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FOR SALE:

2004 Polaris Sportsman 700 (carb) Mossy Oak New Breakup Camo

- 6" Gorilla Lift Kit
- 29.5x12" Outlaw tires (front & rear)
- ITP C-Series Type 4 aluminum wheels (black)
- Warn 2500 winch with 50' of plasma rope.
- EPI HD Springs (front & rear)
- 2" custom aluminum spring spacers in the rear
- High Lifter Extreme duty clutch kit
- Dayco belt
- High Lifter 1.5" Widetrack spacers (front & rear)
- High Lifter temp gauge
- Custom aluminum radiator reloaction kit (radiator & fan are on front rack, out of the mud. Also has fan cut off switch wired in with warning light.)
- Front brushguard & rear bumper (Polaris OEM)
- Custom stereo system with MP3 player
- Back rest
- 25 Quart Igloo cooler fits perfect behind seat and in between rack support bars.
- New rear propshaft was installed before last ride & have spare (new) front prop shaft.
- Spare radiator and fan (nearly $500 brand new)
- Low miles/low hours.

Don't have time to ride it anymore. Rode it 3-4 times last year. Ridden it once this year. Located in Georgia. Will drive up to 2 hours to meet.

Asking $8000 as it sits. [email protected]
 

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You must be the same swamp_monster from the HL forums. Very nice bike, looks like alot of the bikes we ride with in Crosby!
 

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The one and only! LOL!

Thanks for the compliments guys. This bike would defintiely fit in over in Crosby, so help me find somebody to take it off my hands! :D
 

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How does your cv joints and boots hold up to that much angle? At stock height the angle seems to be almost to the max.
 

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The CV's hold up fine. Gorilla Axles has redefined CV technology for ATV's. These axles are built to run a continuous 45 degree angle, I believe. The cups and innards are made of chromoly steel, and are dang near bulletproof. :) They aren't like truck CV's, they are made more some extreme torture.
 

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Wish I had $8000 laying around.:bawl:
 

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does that even fit in the bed of the truck anymore?
 

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does that even fit in the bed of the truck anymore?
LOL! No, it doesn't fit in the back of a truck anymore. If I took the spacers off and changed over to 10" wide tires all around, it would probably fit with no problems. It gets trailered everywhere it goes.
 
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