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    My wife wants a new Ranger 900 EPS for Mother's Day. Stopped by HP Wasilla yesterday and pretty sure we're going to get the Browning Camo one. Going to just go all out and get pretty much all the comfy options. Just curious what they hit you for on destination charges. Is it fairly easy to put on the A-Arm guards and brush guards etc...? Pretty mechanically inclined, just don't want to deal with PITA stuff. Thanks!
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    Might be different now but HPP didn't use to charge to install accessories you bought at time of sale

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    excav8tr is correct. I just purchased one this week and there is no charge for installation of accessories at the time of purchase. It does cause it to take a little longer to get it due to the time of year and the number of rides they are working on.

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    So we pulled the trigger on the Ranger XP 900 Browning LE. We got the LX Cab system, Extreme Brush Guard (Front), Full size heater, windshield wiper, replaced wire cable with synthetic, winch remote, lock n ride bed extender and ITP Mud Lite 27" tires. Should be ready to pick up about the 4th. Wife is happy soooo...
    When the HOGS show up, somethins gonna DIE!!!
    Blood Sport
    32' Custom Wooldridge
    MMSI #: 338181573

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