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View File 2018/2019 Polaris Sportsman XP 850/1000 Service Manual
This is the factory service manual for the 2018/2019 Polaris Sportsman XP 850/1000
Submitter colin james Submitted 08/01/2019 Category Polaris ATV
By colin james
View File 2017-2019 sportsman 450/570 with eps factory service manual
This is the factory service manual for the 2017-2019 factory service manual for the sportsman 450/570 with electronic power steering
Submitter colin james Submitted 09/06/2018 Category Polaris ATV
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My buddy and I decided to make the easy ride to the summit of Pelican Butte. The majority of the trails are flat graded roads but it is an impressive 3800' verticle climb to the summit.
Ready to go!
Several creek crossings on the way.
Still a little snow on the way up
The cinder in the soil causes the snow to look blood red this time of year.
Great views from the +8000' summit
On the way down we took a trail that has a little mud where we found two guys on sport quads having a tough time. My tire fell into a very deep rut and caused me to slowly roll over and crawl around in the mud.
A small group of us decided to brave the temperatures in the teens and go for a snow ride.
Only the third trip out on the new quad....need to break it in right.
The group shot.
The views did not disappoint
We went up the mountain until the snow just got too deep to continue and headed down. Dave busting trail for a while, the Polaris 850 Snow Machine.
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The Can-Am Renegade 800 with the ATR radials performed very well in the snow.
On a short steep hill we did a little tire comparison. Polaris 850 stock tires.
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Same rider 850XP with ITP Bajacross tires....big difference.
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Usually my ITP MudLites prove very effective in the snow but he was able to run circles around us with those tires. The Mudlites do well but when you loose momentum you dig, the Bajacross kept him moving forward.
It was a great trip, good powder, good friends and great views.
My buddy and I decided to make an early morning ride. We hit Stukel Mnt just south of town and made our way to the summit. It was cold up there, you could see your breath but the views are as great as ever.
Looking North toward town. It was neat to be at eye level with the clouds above the basin.
Making our way down we picked up a few geocaches.
Another cache site, great spot
High desert oasis
On the way back we had to test the waters in a hole.
Dave testing the waters.
Off camera I went a little deeper and picked up some salad.
We got a few other shots looking North toward town on the way back.
A great ride as always, looking forward to the next one.
It was cold and snowing but we decided to take a ride today.....typical end of may weather, snow and sunshine. ;D We had an experienced group so we did not stop very often for pictures.
We had to stop and shed some layers.
Half way up we made another stop. It was pretty neat to see the snow line from last night in the trees behind us.
Yes it is still cold.
Looks like a good place to stop for lunch. The fire felt great!!
We took a rocky trail to the top that we haven't been on in a few years....it was defiantly fun and awarded us with a partially blocked view due to the weather.
It looks like they logged this area of the trail recently.
We had a great trip, we rode a hard 30mi in everything from sun to snow.
I am ready for the next one.
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