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Hello people. Just bought a new to me 2011 Polaris Ranger 500 efi side by side. Don't know to much about side by sides so I guess I will learn as I go. Live in  Nova Scotia and we still have snow here. Starting to warm up a little now so now we have snow and mud. Glad to be a member. Have a good one.

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