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Old 05-23-2009, 09:09 PM   #1
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Polaris 800X2 in a BC?

Will a Polaris X2 fit in a BC with the door closed?
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Old 05-23-2009, 09:14 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forums.
Whether a Polaris X2 will fit in a BC depends on what a Polaris X2 and BC are. Where I come from, a Polaris is a snowmobile, and BC is a province in Canada.
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800 X2 is an ATV = http://images.trader.ca/autotrader/1....jpg.fpx?large

I don't recall quite that much room in there. What's your length and width? We do have a number of Basecamp owners on the boards.
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It is 93" long and 48" wide.
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Old 05-24-2009, 07:41 AM   #5
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Polaris X2 & BC

The printed adds for the BC showed at ATV loaded on board. I've loaded a large motorcycle on board. Length was no problem, but it required some patience and body flexibility when anchoring to the floor mounts an either side of the bike.

You also can remove the galley which would give much great length. I've not needed to do that, but it's an option. Then you lose the sink and burner.
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After looking at the pics again, it appears that with the bunks stored up, there should be enough room.

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Old 05-24-2009, 02:13 PM   #7
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The actual floor on the BC is 54 inches between the wheel wells, and 80 inches from the galley to the start of the ramp. You've got another 2 feet or so of rear ramp, but I would suggest you put a piece of plywood between the edges of the floor/ramp ledge, as the door is not meant to carry much load. We had one latch fail and it is just luck that the whole back ramp didn't fall...

The picture in the ads appears to be a large Can-Am ATV, which is likely in the same size range as your X2.
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