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2021 Polaris Ranger xp1000 crew northstar premium stock wheels


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Hi 

I have this new bike arriving in a couple of weeks. Having trouble finding the oem wheel size and offset.

Need to know as i was hoping to order wheel and tire to carry as a spare,  hopefully can order one that will fit front and rear

 

thanks

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