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Thinking about adding a hard top roof to your Polaris Ranger Crew? Everything Polaris Ranger has just the roof you're looking for! The elements can be harsh, making riding without a roof on your side by side an uncomfortable experience. Why not add a high-quality hard roof to your Polaris Ranger Crew and provide yourself and your riders the much-needed protection you've been looking for! We carry a ton of hard top UTV roof options and roof-related aftermarket accessories engineered for protection and durability! You'll find a side by side roof that suits every need right here at Everything Polaris Ranger! Add comfort and style to your machine with top of the line products from top side by side manufacturers, like Extreme Metal Products, Kolpin Powersports, SuperATV, and more!
Mount that sturdy, reliable hard roof you've had your eye on for your Polaris Ranger Crew today! You One of the best, surefire ways to protect yourself and your UTV investment is by installing a hard roof to your Polaris Ranger Crew. A hard roof is an essential UTV accessory, not mention that it just makes your machine look cool! Everything Polaris Ranger has the top brands you can trust. Don't waste any more time or energy search for a high-quality roof -- we carry heavy-duty metal roofs (aluminum, steel, etc.) and hard poly or plastic options as well! No matter what model Polaris Ranger Crew you own, such as a Polaris Ranger Crew XP 900, Polaris Ranger Crew XP 1000, or Polaris Ranger Crew XP 570, you're sure to get just what you're searching for here at Everything Polaris Ranger! Pick yours up today!
If you’ve messed around at all with the two-piece plastic Polaris Ranger Crew roofs from Polaris, you’ve likely had an aneurysm or two. The design is poor, and the instruction is even worse -- they may as well just print out a sheet that says “Here you go, good luck”. And once installed, you’ll likely find gaps, misalignments, and other things that are just not quite right. And if you call up Polaris to complain, they’ll probably just tell you to go fly a kit. If you’ve experienced this yourself or want to avoid it, the aftermarket Polaris Ranger Crew roof scene is definitely the way to go. Fortress, for instance, makes a great metal roof that blows Polaris roofs out of the water. Word on the street is that Polaris quit making metal roofs altogether. EMP also makes a great aluminum roof. It’s about $100 more than the plastic roofs from Polaris but well worth the extra dough. Get the diamond plated Polaris Crew roof and you won’t be disappointed.
If you had your Polaris Ranger Crew roof installed by a shotty mechanic -- or you yourself were the shotty mechanic who installed it -- you might be experiencing some water leakage or annoying wind noises. A simple fix is to hit the gaps with some high flex polyurethane caulk. Additionally, you can also put “backer rod” -- which is just a piece of foam -- between your roof and the front RPS frame to keep down airflow and water infiltration. So if you’re tired of having water dripping down onto your neck when you’re riding your Crew in the rain, there you go!
For those who haul their Polaris Ranger Crews, Polaris does not recommend towing with the roof attached at speeds greater than 55 MPH. Luckily for the speed demons out there, there are a few things you can do -- aside from taking the roof off completely -- so that you can tow your side by side at faster speeds. The easiest thing to do is to just tie it down. Run a ratchet strap form the U-bolt to the bed to secure it. Besides, if it’s as hard to take off as it is to put on, I wouldn’t be worried. Polaris also warns against hauling Polaris Ranger Crews with canvas cab enclosures on, but that’s a different story for another day.