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2012 Polaris RZR 800 EFI named “Reptar” - $7,000 (Woolwich)

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7 Carriage Lane near Old Stage Road

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vehicle type: side-by-side/utv
condition: good
odometer: 5560
We are selling our 2012 Polaris RZR 800 EFI named “Reptar”. We bought it for last year's riding season to see if we liked the sport. We do. We bought a newer 2016 RZR 900S last Fall. The previous owners of this machine did not show it much love and we put a TON of work into it last year. It also spent the winter at the local Technical High School in the Outdoor Power Sports shop being checked out and repaired. It is now ready for the trails as your reliable side by side. There are no known mechanical issues. The machine has 5,560 miles and 741 hours on it.

The machine has many extras installed:
Upgraded radiator
Winch
Upgraded exhaust
Lift kit and oversize tires
Enclosed steel cab with glass windshield and full steel doors with glass windows
Lexan rear window (new and clear)
LED light bar front and LED spot lights rear
Dual batteries
Thermal resistor relocation mod

Here is a list of the new parts / repairs done to it in the last year:
OEM Drive belt with old one as a spare
Front tires
Thermostat, temp sensor, coolant
Wireless winch control, new winch relay, and new power cables for winch
Extended mud flaps
12v and ground busses behind driver's seat and 12v power socket
Cut off switch for accessory power bus
Replaced all relays and rewired accessories with new switches
Added whip light mounts and switch
Throttle cable, exhaust gasket, wheel bearings, radiator and coolant
Rear brake lines and brake pads all around
Roll bar storage bag between seats
Rear view and side view mirrors
Tune up, oil change, and alignment

Known issues:
The passenger seat bottom has rips at the seams, I patched it with Gorilla tape.
The plastic body panels are rough and the stock decals are peeling




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