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    Default Re: Polaris Sportsman

    Thanks moship. Polaris wants $32.00 for a filter and two quarts of oil. And I thought kubota parts were expensive!
    I used to do the Hokey Pokey but I turned myself around.

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    Default Re: Polaris Sportsman

    Glad I could help.

    I found Wix's website to be very informative. Also keep in mind Napa part numbers drop the first number from Wix's part number.

    Have a nice Thanksgiving!
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    Default Re: Polaris Sportsman

    Quote Originally Posted by whistlepig View Post
    Thanks moship. Polaris wants $32.00 for a filter and two quarts of oil. And I thought kubota parts were expensive!
    $39.95 up here, now I buy AC filters when I get my truck filters, and RP 0W40.
    Thanks,

    Will


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    Default Re: Polaris Sportsman

    Sometimes when I go to a parts counter at a dealer and I ask for a price I then look behind me when the price is quoted. Then I look back at the person at the counter and say "Are you talking to me?" Scary, but most times they say yes.
    I used to do the Hokey Pokey but I turned myself around.

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    Default Re: Polaris Sportsman

    Quote Originally Posted by whistlepig View Post
    Polaris wants $32.00 for a filter and two quarts of oil.
    Like VINCE above, I buy all parts online, and I buy lots of parts. I still pick up my oil locally.

    That said, I bought my first Polaris a few weeks ago, and it is also my first ATV with a
    spin-on filter, my first Taiwan-built ATV, and my first quad that calls for 0W40 synthetic
    oil. (I have had all major brands of ATV, except BRP.)

    I bought 3 filters from a guy on eBay for $20, and a couple of quarts of Mobil 1 at
    Kragen's for $9/qt. That oil is spendy, tho less than the Polaris brand.

    For $32, you did not do too bad, actually.

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    Default Re: Polaris Sportsman

    Try Filter 1 they sell WIX and will ship fpr free if you buy enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfkrug View Post
    Like VINCE above, I buy all parts online, and I buy lots of parts. I still pick up my oil locally.

    That said, I bought my first Polaris a few weeks ago, and it is also my first ATV with a
    spin-on filter, my first Taiwan-built ATV, and my first quad that calls for 0W40 synthetic
    oil. (I have had all major brands of ATV, except BRP.)

    I bought 3 filters from a guy on eBay for $20, and a couple of quarts of Mobil 1 at
    Kragen's for $9/qt. That oil is spendy, tho less than the Polaris brand.

    For $32, you did not do too bad, actually.
    What model did you buy? Nothing with a Polaris emblem is built in Tiawan.
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    Default Re: Polaris Sportsman

    For my last oil change (Sportsman 700) I bought a Fram filter from the local Farm & Fleet store plus 2 quarts of Mobil 1 synthetic. Less than $20 total cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamBos View Post
    What model did you buy?
    I bought a 2005 Polaris Phoenix 200, which is made by Aeon Motor Co of Tainan
    City, Taiwan. This is a current model sporty ATV from Polaris, and shares drivelines with
    the Polaris Sawtooth utility quad. The Sawtooth does not seem to be offered any
    more.

    Aeon Motors has been around since 1998 and makes M/Cs, ATVs, and SxS UTVs.

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