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When it comes to the body of the Polaris General, changing the appearance is the most common alteration. Be it a dinged up or dented body panel, scratches, or simply a color you don’t like, there are a few ways to alter the exterior body of your General. Body wraps are always an option, but they’re not cheap. You can get a quality wrap done at most places for between $500-$900 depending on if it’s plain or has graphics on it. Painting your General is also an option if you want to change up the look of your machine. If you do it right, the paint will look good for sure, but it will scratch easier than a wrap does. Wraps will scratch do doubt, but they tend to resist scratches better. If you decide painting is the way to go and you want to do it yourself, make sure you add a flex additive to it. Start by first cleaning your rig, then wet sand the factory paint off. After it drys, hit it with a regular automotive base coat and a subsequent clear coat. If you’re primarily concerned about protecting your rig’s body, you could just bedline or plasticoat the whole thing. If you use Linex -- which is the best in our opinion, the protective coating will be extremely durable, but add a good amount of weight to your machine. Also, after lining your bike, you won’t be able to add any stickers or graphics. So this option is for those who are strictly focused on performance and functionality.