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Well thought id share the last year and half of owning our Polaris Ranger Northstar Crew here in Northern British Columbia, Canada.

We use our rig for camping, hunting, hauling firewood, backwood mountain exploring and anything and everything in between. Pushing 5000km on it, the machine has been rock solid.

Enjoy the pile of pics.
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Damn nice area to be able to roam and very innovative field jack. More track pictures please. Can’t wait for just enough snow to get to play around with mine again.
 

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Damn nice area to be able to roam and very innovative field jack. More track pictures please. Can’t wait for just enough snow to get to play around with mine again.
Thanks! Im originally from ontario, but this province, northern b.c specifically is one of the most beautiful places in the world in my opinion. It has so much to explore, so much that you'd never see on a flyer or some travel guide.

I forgot the jack that day but had the chainsaw and tire iron lol, so ghetto red alder tree jack it was. did the job, just sketchy-- " do not shake the ranger for 2 minutes " lol.

More track pics above, more to come as the season continues. Camso tracks going through four - six feet of heavy wet packing snow at 2000 meters of elevation and only pushing 4500 rpm on 20 - 30 degree switch backs. super impressed with the tracks.
 

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Well thought id share the last year and half of owning our Polaris Ranger Northstar Crew here in Northern British Columbia, Canada.

We use our rig for camping, hunting, hauling firewood, backwood mountain exploring and anything and everything in between. Pushing 5000km on it, the machine has been rock solid.

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Thank you for sharing! I can't wait to get back out there, myself. I dig those snow tires, too.
 

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Thanks! Im originally from ontario, but this province, northern b.c specifically is one of the most beautiful places in the world in my opinion. It has so much to explore, so much that you'd never see on a flyer or some travel guide.

I forgot the jack that day but had the chainsaw and tire iron lol, so ghetto red alder tree jack it was. did the job, just sketchy-- " do not shake the ranger for 2 minutes " lol.

More track pics above, more to come as the season continues. Camso tracks going through four - six feet of heavy wet packing snow at 2000 meters of elevation and only pushing 4500 rpm on 20 - 30 degree switch backs. super impressed with the tracks.
Do you live in heaven??? loved the oictures
 

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Do you live in heaven??? loved the oictures
haha pretty much, northern british columbia.

here are some more pics from the past holiday season.

ranger going through 3-4 feet of fresh powder snow on top of a few feet of snow. i just stay in low gear and cruise, never done the high gear in tracks, as afraid of breaking something lol
 

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haha pretty much, northern british columbia.

here are some more pics from the past holiday season.

ranger going through 3-4 feet of fresh powder snow on top of a few feet of snow. i just stay in low gear and cruise, never done the high gear in tracks, as afraid of breaking something lol
All your pics are fantastic I’m jealous
 

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Can I ask what you used to mount your gps screen up by your mirror area? Wondering if I can get it to work for my fishfinder for ice fishing. Are your 3 front lights Baja design? Which ones if so? Happy with them ? AWESOME PICS. Thanks for sharing
 
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