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When it comes to aftermarket Polaris Ranger accessories, roofs, windshields, winches and LED cargo/backup lights are widely regarded as must-haves. Digging a little deeper, roofs with a radio and speakers, quick-remove windshields, and wrap-around bumpers with built-in winch mounts are also extremely popular. Lift kits and aftermarket tires from industry leaders like Super ATV are also extremely popular side-by-side accessories. But in addition to these big-ticket items, there are also myriad smaller accessories that can make a huge difference in your offroading comfort and performance.
Organization, for instance, can make your work tasks more efficient and your leisure rides more enjoyable. Cargo bed tool boxes, frame-suspended storage pouches, and roll cage organizers are common UTV accessories that keep things orderly as well as optimize space. If you use your Ranger as a work vehicle, there are countless mounts and attachments that tightly secure chainsaws, axes, and other tools in the bed or on the side of your Polaris Ranger. In a similar vein, bow, rifle, and ammunition cases/carriers are the perfect way to keep your hunting gear both protected and tidy. And we can’t talk about protective measures without mentioning travel and storage covers -- which shelter your machine from the sun, rain, wind, and snow. However, Midsize accessories that protect your machine are just the start. What’s more important than your Polaris? The passengers of course. And to protect the most important cargo, there have been great advancements in aftermarket seat belts, harnesses, buckles, and UTV handholds. Irrespective of your machine, be it a Polaris Ranger EXT, a Polaris Ranger 500, or a Polaris Ranger Midsize 570, even the smallest Polaris Ranger Accessories can make a world of difference, improving your ride and helping you get the most out of your Polaris Ranger.
Whether you went with a Polaris Ranger Mid-Size 570, a Mid-Size ETX, or a Mid-Size EV, any stock Polaris rig can benefit from a few Polaris Ranger accessories. If you’re not quite sure how to accessorize your Ranger, go out and put a few hours on it so you can get a feel for what you might want. Everyone is different, but most riders find accessories like Polaris Ranger roofs -- for shade and protection from the elements -- Polaris Ranger rear-view and side mirrors -- for a broader field of vision -- and Polaris Ranger skid plates and a-arm guards -- for undercarriage protection -- to be must-have accessories. If you want to turn your machine into the ultimate booze cruiser, a proper UTV cooler, Koozies, and a banging stereo system are compulsory.
Regarding the latter, even if your machine came with a stereo, the stock sound system is weak sauce to say the least. You can swap out your stock Polaris Ranger speakers for better ones like those by Kicker, which will make a huge difference… even without an amp. But if you really want to turn out the decibels on the trail, a few ten-inch Wet Sounds Stealth speakers, a JI audio amp, and a couple twelve-inch subs in a bandpass box in the bed will turn your Mid-Size ranger into concert hall on wheels. Mount the speakers in the front and back corners with six-inch PVC cap with pipe inside flush-mounted and u-bolted to the cage and you’ll have surround sound that rivals the best IMax theaters.
In addition to Polaris Ranger audio accessories, many riders also upgrade their Mid-Size Rangers with various lights. LED replacement bulbs are a great option to upgrade those dull Polaris Ranger headlights, while UTV light bars, side-by-side reverse lights, and Polaris Ranger spotlights are all great to have and perform a variety of functions. And if you really want to trick out your machine, Polaris Ranger fog lamps, work lights, and in-grill LEDs can all be installed to illuminate even the darkest of nights.