If you’ve ever been bogged down while crossing a creek, stopped short and mired while plowing through a large puddle, or trapped like a mouse on a glue trap while playing in the mud, you know how much of a hassle it is to get water, moisture, and mud in your Ranger’s air intake, CVT inlet/outlet, and other vent lines. Whether you’re purposely taking your Polaris Ranger 570 Crew into swamplands or just accidentally drive your Crew 900 XP a little too far into the deep end, snorkeling your Polaris Ranger Crew can prevent a lot of damage and headache -- adding an invaluable layer of protection to your side by side that pays for itself several times over in the long run. Most Polaris Ranger Crew snorkels -- be it a snorkel from SYA Warrior Riser, High Lifter, or any number of aftermarket UTV snorkel kit manufacturers -- come 100% assembled and ready to bolt on, requiring no drilling into your Polaris Ranger Crew’s airbox. However, some modifications to the middle seat or cargo bed of your side by side are likely required to give the snorkel kit’s vent tubes room to extend upwards. But worry not, very few aftermarket snorkel kits interfere with bed dumping functions or obstruct your rear view.