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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 03-16-2019, 05:58 PM
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Have u replaced 4 powersteering units on same machine ?...
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post #12 of 22 (permalink) Old 03-16-2019, 06:11 PM Thread Starter
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No , I’ve owened 2 850 xp’s , scrambled 1k and sportsman 1k
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i have installed ez on 2009xp850 and 2015 xp850. wires were different , due to battery location. 09 on the back. 15up front. frame was different too, so mounting bracked from ez steer was different... but non of them.was touring, so cant tell what it will be in your case.
polman how come touring have bigger thank. uncle.google says different. that touring does have smaller.fuel tank..
edit the only model with bigger tank is military ver. from what i heard.
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That’s odd , Polaris parts house lists the same part # for the tanks on a touring and normal 850 xp as part # 2520922.
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post #15 of 22 (permalink) Old 03-16-2019, 07:21 PM Thread Starter
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Also ez steer kit that I bought states it the will fit 09-10 850 xp but the 09’s had the battery in the rear and the 10’s were up front 🤔
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Thatís odd , Polaris parts house lists the same part # for the tanks on a touring and normal 850 xp as part # 2520922.
Yeah, I was mistaken about the tank. I was thinking about the older model 2up or x2 that had a larger tank than the single seater. Not the XP's.
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The tanks are bigger only from 2011 and up
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Ok guys , after busting up my knuckles I got the ez steer in and it worked out fantastic. This kit bolted up without any modifications or without extending any cables! I’m more then pleased with it. Now time will tell if it lasts longer then oem.
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Ok guys , after busting up my knuckles I got the ez steer in and it worked out fantastic. This kit bolted up without any modifications or without extending any cables! Iím more then pleased with it. Now time will tell if it lasts longer then oem.
Great news. Thanks for the followup.

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Ok guys , after busting up my knuckles I got the ez steer in and it worked out fantastic. This kit bolted up without any modifications or without extending any cables! I’m more then pleased with it. Now time will tell if it lasts longer then oem.
Good deal Koda! I think you're really gonna like it. Have you gotten to ride enough to tell any difference in feel between the EZ Steer and OEM on the same machine?
Did you tie it into the speedo to regulate the sensitivity?
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