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Tired of spitting out bugs while out riding your Polaris Ranger Crew? Install a high-quality windshield option from Everything Polaris Ranger! Give yourself and your riders some added protection while out on the trail from anything Mother Nature throws your way! Rain, wind, mud and other trail debris won't be a problem after you've installed a dependable and durable side by side windshield or windshield-related aftermarket accessory on your UTV! Whichever style you are in the market for, you're sure to find it here at Everything Polaris Ranger. We've got Ranger Crew Full Windshields, Ranger Crew Half Windshields, Ranger Crew Tip-Out, and Folding Windshields, or even Ranger Crew Vented Windshields! Be the envy of the dunes by rigging up your machine with a brand new windshield today! Great side by side brands conveniently all right here on one site, like Extreme Metal Products, QuadBoss, SuperATV, Kolpin Powersports, and more!
Front Windshield, Rear Windshields, DOT rated Glass Windshields -- Everything Polaris Ranger carries a ton of different options for your Polaris Ranger Crew UTV! Add extra comfort and safety by rigging up a long-lasting, rugged windshield on your Polaris Ranger Crew. No more tree branches in your face or mud in your eye! You'll be so impressed with the level of craftsmanship and durability present in these UTV products, that you'll scratch your heading wondering why you didn't install one sooner! Hunt no more for your front windshield or rear windshield - Everything Polaris Ranger has your windshield needs to be covered regardless of the model! Polaris Ranger Crew XP 900, Polaris Ranger Crew XP 1000, Polaris Ranger Crew 570, and more - This is the place fulfill your windshield needs!
They type of UTV windshield you choose for your Polaris Ranger Crew will, in large part, depend on the conditions where you ride. Many riders prefer to have both a Polaris Ranger half windshield and a Polaris Ranger full windshield, swapping them on and off ad hoc depending on the season. Full Polaris Crew windshields are great for cold and wet conditions, but if your Crew is not enclosed with doors and side/rear windows, they tend to create dust storms inside the cab. Plus with front and rear Polaris Ranger glass windows, the interior gets quite hot in the summertime. Polaris Ranger half windshields are great in the summer, but obviously, don’t keep you dry in the rain. They offer some protection for your hands and the dash, but very little to say the least. Most Polaris Ranger Crew windshields are so easy to put on and take off that quick changes and swapping windshields as needed are quite common.
A big issue that riders in cold areas face with full Polaris Crew windshields is preventing snow and fog from building up on the windshield when driving. While Rain-X is great for glass windshields, regular Rain-X has been known to dissolve Lexan and plastic UTV windshields. The redneck solution to keeping a Polaris Ranger windshield free of fog without Polaris Ranger windshield wipers is to use toothpaste, shaving cream, spit, or the tears of Can-Am owners -- although the latter might be a bit hard to come by. Cracking the side windows on your Ranger can help a bit to mitigate foggy windshields, and some Polaris Ranger Crew owners use a 12-volt fan that clips on the seat to direct airflow towards the windshield. Others go with Polaris Ranger windshield wipers, Polaris Ranger heater cores, and even Polaris Ranger defrost kits to combat frosty and foggy Ranger windshields. You can mount your Polaris Ranger heater up behind the dash to hide it, or keep it simple and attach it under the dash in the center. Although Polaris Ranger heaters generally throw out more head with higher RPMs, they still work at idle. Just start up your Crew on those chilly winter mornings, give it 10-20 minutes, and the ice will melt off the windshield. For those without Polaris Ranger windshield wipers in warmer climates, carrying a spray bottle and a squeegee to clean mud and dust off the windshield is a good idea that many Polaris Ranger Crew owners utilize.