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RZR CVT cover swap.....whats best option???

I have a 2010 RZR S and I have been reading that the sportsman and ranger CVT covers are a direct sway and DO have a drain. Someone mentioned the duct diameter being different on some of them though?

Can anyone actually verify which specific one works?? They are only like 40 bucks, and it would be well worth it to me. I have done the velve stem/grizzly drain in the past, and I havent been please with them.


Can anyone verify ant of this info???

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