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2007 POLARIS RANGER 700 XP

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post-762-096238100 1290473046_thumb.jpg in excellent condition with 2825 miles and 576 hours on it. Completely serviced. 700 CC Liquid cooled twin cylinder engine with electronic fuel injection. Fully automatic transmission with HI/LO and reverse. Parking brake. Independent suspension for a very smooth ride. Shaft drive front and rear. Hydraulic brakes frond and rear. Push button four wheel drive woth posi locking differential. Speedometer with hourmeter, tripmeter, electric fuel gauge, gear position indicator , four wheel drive indicator, tachometer , electric clock and full onscreen diagnostic dispaly. For more information and photo please e-mail me at [email protected]

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