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Old 08-21-2018, 06:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Best fix it kit for polaris 850.

We all know it's coming and going to be needed. Who's going to offer the best one?

I assume the fix it kits are in production to be ready once the 850's get a couple hundred miles on them.
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RK tech, and indy dan will probably be the first to market
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Old 08-21-2018, 07:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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The ski doo 850 fix kit is already in production . It’s called the Polaris 850.
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....somebody is counting the chickens before they have hatched. Time will tell if the Poo 850 sleds have LESS problems on their introductory 1st year than did the Rotax 850 sleds.
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Was just joking snappy I don’t usually take part in brand warfare just couldn’t pass that one up.
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I hope Poo has ZERO probs with the sled, as it will push the other Mfgs to make a better product. Nothin ruins a sleddin season like a new sled that sucks,,,,
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Time will tell but let's face it nobody no matter what brand they ride needs a first year sled that's problematic. Not good for the owner, manufacturer, sledding buddy's with them when it breaks and most of all the sport in general. God knows our numbers are getting smaller and the last thing anyone needs is badly engineered new sled. So here's hoping all is great and everyone that gets one enjoys it.
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I never saw a fix kit that actually fixed anything. Marketing at its finest!
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