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It's time to maximize the ground clearance of your Polaris Ranger Crew with a Lift Kit accessory from Everything Polaris Ranger! Add extra inches to your machine by jacking it up with a lift kit from Everything Polaris Ranger! If you're in the market for increase the ground clearance on your machine because your looking to install some monster tires or you're just tired of bottoming out, then we've got just what you're looking for! Featuring quality products from top brands, like HighLifter, SuperATV, StrongMade, and more! You won't be disappointed with the options we offer! Grab one soon!
Lift your Polaris Ranger Crew way up and make room for those big, beefy wheels! Few things are as bada$$ as a jacked up Polaris Ranger Crew! Turn your Polaris UTV into a beast of a ride by installing a high-quality lift kit from Everything Polaris Ranger! Your buddies will be jealous of the amount of ground clearance you'll be adding, not to mention how awesome your machine will look! Add style and practicality to your rig with a lift kit accessory today! We've got all the best gear and great prices to help take your side by side to the next level!
A lot of riders like to toss around the “lift kit” buzzword. It’s Polaris Crew lift kit this, Ranger lift kit that, ad nauseam. And while we love all types of Polaris Ranger Crew lift kits and firmly believe each has their place, let’s be honest, not everybody needs to lift their Crew. One of our regular customers here at Everything Polaris Ranger reached out recently asking if he needed a lift to run 28” tires on his 900 Ranger Crew. His local dealer was pushing him to get one -- and spend nearly $2,000 in parts to do so. We gave him a rundown of a few options, which might also help you decide on what lift kit -- if any -- you should run on your Polaris Ranger Crew. A bracket lift is obviously the cheapest option, and a 2” Polaris Crew bracket lift would be enough. Alternatively, you can swap out the stock a-arms for forward arched arms, which is more expensive than a bracket lift, but in our opinion provides a much better ride option, keeping the machine’s center of gravity lower, while still clearing larger aftermarket tires. Plus, to run 28”, you would only have to swap out the front a-arms on your Ranger Crew. The cheapest -- and least effective -- option would be to just twist the shocks all the way attach them to the outermost hole. But even if you have your stock Crew shocks cranked to the max, you’ll still probably rub the inner fender a bit with your larger tires when turning or on hard compression.
There’s also a lot of confusion out there vis-a-vis the 2019 Polaris Ranger Crew. Namely, people are curious if accessories like roofs and lift kits for 2018 will work with the newest Crew body style. The answer… NO! Well, not exactly. The roofs are the same and can be interchanged, and so are the roll cages. But the lift kits are different. So make sure to avoid older lifts if you just bought the latest Polaris Ranger Crew.