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The ability to stop on a dime in your Polaris Ranger Full-Size is absolutely imperative. Safety is obviously a key reason why brakes are important, but running quality Polaris Ranger brakes and brake pads in your Full-Size Ranger will also give you more stopping power, greater deceleration abilities, and more control on slopes and around corners. Additionally, improper brake cooling, as well as weather and road conditions, contribute to brake fade, which is dangerous at best and catastrophic at worst. Some brakes last many thousands of miles, while others fall short. Some squeak while others loose stopping power in adverse weather conditions. As such, installing proper brakes and brake pads the first time will save you a great deal of money and stress. Parking brakes are important as well, especially if you find yourself parking on hills or sloped terrain. If you don’t upkeep your Ranger’s parking brake and it does go out, your machine will be at the whim of gravity and its own potential energy.
Many riders prefer running metal brakes on their Polaris Rangers, and brass brakes, in particular, are very popular. Riders like metal brakes because they are quiet, last longer than other brakes, and provide greater stopping power. Companies like Race-Driven and SuperATV both make exceptional metal brakes, but there are many companies out there that make great brake pads, brake rotors, and brake lines. It doesn’t matter if you have a Polaris Ranger 570 Full-Size, an XP 1000, or anything in between, all you need is your Ranger’s VIN number to get a perfectly fitting set of front or rear brake pads, brake rotors, or entire Polaris Ranger brake systems.