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Ranger XP900 Front Brush Guards with Winch Mount

 Fits: 2013 Ranger XP900 (not RZR XP900) P/N: EMP-11899 Add style and function to the front of your Ranger XP900 with this brush guard.  Mount your winch on top keeping it up high out of the mud and water.  No more bending over to reach your cable.  Designed in CAD, Laser Cut, and CNC Formed to insure a perfect fit.     Replaces your stock front Brush Guard.    All Welds Ground Smooth.    Texture Powder Coated for Superior Protection.    Laser Cut and CNC Formed Insure a perfect fit.    1-1/2" Diameter Stinger Tube.    Made from 1/8 inch thick American Steel.    Two Winch Bolt Patterns (3" deep  x 4.875" wide and 4" deep  x 6" wide, for regular and wide spool winches).    Made In Cleveland Ohio.If you would like to mount a winch and lights.  You can use our light brackets P/N 10559 to mount the lights on the stinger tube. $389.99

Field Tested - The 2012 Polaris Ranger XP 800

The Machine that Changed the Game
Written By: 
John Arens

No machine has played a bigger role or has had more impact for a wider variety of owners than the Polaris Ranger.  Before the Ranger, John Deere’s Gator and Kawasaki’s Mule were about the only choice for any serious, work capable utility vehicle.  Both the Gator and the Mule were solid performers on the farm or the job site, but weekend recreation was not their domain or even much of a consideration.  The new Ranger, however, offered the ability to haul everything from bricks to hay bales all week and camping, hunting, or fishing gear all weekend.

Farm & Field Tested - The Polaris Ranger 500 EFI

Smaller Pacakage - Big Performance
Written By: 
John Arens, Moxie Karasek, and Rick Engel

There are companies that have a knack for finding opportunities in the market and then building a product to fill it. The Disney people never build a ride without a movie, toys, and a happy-meal to go with it, and in the powersports world, Polaris has always managed to find that untapped group of potential riders that didn’t quite find what they needed with existing models. Since the Side x Side market is relatively new, it’s been the habit of most manufacturers to concentrate on their top of the line models.

Best Recreational Class Side-x-Side of 2011

The Polaris Ranger XP 800
Written By: 
John Arens

We’ve called the Polaris Ranger XP 800 your best dog, best shotgun, best pickup, and best hunting camp all rolled into one. Out of all the Side x Sides on the market today, it would be the one that fits the needs of the average hunter, homeowner, and hard working recreational rider perfectly. It’s not the fastest, lightest, or most powerful, but it is certainly one of the absolute best and we count on one every day.

Curtis Industries PathPro SS Cab System for Polaris Ranger 800 Crew

Features include both functionality and versatility
Worcester, Massachusetts, October 20, 2011 –– Curtis Industries LLC has a new addition to its line of cab systems for the Polaris Ranger.  The new PathPro SS cab system for the Polaris Ranger 800 Crew UTV offers functionality, versatility and value.Because this vehicle is used in a multitude of applications, the new PathPro SS cab system’s rugged design will withstand a host of obstacles.  Its main feature is the interior, offering almost 100% panoramic visibility, allowing the driver easy access to see in all directions with limited view obstructions.


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