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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-19-2019, 10:43 AM Thread Starter
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can I transport my Polaris 110 outlaws upright?

Hi all,
I have a 2015 and 2019 Polaris Outlaw 110 youth quads. I was wondering if I can store them upright when I put them in my toy hauler? Has anyone done this? Is it ok to do?
Thanks for the advise.
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You can stand them upright as long as the fuel is shut off or the tank is near empty. They might leak some oil either externally or into the air box. Before traveling with them that way, stand one up on a piece of cardboard overnight and see what the result is.

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Hi all,
I have a 2015 and 2019 Polaris Outlaw 110 youth quads. I was wondering if I can store them upright when I put them in my toy hauler? Has anyone done this? Is it ok to do?
Thanks for the advise.
Yeah, you can do that. Tanks need to be less than half full. Empty is better and drain the carb bowls too. Oil vent lines need to be intact as well. Need to let them set for a little while and check everything before starting them after you get to your destination. We piggy-backed full-size machines once for about 3000 miles. Not standing straight up but pretty near it. Had no problems.
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