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If you’re on the hunt for the best, brightest, and toughest UTV light bar kits, side-by-side dome lights, and 4X4 spotlights on the market, the fact of the matter is that you'll get more light if you spend more money. At Everything Polaris Ranger, we’ve seen em’ all. From cheap 50” Amazon light bar knockoffs that throw out light half-assedly to top-of-the-line Polaris Ranger light bars like those by Totron, Rigid, Baja, or Lightforce, when it comes to lighting up the trail and insides of your Polaris Ranger Mid-Size, you must first decide on your own personal budget and understand what you want and need from a UTV light. Build quality and the actual lumen output of light are big determiners of the price. And as you might expect, better and brighter lights cost more. In addition to price, light output, and light quality, ease of installation is also a factor that most riders should investigate before buying an aftermarket UTV light.
For example, when trying to wire up a 42-inch light bar on a Mid-Size 570, you’ll have to run wires to the battery from the lights, hook up the 5 pin rocker switch, and attach the wires coming out of the relay on the harness to the switch. Things get tricky if you want the light to be on or off when the key is in or when the machine is off. Furthermore, many riders experience losses in radio reception when the lights are turned on and other wiring issues. While you can buy noise filters to wire in line with the radio to filter out the RFI, you can also try grounding the wiring on the chassis as opposed to the battery. So whether you’re considering Auxbeam lights, diffused lights, or a 360,000-lumen Quad Row combo spot/flood light, if you need UTV wiring, UTV lights, or UTV lighting mounts and components for your Polaris Ranger Mid-Size, you’ve come to the right place!