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Congratulations! I really like the Blue. They didn't offer it in 2021 when I bought my Tracker 800 LE(Camo) After having it 1 year, this machine is everything I had hoped for. I have added a few accessories(2 rear facing spotlights(for plowing), Rear Bumper, Side view mirror, Tracker Snow Plow(I'm in MI), 3rd Brake light,Horn. I also added a solar panel to the roof (which is not visible)which helps charge the battery when outside. Not sure where you are located, but if you buy a plow, get the Tracker plow. It takes 1 minute to put it on and off. It is also built well.

Let me know ,as time goes on, how you like it or any issues.

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19 minutes ago, Dealin said:

Congratulations! I really like the Blue. They didn't offer it in 2021 when I bought my Tracker 800 LE(Camo) After having it 1 year, this machine is everything I had hoped for. I have added a few accessories(2 rear facing spotlights(for plowing), Rear Bumper, Side view mirror, Tracker Snow Plow(I'm in MI), 3rd Brake light,Horn. I also added a solar panel to the roof (which is not visible)which helps charge the battery when outside. Not sure where you are located, but if you buy a plow, get the Tracker plow. It takes 1 minute to put it on and off. It is also built well.

Let me know ,as time goes on, how you like it or any issues.

Thanks. Picked it up, towed it to where I work and installed the trail kit I ordered with it. I’m in Illinois, however I’m taking it to my property up north in Wisconsin. Hopefully next month I’ll take it there

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I have a 2020 800 Sx Crew. One of the 1st 2500 sold. I'm a founding member of the Tracker Club. Love my machine. I just bought LED headlights for it and a pair of LED Spot lights for the side. Had a 12 Inch light bar put on when I bought it. I'm looking to get a plow. I'll have to check out the Tracker plow. I was leaning towards a Boss V Plow to do driveways. 

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