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Jason Welden

2007 Polaris Ranger XP 700 4x4 - 3500$

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This machine is in very, low mileage condition.

It has only 324 original miles and 212 engine hours of use.

This machine looks great.It has obviously never been wrecked or rolled.

It has no cracks in the plastics. It is a liquid cooled, 4-stroke, fuel injected twin cylinder beast of a utility vehicle with a fully automatic transmission.

The transmission has high and low range as well as reverse. It has four wheel independent suspension and on-demand 4 wheel drive meaning that when you need 4x4 you only have to flip a switch. When you don't need it you can turn it off and save gas.

For more information and photos please e-mail me at [email protected]

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