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The Full-Size Polaris Ranger body is a canvas for many Ranger owners to express themselves. While some modify their Ranger's body, many choose to alter the exterior with UTV paint jobs or custom decals from companies like Octane Ink or TSG Graphics Co. Others look for replacement factory sticker packs to bring their machines back to their factory-like glory days. However, defects can occur in mass-produced vehicles, and some Full-Size Polaris Ranger body stickers have been known to fall off after harsh weather or vigorous washing. Without decals, the Full-Size Polaris Ranger looks plain to many riders, so replacement decals are available for those who want to go back to the factory look.

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The Full-Size Polaris Ranger is a versatile machine that has become a favorite among off-road enthusiasts. One of the questions that many people ask when buying replacement parts for their Polaris Ranger is, "Which body style do I have and how can I tell the difference?" This may seem like a trivial question, but it is actually quite important because different body styles require specific replacement parts and accessories.

To distinguish between the different Full-Size Polaris Ranger body styles, you should look at the cab and roll cage. The XP and 800 body styles have a round tube cab and roll cage, while the 900 and non-XP have a pro-fit cage and cab. Knowing which body style your machine has is essential for finding the right replacement parts that will work properly.

For example, if you have a 2016 Polaris Ranger Full-Size 570 with a round roll cage, it is the 800 body style. However, if you have a 2017 570 Full-Size with a similar round roll cage, it is not the same as the 2016 570 XP. Polaris went back to the 800 body style for the 2017 570 Full-Size because they had a surplus of 800 bodies in storage and the 900/1000 assembly lines were at capacity. By using the excess 800 bodies on newer machines like the 570 FS, they freed up room on the newer assembly lines and used up excess stock, creating a lower-cost machine that competed less with the 900 and 1000 models.

It is important to note that the Full-Size Polaris Ranger body style might vary depending on the year and model. To ensure that you get the right replacement parts and accessories, it is best to consult with experts who can help you identify the correct body style for your machine.

At our store, we have a team of experienced professionals who can help you identify the right body style and find the right replacement parts for your Polaris Ranger. We offer a wide range of high-quality body replacement parts that are made specifically for different body styles of Full-Size Polaris Ranger. Additionally, we provide excellent customer service to ensure that you get the best experience possible.

In conclusion, it is essential to know which body style your Polaris Ranger has when buying replacement parts and accessories. Knowing the body style will help you find the right parts that are compatible with your machine. If you are unsure about which body style your machine has, do not hesitate to contact us for assistance. We will help you identify the body style and find the right parts for your Polaris Ranger.