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before you need to drain the oils
 

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I know the rear diff breather goes up to the pod. I think the front one goes up to the rad. But you have intakes for your engine and cvt that are a bigger concern. Air intake goes below the gas tank and the cvt is only safe to about halfway up your side panel.
 

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ok thanks for the info...I only had it up to the floor boards and had to winch it out in ice cold snow melt
 

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Sure

sounds good - officially the manual says the upper limit is the floorboards. you know the lawyers, engineers and others negotiated on that statement. So it can go a little deeper, safely, but I suppose for really deep stuff needs piping. I only go to the boards too...
 

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As deep as ur pockets!
 

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As deep as ur pockets!
That is by far the best answer yet.

Option 1: You pay up front to modify your machine to go in the water.
Option 2: You pay in the end to fix it after you have done something stupid.
Option 3: Stay out of the water and mud until you have read Option 1.

Well said BP!
 

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I went in 2 feet of water in a large mud hole with no problems at all! I am amazed at how well it performed.
I certainly hope so
 

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I like to go balls deep on a regular basis. She'll be fine up to there.
 

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I have actually put mine in water up to the seat several times and no problems yet just stay in the water! but be careful because I have gotten my clutch wet more than once and one time I almost didnt make it out of the water because the belt was slipping.
 
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