Be it front cube lights on the side pillars of your Full-Size Diesel Ranger, or rear cube lights in the tailgate of your Polaris Ranger Full-Size 1000 XP, we've got quality lights at unrivaled prices at Everything Polaris Ranger. Some riders like to install rear-facing cube lights on their ROPS to illuminate the machine's cargo box. This is great for those who hunt, camp, or work at night and need to be using both hands while rifling through their bed. Other Full-Size Ranger owners like to run bumper-mounted cube lights in the front to complement their headlights and extend their range of visibility. You can use UTV flood lights for close-up illumination, UTV spot lights for long-range illumination, or a combination of both for the best of both worlds. Yita Motors make some good flood-style cube lights for the Polaris Ranger Full-Size. But for those that are looking to reach out and see at a distance in front of you, the a spot-style cube lights like Mictuning's 4" spot cubes are worth considering. Regardless of what you're in search of, we can hook you up with the right cube lights to give you front, back, or 360 degree illumination.
If the housing of a Polaris Ranger Full-Size cube light is jagged and looks like a spiderweb, then it’s a floodlight. If the housing it’s smooth, however, then it’s a spotlight (for distance). Flood lights are great to use on the back of the Full-Size Ranger for reversing, while spot lights are more common on the front for casual or technical night riding. Baja Designs' S2 lights are great for rear lighting, and you can order them with work reflectors for a wide cast of light. Companies like Sport Lighting and SuperATV also make some great cube lights, flood lights, and pod light kits for the Polaris Ranger Full-Size. No matter if you're plowing in the early morning, or hunting nocturnal animals late at night, the flood and cube lights at Everything Polaris Ranger will keep you safe and your surroundings illuminated.