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It's still mostly under snow but enough for me to see it's a XR. Before I talk to this guy, would I have any issues dropping my 03 Pro-X 800 motor? Thank you.
 

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i dont get how its under snow, but no problem with your motor fitting. Just you have to drill new motor mounts,
 

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I might reconsider buying from someone who lets their XR sit under snow all summer. Obviously they don't take care of their toys.
 

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jesse500 said:
i dont get how its under snow, but no problem with your motor fitting. Just you have to drill new motor mounts,
This is Barrow Alaska my friend, we still have ridable snow here. It's out of town but would take 10 minutes or less to get to. Well I can handle that, as soon as I heal anyway. Thanks for the info.
 

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Polaris_Parts_MN said:
I might reconsider buying from someone who lets their XR sit under snow all summer. Obviously they don't take care of their toys.
Again, this is Barrow Alaska my friend! [thumb] The native people here are literally handed everything so no one cares about anything. I wouldn't mind getting the same checks but there are many treasures here & I'm one of few that will knock on doors. I actually bought it for $800, well technically my fully tactical MK-99 (American version of the AK-47) 7.62x39mm for his sled & $700 cash. I checked it out & it's well worth it. My project just got much more involved, it'll be well worth it though.
 

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i agree w/ jesse new mounts is all u need.

i still cant believe u have snow there in JUNE![eek2]
 

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that wouldnt be too bad but i do like the summer months as well
 

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Well in town 80% is defrosted but there is riding not far out. It snows here in July sometimes, not enough to ride but snows none the less.
 
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