When it comes time to upgrade your Polaris side-by-side, a Polaris Ranger lift kit is one that can pay immediate and noticeable dividends. Raising the suspension doesn’t just give you more ground clearance; it gives you more tire clearance, too, allowing you to run bigger, beefier tires with more tread and contact patch. All of that equates to more off-road performance, enhancing your UTV’s ability to clear the most difficult terrain and not get stuck.
If you’ve ever been out for a ride well after the sun goes down, you know just how helpful a good Polaris Ranger light bar can be. In fact, we wouldn’t recommend that anyone go and ride at night without a quality light bar installed; it’s among the most essential bits of equipment in the UTV enthusiast’s arsenal, throwing light just where it’s needed to avoid hazards and clearly see the trail ahead. Lucky for you, the Polaris Ranger has plenty of usable real estate for mounting a light bar, with models ranging from 48 to 65 inches in width.
The Polaris Ranger is the most popular UTV on the market today, outselling every other model. Equally at home on the farm, jobsite or trail, Polaris Rangers are comfortable, quiet and just plain fun. The wide range of accessories available make it easy to customize your Ranger to fit your riding needs and personal style. Many of us have swapped out the stock Polaris Ranger tires and wheels for something with a tread pattern specialized to our specific riding needs, as well as a cooler look.
There is no denying the popularity of the Polaris Ranger UTV. It might be the best selling UTV in the industry and with that kind of popularity, there are an endless supply of accessories available for it. Everything from windshields to roofs to bumpers to storage…and a whole lot more. A popular add-on for many Ranger owners are a set of doors to replace the standard side netting restraints that come stock on most models. In this article we are going to look at the best Polaris Ranger doors and their features.