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**Needs to be sold by early next week. If not it will be traded to dealer. $6750 Cash. Firm**

I am selling my 2015 Polaris Sportsman XP 1000 Limited due to family pushing for a RZR 2 or 4 seater. I have done quite a bit to this but any inquiries I can provide more clarification and details.

Everything listed has been done in the last 50 miles unless otherwise noted (great for you, unfortunate for me) as I have been planning on riding this for many years. I am a mechanical engineer so I am adamant about preventative maintenance and keeping everything the best it can be. I do grease all fittings after every ride, I am that bad :)

-4 New factory wheel bearings, filled with bearing grease via over axle greaser, to be included
-New primary clutch
-New belt
-Maxxis Bighorn Tires (550 miles on these) 26x9x14, 26x11x14 factory sizes ran at factory recommended pressure
-All 6 fluids changed, will provide buyer with all containers I have. (front diff, rear diff, trans, engine, brake fluid, and coolant
-Complete water-pump rebuild by dealer, 3 seals ($900) have receipts
-HSE Exhaust (550 miles on this as well), no heat on seat or melted plastics of any kind
-AGM Sport Battery
-All Balls U-Joints x4 for front and rear drive-line prop shafts with grease-able fittings

Factory options:
Hand guards
3500 Winch, does have synthetic rope, 75' minimum
Skid plates
GPS/Blue tooth head unit
Hand & thumb warmers
Fox Podium Shocks
Power Steering

I do clean it after almost every ride, makes wrenching/maintenance much easier. The machine is as advertised by Polaris, a very powerful capable machine. It's ability to soak up the trail yet provide great feedback is fantastic. Looking at new rzr 1000's due to how impressed I was with this platform. Just have more in tow going forward. Any questions please ask, I will ship if buyer prefers and pays. Easiest is cash in person but I am not picky and will accept any payment method that clears before you get the key. ~1200 miles, ~100 hours. Can confirm for those interested.


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