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Ranger XP 900 & 570 FS Discussions

This section is for discussions pertaining to the Full Size Ranger 900 & 570. These models share many components.
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  1. Pics of your 900 with diff tires!!!!!

    Ranger XP 900 & 570 FS Discussions
    Hey guys I was wondering if we could start a picture thread with the aftermarket tires u have on your 900!!! And also post the size tire and mods.... thanks
  2. What Did You Do With Your Ranger Today?

    Ranger Discussions
    I frequent a forum for RVs and was reading a similar thread that is now 61 pages long! SO.....what did 'you' do with your Ranger today? I topped off my anti-freeze and checked the motor oil :)
  3. 2018 Ranger 1000 XP Issues/Annoyances

    Ranger XP 1000 Discussions
    First off, let me say I really like the new machine. Overall, it was a huge upgrade from the 2011 800 XP. However, there are a few things that are bugging me about the unit and I'm hoping there may be some fixes: 1. The gear shifter issue (at least for me) is isolated to High gear. All the...
  4. What have you done to your Midsize today?

    Mid-Size Rangers
    With vendors coming out with new mods for the 400 maybe it's time to make a sticky! I'll start. Called Harry at Thunderhwawk Performance (forum Sponsor) ordered the rear strut brace for "Stormtroopers" Ranger 400. Seeing Stormtrooper is a young man and would never go rock climbing or mud...
  5. TPS adjustment

    Ranger Technical
    TPS Adjustment procedure Short Version.....adjusting the idle voltage (1) Find the yellow wire leading to the TPS and carefully pierce the insullation with the positive lead of your multimeter (make sure that you seal that bare spot when finished). If you want to do it "right" and not pierce...
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