For those who live in cold climates, a Polaris Ranger Heater is one of the most beneficial aftermarket accessories you can install on your machine. Not only can polaris General cab heaters and defroster kits keep fog, frost, and ice off of your windshield, but they can even heat up cabs with half doors or no doors at all. With options for vents both above and below the dash, you can blast heat at your face while simultaneously thawing out your frozen toes. Polaris’ heating system is relatively simple to install, but it does take a bit of time and technical know-how. For this reason, universal plug-n-play heaters for all-weather driving -- like the Polaris General 1000 Cab Heater by Moose -- have proliferated to become the go-to systems for both novice and experienced riders alike.
Whether you install a Polaris Ranger heater kit by yourself at home or have it put in by your local dealership, be sure to check the tube system. If the heating tubes are bent or crushed, their throughput will be restricted, resulting in a lower airflow, less warmth from the vents, and a colder cab or frostier windshield. If you go on winter hunting trips, have a cabin in the hills, or just enjoy riding when its cold outside, a UTV heater can be a literal life saver. And if you use your Polaris General as a winter work vehicle, a quality heating system is one of those must-have accessories to help you get the job done without succumbing to frostbite or hypothermia.