make / manufacturer: Polaris model name / number: RZR 1000 S
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If you’re not familiar with the S model, it is hands down, THE best machine for the trails around here. We’ve taken “Mario Cart” to just about every place you can go in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Also a couple of trips to Colorado and Utah. It’s never let us down or missed a beat. The only reason I’m selling it is to permit our kids to ride with us, so bought a 4-seater. I have done a TON to this machine, and have used all of the best parts to perfect it. Total invested- at least $20k. It’s fast, nimble and rock steady. I leave my fellow riders in the dust because of the tight turning ability in the woods and tight trails. NO 8 point turns. It’s a beast of a mountain goat. It’s a 2016, and I purchased the 5-year unlimited mileage/hours Polaris warranty.
It has 225 hours and 2,888 miles.
Now for the goodies:
$1500 2.5 years left on a full Polaris warranty, so buy with peace of mind knowing you won’t have repair bills. Well, unless it’s your fault. And it has definitely paid off. I wouldn’t buy a RZR without one. They have replaced the primary clutch, carrier bearing, front axles and front prop shaft in the first 2 1/2 years of its life. Those are all pretty much new. I have diligently maintained it myself, to include all fluid changes and filter, greased zerks, etc.
$1200 Full Factory UTV 1/2” skid plates, to include front and rear A-arms and rock sliders. You can literally ride through boulders with no fear of damage.
$1000 Bead lock wheels
$900 Eibach Springs all around.
Shocks converted to schrater valves and pumped to 200psi
$350 Spare wheel tire and mount
$300 Aftermarket Assassins clutch kit for the 30” tires
New belt and a spare
$350 Trail armor fender flares
$500 5,000lb Venom winch
$200 Brand new 4-point harnesses
$200 Front bumper
Lower door inserts
Street legal kit- yes, it was street legal in Texas at one point!
LED light bar
Two piece split windshield
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