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    Default Really nice Polaris 6x6 Big Boss - low miles

    2014 Polaris Big Boss 6x6 800 with tons of options and very low miles. Over sized 27" Mud lite tires, 3500 lb winch w/ synthetic rope, 12v outlet, hand and thumb warmers, front rack w/ fuel can rack, Very nice custom rear rack with 2 protected gun boots. This rack greatly increases the beds capacity and usefulness with lots of tie down points as well as safety in a rollover. This is a super clean rig that was very well maintained and always stored in garage. 663 miles. $8500 oboAlso have a snow plow and aluminum tilt trailer that can be worked into the deal. Will not sell them separately until the 6x6 sells.







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    Nice set up. Have you done any upgrades to the machine? Suspension and such?
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    It has the update for the swingarm bolts breaking but thats about it. Its been a really reliable machine. We are selling it to get a side by side with a few extra seats so we can get our daughter and grandson into the cabin.
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    I would be very interested, but with the road being built right past my remote cabins I wouldn't use it enough to justify the upgrade from my current Big Boss and X2.
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    Oh wow, sorry to hear about the road being built. I think I would sell our cabin if that happened...
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuntNphotos View Post
    Oh wow, sorry to hear about the road being built. I think I would sell our cabin if that happened...
    We sold one place that belonged to my brother thatwas close to the new road. Mine won't be visible from the road, and will still need to travel down an undeveloped trail to get to them, although not very far.
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    That wont be too bad then I guess
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    I should mention that this Big Boss was featured in the new Jim Shockey Arctic Oven tent commercial... ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeRoss View Post
    I would be very interested, but with the road being built right past my remote cabins I wouldn't use it enough to justify the upgrade from my current Big Boss and X2.
    Have they started the road already?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4merguide View Post
    Have they started the road already?
    4 plus miles are done.
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    Sold on Craigslist
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