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Polaris Ranger XP 1000 & Ranger Crew XP 1000 8” Portal Gear Lift

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Part Number:101-SATV-Portal-Ran1000-8"

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Polaris Ranger XP 1000 & Ranger Crew XP 1000 8” Portal Gear Lift 

FITMENT:

•Polaris Ranger XP 1000 : 2017
•Polaris Ranger XP 1000 Crew : 2017-2018
•Polaris Ranger 1000 Diesel : 2015+
•Polaris Ranger 1000 Diesel Crew : 2015+
•Polaris Ranger Fullsize XP 570 : 2015-2016
•Polaris Ranger Fullsize XP 570 Crew : 2015-2016
•Polaris Ranger XP 900 : 2013+
•Polaris Ranger XP 900 Crew : 2014+

The Portal Advantage 
Ready to push the limit on your Polaris Ranger XP 1000? Then we’ve got the lift for you — an 8” Portal Gear Lift gives you clearance and torque for monster tires. It maintains perfect axle geometry and gives you a 45% gear reduction to take stress off your driveline. It’s the ultimate lift to take your UTV from mild to way beyond wild. It’s Gear Driven Performance that can’t be beat. 

NEW to 8” Portals 
Our 8” portals for the Ranger feature a 1.5” forward and rear offset. This gives you room for bigger tires—up to 34” without any other modifications. 

The drive gear now seals internally against the housing, not the axle. Even if your axle is dirty, dinged up, or otherwise well-used, the drive gear still seals perfectly and keeps all contaminates out of your portal box. 

To ensure the rest of the box is sealed, we utilize a new O-ring gasket in a machined groove that keeps oil in and mud out, no matter how deep you go. 

45% Gear Reduction? 
The 45% gear reduction (1.82:1 gear ratio) lets you install monster tires and roll over obstacles like it’s a stock machine. The torque that reduction gives you saves your driveline. The portal box maintains your stock axle geometry so your axles last longer. And that means you don’t have to worry. Gear Driven Performance isn’t just about a gear ratio — it’s about riding hard, It’s about going bigger, and it’s about getting your torque back so you can take on anything. Just ride — that’s what Gear Driven Performance is all about.


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