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Old 05-05-2010, 05:57 PM
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fog light switch location?.

Where did you guys mount your fog light switch on the 2009-2010 sportsmans?.
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Mine is on the pod, there is a couple of cut outs on the underside.

The fog lite switch is on the left and the hand warmer switch is on the right
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Old 05-08-2010, 04:53 AM
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foglite switch in middle (piaa), thumb and barwarmers are l & r
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I really don't want to drill on the pod. I have the camo version. I can't seem to find another place though.
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yea i understand. hard to not drill to mount em tho, there are a few places u can do it, depends on what other stuff you have switches for.
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Hated to drill the plastic buy did it anyway.

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CVJoint - those are great lights. Which ones are they, and where did you buy them? Also, where did you get the brush guard? Do you think having the lights in front of the radiator rsticts air flow?
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CVJoint - those are great lights. Which ones are they, and where did you buy them? Also, where did you get the brush guard? Do you think having the lights in front of the radiator rsticts air flow?
ill answer that ? they are both a polaris part u can get the lights with the brushguard or buy them separate the lights arent worth the cost tho better to buy some from walmart or wherever

as for the air flow it will restrict a little bit of air but thats y there is a fan
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2500lb. winch (with wireless remote)____60" Glacier® II Plow System with extras___Lock & Ride® Front Cargo Box____Rear Rack Extender___Moose hand and throttle warmers
HID Plug and Play Light Kit for 550/850(www.theatvsuperstore.com) lower lights tinted with 20% window tint (still brighter than stock but not blinding bright)
Front & Rear A-Arm Guards XP550/850 2010(www.theatvsuperstore.com)
28" zillas on stock 14" rims(http://www.4wheelparts.com)_____26" stock tires on itp ss212 14" thanks SNW629
Deluxe Front/Rear Brushguard(http://www.superatv.com/)
3 in 1 Polaris atv hitch from (www.theatvsuperstore.com) might i add it was a gift they sent me just for buying some stuff
Galls® 100W Remote Siren (http://www.galls.com/)
lots of lights
motor cycle radio
(still to come Wes Standard(rear seat and storage), dalton clutch kit, 2 inch lift, stealth snorkel kit if they ever make them for the 2010 )
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CVJoint - those are great lights. Which ones are they, and where did you buy them? Also, where did you get the brush guard? Do you think having the lights in front of the radiator rsticts air flow?
Thanks. They are PIAA lights you might find them cheaper on E-bay rather than going through your dealer. They are pretty bright. Warn got some new 3 1/2 inch lights out now with a remote switch that are pretty cool. Don't buy the cheap walmart lights. They won't last and well they will look like they are from Walmart. Never understood why people buy almost a $9000 dollar quad and put $10 dollar lights on them. The brush guard I got thrown in on the deal when I bought the quad. I seen them cheap on E-bay also.
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CVJoint - those are great lights. Which ones are they, and where did you buy them? Also, where did you get the brush guard? Do you think having the lights in front of the radiator rsticts air flow?
Thanks. They are PIAA lights you might find them cheaper on E-bay rather than going through your dealer. They are pretty bright. Warn got some new 3 1/2 inch lights out now with a remote switch that are pretty cool. Don't buy the cheap walmart lights. They won't last and well they will look like they are from Walmart. Never understood why people buy almost a $9000 dollar quad and put $10 dollar lights on them. The brush guard I got thrown in on the deal when I bought the quad. I seen them cheap on E-bay also.
well i paid 125 dollars for a HID upgrade that will drowned out any other light (pure daylight)
dont get me wrong im not saying get a set of junk fog lights just saying piaa arent worth the cost for what they do.
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2010 850 XP EPS Stealth Black
from dealer
2500lb. winch (with wireless remote)____60" Glacier® II Plow System with extras___Lock & Ride® Front Cargo Box____Rear Rack Extender___Moose hand and throttle warmers
HID Plug and Play Light Kit for 550/850(www.theatvsuperstore.com) lower lights tinted with 20% window tint (still brighter than stock but not blinding bright)
Front & Rear A-Arm Guards XP550/850 2010(www.theatvsuperstore.com)
28" zillas on stock 14" rims(http://www.4wheelparts.com)_____26" stock tires on itp ss212 14" thanks SNW629
Deluxe Front/Rear Brushguard(http://www.superatv.com/)
3 in 1 Polaris atv hitch from (www.theatvsuperstore.com) might i add it was a gift they sent me just for buying some stuff
Galls® 100W Remote Siren (http://www.galls.com/)
lots of lights
motor cycle radio
(still to come Wes Standard(rear seat and storage), dalton clutch kit, 2 inch lift, stealth snorkel kit if they ever make them for the 2010 )
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