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Find great Hunting Accessories for your Polaris Ranger Crew here at Everything Polaris Ranger! Hunters, trap shooters, and firearms enthusiasts alike understand that properly securing your firearm for UTV transport is an extremely important part of being a responsible gun owner! Don't just toss your firearm on the seat of your side by side or in the bed of your Polaris Ranger Crew and risk an accident happening any longer! Install one of our high-quality UTV Hunting Accessories to help you safely and securely transport your weapons! Featuring great options, like UTV overhead gun racks, UTV crossbow racks, UTV bow mounts, UTV gun boot mounts, UTV gun racks, and more! We're sure you'll find just the right hunting-related aftermarket accessory for your needs here at Everything Polaris Ranger!
Reduce the risk of damaging your firearm by securely mounting it to your Polaris Ranger Crew with a Hunting Accessory from us! Few things can damage your firearm more quickly than hitting an unexpected bump or pothole with your UTV while transporting your weapon in the field! The durable & reliable side by side gun mounts and other hunting accessory options offered here virtually eliminate the risk of causing damage to your weapon while driving. No more fear of it sliding around in the bed of falling off the seat of your rig! Simply install one of these much-needed UTV Hunting Accessories and you're good to go! You'll find just the right product for your needs from reputable side by side brands, like QuadBoss, Great Day, Kolpin Powersports, Hornet Outdoors, and more!
The setup you run on your Polaris Ranger Crew should be tailored to what, where, and how you hunt. If you’re looking to make the perfect duck-hunting machine, you’ll likely want to snorkel your Polaris Crew and have a roof rack of some kind installed on top. The Quack Rack is an especially good duck-hunting UTV rack specifically made for those who hunt fowl, ducks, pheasants or any birds of prey.
If you’re hunting larger animals, you’re probably using your Polaris Crew to haul out the meat. Bed racks are great because they allow for a multi-level bed to store equipment or a fresh kill on top with bed space underneath. Deep South Products makes a quality rack but most Polaris Crew bed racks and roof racks should hold most reasonably-sized and quartered ungulates. Polaris Crew bow racks are great for compound bows, crossbows, and even recurve bows, and Great Day is one of the better bow rack manufacturers. Roof-, console-, or even dash-mounted gun racks will ensure that your rifles, shotguns, and revolvers -- if they’re not strapped to your person -- are nearby, out of the way, and ready to blast at all times.
If you’re hunting in the winter, you may as well just pull the trigger and get hard poly Polaris Ranger Crew doors; the canvas UTV doors don’t do very well in cold conditions. Glass Polaris Crew windows and windshields will also keep heat in better than poly or plexiglass, and a side-by-side heater is almost compulsory. But another trick to staying warm when hunting with your Polaris Crew in winter is to take take a bit of time, pull the machine apart, and fill all of the blowholes. Many Polaris Crew doors do come with a cab seal kit, but it is pretty basic and there are still a lot of holes to fill.
You can use expansion foam, but, not all expansion foam is the same. It’s important that you do not use “gap and crack” filler when sealing you Polaris Ranger Crew. It’s highly expansive, more comes out than fills the void, and it could potentially damage your rig. Instead, use “door and window” foam. First get yourself some clear gorilla tape and foam backer-rod. Tape the large holes prior to foaming and install backer-rods in the panel seams in lieu of expanding foam as they don’t degrade like poly cellulose products.
There is a product made by DOW called “Great Stuff Gasket” which is typically used prior to hanging drywall to seal between the framing members and the wallboard. It works incredibly well between the body panels -- i.e, fender, interior tub, etc. -- of the Polaris Ranger Crew. It doesn’t expand and can be used instead of conventional weatherstripping, which is often too large to get back between factory panels. Once you’re Crew is all insulated, hunting season will be nice and toasty.
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