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If the coolant level in your Polaris Ranger Crew radiator is low or if there is a leak in the cooling system, your UTV is at risk of serious engine damage -- especially if you ride in areas where the temperatures are high. Faulty and non-functional radiators cause overheating, which can cause the upper engine -- and the cylinders in particular -- to warp. This, in turn, creates leaking head gaskets that don’t seal during combustion, it binds camshafts, and it causes the timing belt and chain sprocket to slip and alter valve timing -- all of which will then lead to subsequent issues. Needless to say, you want to keep your Polaris Ranger Crew engine cool. And to do that, you need to insure that your UTV radiator is doing what it’s supposed to do. In addition to radiator leaks, broken radiator fans, and low radiator coolant levels, restricted airflow can also hinder the performance of your Polaris Ranger radiator. While mud and debris can restrict airflow, so too can large bumpers and winches.
For this reason, radiator relocation kits have grown increasingly popular. Despite somewhat obstructing your view, a radiator relocation kit is the perfect solution for mudders. Where the cooling fins on OEM radiators get stopped up with mud, machines with radiator relocation kits avoid this issue by placing the radiator at a higher position and making it easily accessible for cleaning and washing. So if you need a radiator relocation kit, a replacement radiator fan, a completely new radiator, or simply some better performing radiator coolant, at Everything Polaris Ranger, we’ve got the right radiator supplies for you and your Polaris Ranger Crew.
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