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2018 Polaris Ranger XP1000 Northstar with tracks and plow - $27,500 (Queensbury)

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vehicle type: side-by-side/utv
condition: excellent
odometer: 2200
This is the second Ranger Northstar I’ve had, and as I’ve just purchased my 3rd it it is time to move this one along. Factory cab w/ windshield wiper/washer, heat, and A/C (Northstar model). I’ve used it for grooming personal cross country ski trails and hauling maple syrup out from our sugarbush for the past 6 years, mostly without the plow. No known issues. 295 hours on it. Camso 4S1 UTV tracks, winch with remote control, and fully hydraulic Glacier Pro plow (up / down and angle; does not use the winch to raise and lower, but still no down pressure) with extension for use with tracks (removable if you want to plow with tires instead). If you aren't growing trails it works great as a snowplow, especially with the traction the tracks offer. Front and rear LED lights, a headache rack, tool grippers, and of course tires for the summer that are almost brand new. It has been used primarily at 10mph or less ground speed with tracks on; the odometer is NOT corrected for this, which I feel is more honest anyway as those wheels have turned that many miles (kind of like running much smaller tires!). 2,200 miles (if I'd reprogrammed the instrument cluster I'd guess under 1,500 miles actually traveled). It has been stored inside, not run in salt (or anywhere near it!), and has a factory Polaris cover for transport. It is in very good shape, but being 6 years old with some miles on it I’m not going to claim it is perfect. I’ve taken pictures of what I see as the biggest flaws: 1). Plastic over the instrument cluster is cracked. This is a known issue apparently, but as it doesn’t impact anything other than cosmetics I’ve not replaced it. 2). The protection plate over the muffler is dented. I had a load of boards slide forward on a trailer when building a camp for my father in law. Doesn’t hurt anything, doesn’t rattle, but again it isn’t perfect so I’ll mention it. 3). The front A arm attachment points on the frame have been reinforced (this is actually a plus!) - one side started to tear out a bit so my dealer had the local shop that builds race cars redo it. That was in the first year of operation or so, no problems since. 4). Very bottom of the windshield is "foggy", you can't really see it from the inside, so just cosmetic. If you are looking to groom trails with it, be it cross country or snowmobile trails as it is all set to go (2 electric circuits to the rear (ginzu groomer knives and one track pan in my case)), if not there are two properly set up (relays) circuits. I have a track rebuild kit to go with the tracks - each spring I clean them, check the bearings, and put a little oil in with each one as recommended. Bearings that are questionable get replaced - the kit was meant to do all of them at once, but I’ve elected to use it as needed as I see no reason to replace bearings that still seem good to me. Original tool kit, manual, and Polaris “Title”, free and clear. Excellent condition for year / miles, Good / Very good if you are comparing it to brand new. Delivery possible depending on location and sale price.

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