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Well, negotiations for this sled began in late February, and it was officialy mine on April 18th. It's a brand new, leftover 2006 Polaris SwitchBack 900, with a full warranty, all factory updates done. So far, I had the dealership stud it, and they tossed in the 3211115 belt as well as a cover. I've installed SLP push and torque arms, SLP hot air eliminators on both sides, and I'm waiting for the Fire'n'ice airbox. Clutches have also been re-balenced.


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Nice buy.....you going to make the SF ride this year?
 

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I'm not sure if I'll be healed up by then...I would if I could though!
 

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That's a lot of track for central Wisconsin....the no snow vortex.
 

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I actually ride in northern Wisconsin and the UP. Even then, it's still probably too much sled!
 

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I almost bought one of those.. But I got the '05 800 touring sled instead, because I didn't think the wife would appreciate riding on the back of that.
 

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Nice score man! Looks like its got all the famous Liberty 900cc things cleared up. If I were you I would look into an anti-vibration bar riser. And maybe a light weight front-end kit. Either way that is a great sled! What size lug is on it?
 

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Dragon700 said:
Nice score man! Looks like its got all the famous Liberty 900cc things cleared up. If I were you I would look into an anti-vibration bar riser. And maybe a light weight front-end kit. Either way that is a great sled! What size lug is on it?
I was looking into the Holz Racing spindles, and then most likely with the radiator delete. That ought to lighten her up a tad. I'd like to see exactly how bad the vibes are before any anti-vibe stuff. The track is factory 1 1/4".
 

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your gunna love it rebel i got the same machine! no studs for me though i like to pitch her sideways in the corners!
 
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