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Look no further for your Polaris Ranger Crew bumper, guard, or brush guard -- Everything Polaris Ranger offers the highest quality options around! SuperATV, Bison, DragonFire Racing, EMP and more -- We've got all the top quality brands you've grown to trust! Your search for just the right bumper or brush guard option ends right here with our vast selection of sturdy, high-durability front bumpers, rear bumpers, bed rails, radiator guards and more! Increase the "cool factor" of your Polaris Ranger Crew by picking up tough-looking bumper or guard today!
Cruise in style by adding a front bumper, rear bumper or brush guard to your Polaris Ranger Crew before it's too late! No one wishes to experience the cost of damages caused by a front or rear crash, so why not protect your investment by installing a sturdy bumper or guard from Everything Polaris Ranger? Provide your rig the added durability, strength, and style of a true trail busting warrior by mounting a bumper or guard from one of our featured brands to your Polaris Ranger Crew UTV. You'll find fantastic options for the working man's machine too! Many of the bumpers offered have pre-determined winch mounting locations, providing a convenient spot to hook your 3500lb or 4500 lb winch. Regardless of whether you own a Polaris Ranger Crew 570, Polaris Ranger Crew 900, or a Polaris Ranger Crew 1000, we're confident you'll find just the right UTV front bumper, rear bumper, or brush guard for your individual needs!
A lot of people with the 2019 1000 Polaris Crew have reached out looking for rear bumper and brush guard recommendations, complaining about their disappointments with the Polaris rear bumper and how thin the metal is. While it does provide some protection, and definitely provides a little protection for the lights, it’s far from top-notch. Some have opted to beef up their Polaris Crew rear bumper with some rebar or square tubing on the back side in a bid to keep it looking clean while adding some strength.
Some might also consider fabbing up their own Polaris Crew bumper, which is definitely an option. But if you compare it to, say, the SuperATV bumper which goes for around $300, it might be easier to just click buy because it’s pretty labor intensive to fab up a bumper from scratch. We’ve also been asked if it’s possible to put a bumper for the old body style Polaris Ranger on the new Body style. And our answer, yes and no. SuperATV is one of the few aftermarket Polaris Ranger bumpers that fit on both the old and new body style.
A lot of people come to us on the hunt for a Polaris Crew rear bumper and winch setup. The Polaris Crew Badlands bumper with 5000lb winch comes highly recommended, but you may lose your ability to use your machine’s dump features. Looking to buy a front bumper with a winch plate for a 2017 1000 XP Crew? Well, Wild Boar ATV makes a good one for the 2018 570 Crew and pretty much all makes and models of Polaris Ranger. They even make some that come with a bar that goes around the headlights for added protection. If recovery is your aim, we’ve got many quality bumpers with spots to add shackles, pad eyes to affix chains or ropes, and many other tangible features.
We’ve also been asked if a stock front bumper off a 2018 1000 will fit a 2010 800 Crew? Our answer, No. They have different nose profile mounts. Although you could modify it to work if you can do some fabrication… Another question we frequently receive is if the stock Highlifter ranger bumper will fin on the 570 Full-Size Crew. Yes it will, but only the 2015 Full-Size, and that’s it.
We were recently contacted by a gentleman who just purchased a 2011 Ranger 800 Crew and was looking to recondition the roll cage and front brush guard due to small rust spots. He wanted advice about how to best remove the stock paint and rust to reseal and prevent future deterioration? So if you’re experiencing similar issues on your Polaris Crew bumper or brush guard, here is our advice. While you can sand it by hand or hit it with a sandblaster or handheld grinder/polisher, an easier way is to first mechanically clean the rust with a simple wire brush, then wrap it in newspaper or paper towel soaked with good ole’ cheap vinegar -- the mild acid in the vinegar works to break rust loose -- then cover everything with plastic wrap to control evaporation. Let it sit for 12 hours or so, clean with water, then spray it down with wd-40 and wipe clean. Finish it up with some primer, then tractor paint or the black spray in Berliner paint -- which matches the factory almost perfectly. And there you have it, a cheap and easy way to refinish your old Polaris Crew bumper.