High Lifters Polaris Sportsman 700 Radiator Relocation Kit for 2005-2008 Models ensures your ATV is mud-ready all the time without the need to constantly stop to cool off your engine from a clogged radiator.
Nothing kills a ride worse than mud in the radiator. Your ATV is not quite broke, but it isn’t running either. You and your buddies have to keep stopping over and over for you to cool off. Keep your radiator clean and your engine cool with High Lifter’s Signature Radiator Relocation Kit designed especially for riders who love those deep mud holes.
The High Lifter research and design team knows that stock radiators were engineered to perform in a wide range of harsh conditions and terrains. The only condition manufacturers didn’t design for was mud completely stopping up the cooling fins. By relocating the radiator to the front rack, you can keep it free of mud and easily access the radiator for rinsing and cleaning.
· Heavy-duty 12-gauge steel
· Wrinkle black powder coat finish
· Kits include additional hose, mounting brackets, and all hardware
· Keeps radiator out of the mud
· Keeps the motor cool
· Makes cleaning and maintenance easier
· User-friendly installation instructions
· Complete kit with no additional hardware required
2005-06 Polaris Sportsman 700
2005-07 Polaris Sportsman 700 EFI
2008 Polaris Sportsman 700 X2 EFI
Heavy-duty relocation kits are mounted between 40-50 degrees (depending on the make and model) to deflect debris. The shrouds and mounting rack are made of 12-gauge steel and powder-coated in wrinkle black to look good on any ATV. The precision-cut High Lifter logo on the shroud makes your ATV stand out in any crowd. If you already have snorkels, some rerouting may need to be done. If you don’t already have snorkels, there is still plenty of room on the front rack to locate them in a variety of combinations.
This kit provides easy access to the radiator cap so you can maintain fluid levels with minimum hassle.
⚠ California Proposition 65 Warning ⚠
WARNING: This product may contain a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm.