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Below is information on a Polaris Pro snowmobile recall. If you or a family member has been injured by one of the recalled snowmobiles listed below, you can contact our lawyers, including our lead attorney Fred Pritzker, for a free consultation here.
Recalled Units: About 82 snowmobiles have been recalled.
Manufacturer: The manufacturer of the recalled snowmobiles is Polaris Industries Inc., of Medina, Minnesota.
Hazard: The bolt attaching the front, lower left shock can fail and cause the operator to lose control of the vehicle. This poses a serious hazard of personal injury or wrongful death.
Incidents/Injuries: According to Polaris, there have been no incidents or reports of incidents or injuries.
Description: The recall involves 2013 Polaris Pro-RMK 600 and 800 snowmobiles. The snowmobiles come in red, white and black. “Pro-RMK” is on the lower right and left sides of the hood. The engine size and the letters “ES” or the words “Limited Edition” are on the upper right and left sides of the hood. The numbers “155” or “163” are on the rear of the tunnel. “Polaris” appears on the sides of the seat. The model number and serial number can be found on the right hand side of the tunnel below the seat. This recall includes the models listed below:
- 600 PRO RMK 155 – MODEL# S13CG6GSA
- 800 PRO RMK 163 – MODEL# S13CH8GSA
- 800 PRO RMK 163 ES – MODEL# S13CH8GSL
Sold at: The recalled snowmobiles were sold at Polaris Snowmobile dealers nationwide from August 2012 through October 2012 for between $10,800 and $12,500.
Remedy: If you own one of these snowmobiles, you may have been contacted about this recall. Consumers should immediately stop using the vehicles. If no one has been injured on the snowmobile, you can contact any Polaris snowmobile dealer to schedule a free repair. If someone has been injured or killed while riding this snowmobile, you should contact an attorney at our law firm immediately. We have handled many accident cases just like yours and will help you obtain the compensation you deserve.