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Hello friends,
As I've seen with other new machines I've owned in the past, my new Ranger needed to be topped-off after putting some miles on it. Polaris says this is normal and expected in the owners manual.
 

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I didn’t measure my ride height to compare, but a lot of folks claim that the springs sag. I’ve got 1060 miles on mine now, and I’ve wondered the same thing.
 

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That is always a good idea to check on new and older machine.. I carry about 8 oz of 50/50 mix in a small
plastic bottle. I keep it next to the Ranger fill location under the front hood to keep things topped off if I find
things low in the field.
 

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That is always a good idea to check on new and older machine.. I carry about 8 oz of 50/50 mix in a small
plastic bottle. I keep it next to the Ranger fill location under the front hood to keep things topped off if I find
things low in the field.
That's a good idea.
 
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