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discovery4us

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Posted: 06/13/19 11:02am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Very nice. We absolutely love our 800 rzr. I am jealous of the fact you can ride right out of the driveway. Haven't done much to ours in the way of upgrades but we added doors and love them.

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I don't want to be the bearer of bad news, and hopefully this isn't, but you might want to bring your Rzr in for an inspection and recall check. Over the past handful of years, Polaris has had a lot of different recalls, some being very serious and "Stop Ride" notices. I do not recall the 570 having the serious fire issues... but be safe and make sure everything is checked out first. Should also be fairly easy for you to have your exact model/VIN researched to know if there are any missing recalls.

Again, sorry if this seems like I'm raining on your parade as it's not meant to, just be safe!


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Posted: 06/13/19 01:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

RedRocket204 wrote:

I don't want to be the bearer of bad news, and hopefully this isn't, but you might want to bring your Rzr in for an inspection and recall check. Over the past handful of years, Polaris has had a lot of different recalls, some being very serious and "Stop Ride" notices. I do not recall the 570 having the serious fire issues... but be safe and make sure everything is checked out first. Should also be fairly easy for you to have your exact model/VIN researched to know if there are any missing recalls.

Again, sorry if this seems like I'm raining on your parade as it's not meant to, just be safe!
Why would this be bad news? You bring it to a dealer, they fix it, no charge end of story. Wouldn't stop me from buying one.

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B.O. Plenty wrote:

RedRocket204 wrote:

I don't want to be the bearer of bad news, and hopefully this isn't, but you might want to bring your Rzr in for an inspection and recall check. Over the past handful of years, Polaris has had a lot of different recalls, some being very serious and "Stop Ride" notices. I do not recall the 570 having the serious fire issues... but be safe and make sure everything is checked out first. Should also be fairly easy for you to have your exact model/VIN researched to know if there are any missing recalls.

Again, sorry if this seems like I'm raining on your parade as it's not meant to, just be safe!
Why would this be bad news? You bring it to a dealer, they fix it, no charge end of story. Wouldn't stop me from buying one.

B.O.


Well, you're right as it's a safety thing but I didn't want to come off as "raining on his/her parade". But the other thing to know is that there have been some continued issues with Polaris finding an acceptable fix for the overheating problems which has resulted in very lengthy "Stop Ride" notices. A friend has had that with his Rzr 900.

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No worries and thanks for your concern. This one has been maintained by the local dealer since day one and the original owner popped for the 5 year extended warranty - 2.5 years of which is still running and for a $50 fee I can transfer the coverage. The seller took $50 off of his price to cover that cost for me.

Just finished installing the plate as I got it registered today. Registratioin cost me a whopping $46.50 and there is no sales tax o n private party transactions in Arizona...Ya gotta love that!

I am now legal on or off road anywhere in the US and have added another handicapped plate to my collection {I have the worst knee in Arizona}.

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Nice rzr and great setup!


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discovery4us wrote:

Very nice. We absolutely love our 800 rzr. I am jealous of the fact you can ride right out of the driveway. Haven't done much to ours in the way of upgrades but we added doors and love them.



I finally got out and rode over to Rail X Ranch which is just 1.5 miles from my driveway. At 0830 it was deserted and I rode for 10 miles to the base of the Tortillita mountains without seeing a soul.

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The main "road" for lack of a better term wanders through the high Sonoran Desert crossing at least a dozen washes and there are lots of small roads and two tracks that lead off in every direction so I will have a lot of exploring to do. It looks to be more than 100 square miles.

We are leaving in the morning hauling the RZR in the cargo trailer behind our Class C going up to the Mogollon Rim for 4 days. At 7,700' it should be nice and cool and there about a dozen lakes to found down the many Forrest Service dirt roads for us to explore. Might even do the ride down to the tiny town of Young northeast of Roosevelt Lake.

Too much fun!

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* This post was edited 06/17/19 04:29pm by Desert Captain *

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