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The Polaris General: Polaris’ latest and greatest flagship model. But is it lacking somewhat in terms of aftermarket accessories? Having only come out in 2015 -- compared to 1997 for the Polaris Ranger and 2007 for the Polaris RZR -- there haven’t been that many Polaris Ranger General accessories to choose from… until now. There has been a Cambrian explosion in aftermarket accessories for the Polaris General. Companies like Super ATV, KFI, and Spike Powersports typically wait to determine market demand before investing heavily in R&D for their products. But thankfully, the wait is up, and the aftermarket Polaris General ecosystem has caught up with that of its older brothers. Whether your looking for a complete tuner with a full system exhaust and clutch replacement, a Polaris General windshield, or Polaris General doors, Everything Polaris Ranger is your go-to destination for Polaris General aftermarket accessories.
We know lift kits are all the rage these days, which is why we offer the best Polaris General lift kits and lift-related accessories. And what better to complement your new lift kit than stronger axles, larger aftermarket tires, and a set of protective a-arm guards. Want some Polaris General doors? We’ve got em’. Feel like a Polaris General bumper is what you need for that added bit of safety? We’ve got those too. It doesn’t matter if you’re rocking a General, a General 1000, or a General 4 1000, we can help make your next ride your best ride with a complete suite of Polaris General aftermarket accessories.
Whether you use your Polaris General for work purposes, family leisure, or as an adult toy, almost every Polaris General owner will benefit from some aftermarket UTV accessories. With products from reputable manufacturers like SuperATV, Highlifter, Turner, Wild Boar, and many more, Everything Polaris Ranger has the gear to set you up for success on the trail. From UTV lifts and aftermarket side-by-side clutches to custom Polaris General snorkel kits, whatever you need to accessorize your Polaris General, rest assured we’ve got it. If you didn’t opt for the Ride Command model which comes with a factory radio, an MTX soundbar is highly suggested to keep you rockin on the trail. A 42-inch light bar and dual 4-inch backup lights will keep the boogeyman at bay during the night, and heated seats, winches, and blinkers will all make life easier when riding.
But with all these electrical accessories, you might be asking yourself how you’ll keep all this stuff powered. There is a limit to the max output of the generator, and most of the big-draw accessories run directly to the battery. So with enough Polaris General accessories, your electrical system may not be able to keep up. However don’t fret, because at Everything Polaris Ranger, we’ve got what it takes to power any and all Polaris General accessories. For instance, a dual battery set-up under the seat using two deep cycle Optima batteries can run three 1800-watt amps, four light bars, a 5,000-pound winch, two variable speed roof fans, and enough interior lighting to look like a UFO… with power to spare. You can also go with a Polaris General battery isolator kit and wire your unit up in a basic parallel set-up. Needless to say, whether you’re rocking a sound roof with two amps pushing sixteen eight-inch speakers and two twelve-inch subs or running a high powered aftermarket Polaris heater with your hazard lights on, powering your Polaris General accessories should be the least of your worries.
Aside from the typical Polaris General accessories like lock-n-ride tip-out glass windshields and monster lift kits, there are a variety of other handy/cool gadgets and accessories for the General that may not be compulsory but sure make riding better. Phone mounts, for instance, like those by Ram Mount and Mob Armor are nice, and so are rapid phone chargers. There are also Polaris General throttle comfort and control devices to help Polaris General owners ride without throttle surge or leg, foot, and ankle fatigue. They work great while you’re out exploring the terrain -- especially on whoops and bumps.