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Polaris ATV Service Manuals

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I recently purchased a 2001 Sportsman 500 and would love to get a download for the service manual. Thanks in advance.

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Hello Oxidized_Black. Thanks for the welcome message. I need the service manual for the 1997 Polaris Sportsman 500 4x4.

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Hello Oxidized_Black. Thanks for the welcome message. I need the service manual for the 1997 Polaris Sportsman 500 4x4.

this link is for the sportman 500 and xplorer 1996 - 2003

https://www.yousendit.com/download/TEhXWmd2YWI4Q1RIRHRVag

and this one for all polaris 1996 - 1998

https://www.yousendit.com/download/TEhXWmdxU1BGOFNKUmNUQw

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Looking for 2006 polaris sportsman efi x2 500 h/o manual or the yesr closest to not sure how often they changed their gear boxes Thanks

Regards

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Looking for 2006 polaris sportsman efi x2 500 h/o manual or the yesr closest to not sure how often they changed their gear boxes Thanks

Regards

all i have is a 2005 500 carburated and a 2007 700 and 800 efi ... i'll look around for you ....

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the 2005 should be good as this issue does not concern the efi or electrical system its more for a reference guide for me .

Thanks !!

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Hi all, just come across this forum and wondering if anybody has a manual for a 2000 Polaris 500 Scrambler 2x4 (auto) as mine has a serious knock when I open it up. Don't think it's in the engine but I would rather not pull the whole machine apart looking until i'm sure I can put it back together without any pieces left over. Thanks in advance and you all enjoy your day.

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Hi all, just come across this forum and wondering if anybody has a manual for a 2000 Polaris 500 Scrambler 2x4 (auto) as mine has a serious knock when I open it up. Don't think it's in the engine but I would rather not pull the whole machine apart looking until i'm sure I can put it back together without any pieces left over. Thanks in advance and you all enjoy your day.

all i have that would be close is an all models for 1996 - 1998 ...

https://www.yousendit.com/download/TEhXb2VCSU9iV3lGa2RVag

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Hello oxidized_black, I am a new member to this forum and this is my first post. My son just purchased a 2006 Polaris Predator 500 and was wondering if you had a manual for that one or something close to it. Thanks.

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Hello oxidized_black, I am a new member to this forum and this is my first post. My son just purchased a 2006 Polaris Predator 500 and was wondering if you had a manual for that one or something close to it. Thanks.

probably this is the closest, 500 outlaw ...

https://www.yousendit.com/download/TEhYQ1ZpeFVvQUxWUThUQw

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TAG : Lyle01 ... GatorHunter just posted a whack of manuals you can d-load for free. i made the thread sticky, so it's at the top of the polaris atv section ...

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Anybody have a manual for a 2000 Polaris Xpedition 425?

sorry, i don't have one Xpedition manual ... Xplorer's only (400cc)

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