem like they tend to be 2-stroke. Thanks.

BTW, I wouldn't doubt Valv's opinion as he's been a helpful member here for quite some time.

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valv i did a little research for you and it is a 400. if you need more info go to polarisman (Contact Us Please) and you can find out more about it

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I don't know guys, I looked up Polaris parts sites and the size and shape of head is for the 250 2 stroke (it is a 2 stroke oil injected), so....I am no expert I still say it's a 250 but you are welcome to disagree with me anytime cool.gif

The rig runs very well actually, I didn't clean carb before since I don't have a heated shop yet, and temps outside were a little "nasty".

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Its a 250- I used to own one. The oil injection line kinked and froze the piston at about 50 hours. I sold mine for 1500 "as is". The 250 2 stroke walked all over my 335 4 stroker. I sold the 250 to a friend who punched it out and installed a larger piston. The price does not seem out of line for a good running 4X4.

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