I just installed the Firestorm heater and used Peak Superior Lifetime Protection antifreeze. Protection is guaranteed for 10 years or 300k miles. It states that it's an "Advanced Universal Formula for all makes and models" and is compatible with all other antifreeze.
This is my first experience with it so I can't speak to performance. If you decide to go with it the labeling is very close to the other Peak products so read carefully. Below is the one I used.
With the approval of the wife, we upgraded to this 2019 BC crew. Already have a Gilomen tune and clutch kit ordered but putting some break in miles on it first. I loved the 900 but this should work better for us in the long run.
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I have recently bought a 2018 Polaris Ranger XP 1000 which looks to be in new condition, and only had 70 hours on it at purchase.
I have only done 10 hours on it since purchase, and now some issues have sprung up since taking it back to the dealer to get a spotlight fitted
to the roof. While it...
Sorry if this has already been asked but my ranger has about 600 miles and 230ish hours on it the belt is still original although havent really had any trouble with it was wondering what the average users belt life is? It still has stock tires and mostly 10 to 30 mph riding and it does get...
When I was looking at new Rangers this time last year and trying to decide between Polaris, Can-Am, and Honda, the reviews and info posted on this site was invaluable. With that in mind, I wanted to try to contribute with my own experiences thus far in the hopes that someone else may find it...
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