Polaris Ranger Rear View Mirror and Side Mirror Buyers Guide
The ability to see behind you when driving is extremely useful. And while you can turn your head or invest in a rear view camera, the latter is prohibitively expensive and the latter is literally a pain in the neck. The solution: Polaris Ranger Mirrors. Be it a set of side UTV mirrors or a suction-mounted rear view mirror, there is no better way to keep tabs on your convoy or watch your six than some Polaris Ranger Mirrors. But which mirrors should you get for your Ranger? We’ll tell you!Continue reading →
Wisconsin Trail Guide: The Ultimate Resource For Off-Roading In Southern, Central, And Northern Wisconsin
From the year-round, dual-use, ATV/Snowmobile trails of Wisconsin’s Iron County in the north, to the beautiful cheese trails around Monroe and Lafayette County in the south, Wisconsin is really ahead of the game with its state-wide trail system. Grant county ATV maps are available for free from the county, just give them a call at: 608-822-3501 or email email@example.com to request an official printed map. A lot of local businesses have trail maps as well. Many UTV roads and trails in Wisconsin won’t be on any gps software, so you’ll be glad if you stop at a gas station or local establishment for a good old fashioned map. If you’re riding in Wisconsin for the first time, make sure you have registered your machine with the state. The website to do that is GOWild.com. But enough of the bureaucratic BS, let’s jump into the pest places to ride a UTV in Wisconsin. Continue reading →
This entry was posted in Trail Guide on March 18, 2019 by Everything Polaris Ranger.
Polaris Ranger Winch Buyer’s Guide: What You Need To Know When Shopping For A UTV Winch
Warn, KFI, Superwinch, SuperATV, there are more Polaris Ranger UTV winch brands than I can count. So which winch should you go with for your side-by-side? That’s a question we get asked all the time, so we figured we’d write a little bit about our views on the best and most practical Polaris Ranger winches. Continue reading →
This entry was posted in EPR Buyers Guide on March 11, 2019 by Everything Polaris Ranger.
With nearly 1000 cubic centimeters of displacement in it’s 4-stroke, twin cylinder, DOHC engine, a stock ground clearance of 13 inches, and a payload capacity of 1,500 pounds, the 2019 edition of the Polaris Ranger XP 1000 is a force to be reckoned with. It is a versatile machine that, like most side-by-sides, has both pros and cons for domain-specific applications. With a few aftermarket modifications, however, the 2019 Polaris Ranger XP 1000 and it’s larger crew cousin can tackle whatever terrain you may encounter.Continue reading →