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Everything Polaris Ranger has all the Full-size Polaris Ranger accessories you've been hunting for! We carry a complete collection of products & accessories designed just for the Polaris Ranger Full-size UTV. The Polaris Ranger is such a versatile vehicle, built for both work and play - Whatever your use or needs may be, we've got the gear to rig up your Ranger right! From UTV farming implements to hunting gun racks, windshields and roofs designed to provide extra protection, sweet audio systems to crank the jams - Everything Polaris Ranger has you covered with all the essential UTV accessories to meet your needs! We're proud to offer the highest quality parts and accessories on the market for your Polaris Ranger XP 900, Polaris Ranger XP 1000, Polaris Ranger 800, and more!
Everything Polaris Ranger offers 1000s of parts and accessories for your Full-size Polaris Ranger! Your hunt is over! Look no further than Everything Polaris Ranger for the equipment to upgrade and enhance your machine today! Why not add a new windshield to your Polaris Ranger XP 900? Starting hauling more by installing a winch on your Polaris Ranger 800? Or perhaps you’d like to rock out in your Polaris Ranger XP 1000 by hooking up a hot new audio system? It doesn't make a difference what model of Polaris Ranger Full-size you own, Everything Polaris Ranger offers the top brands, like Kolpin, Extreme Metal Products, SuperATV and more for side by side accessories! You're sure to find what you're looking for here!
Whether you’re adding accessories like cube lights to the bed of you Full-Size Polaris Ranger XP 1000, windshield wipers to your Full-Size 570, or a front bumper light bar to your Polaris Ranger Full-Size 900, you have to ask yourself, what is going to power all of these aftermarket accessories? The answer, your machine’s battery. So should you upgrade your Polaris Ranger battery, buy a second one, or what other options are out there? When you boil it down, it really all depends on how much current your Polaris Ranger accessories draw and how many of said accessories you'll be using simultaneously. If you're only using one or two at a time -- say, your stereo and light bar at night -- you're probably alright with the stock Full-Size battery. As long as you don't exceed the amount of current your battery and stator can provide, you're likely going to be fine. That being said, upgrading the battery is never a bad idea -- adding additional backup layers and providing peace of mind when you’re deep in the wilderness. Many riders choose to run dual batteries for a multitude of reasons. Ice fishers, for instance, will often take their Full-Size rangers out and let them sit outside all day without running in sub-zero temperatures. In cases such as this, a single upgraded AGM battery may not suffice. And even if it did, it’s always nice to have a backup, especially when the alternative is being stranded outside all night far from civilization.
Most Full-Size Polaris Ranger owners with decked out machines and numerous aftermarket accessories also like to add a terminal power and ground distribution block kit to their machines as well as in-line fuses on the battery side. Alternatively, many riders simply get a longer terminal bolt from the hardware store to increase their battery’s capacity -- going with grade 8 as it’s a better conductor. But if you don’t use an external tooth lock washer, solder the wire to the ends, and heat shrink / electrical tape everything nice and proper, you better have good insurance and park your rig in a detached garage, because many jerry-rigged wire jobs are electrical fires waiting to happen. To stay on the safe side, we’d suggest a fuse block for your Polaris Ranger Full-Size -- especially if you go heavy in the aftermarket accessory department. They’re not hard to install, requiring just one hot wire from your power source, and you can choose from various sizes and fuze amperages.