On a related note, many Mid-Size riders -- especially those who push the limits of their machines -- experience problems with their rocker panels. And instead of replacing their rocker panels every time they break, we suggest upgrading to aftermarket rocker panels with built-in rock-sliders / nerf bars. Companies like SuperATV and Ricochet both make great rocker panel replacements with the aforementioned protective features. In addition to the lower body components of the Mid-Size ranger, items like hoods and in-cab body accessories are also frequently asked about. For example, many Mid-Size riders reach out with inquiries about adding extra accessory switches to the dash of their Rangers -- because unlike the Full-Size, the Mid-Size only has two extra cutouts. There are a few ways to do this, but most involve a bit of elbow grease. The best way we’ve found to do this is to cut your own holes using a sharp razor on the flat spot of the dash just left of the steering wheel. You can then add more switches or even move the switches for 4x4/2x4/Turf Mode and mount light switches, radio and USB ports where the precut spots are. In addition to dash switches, another aspect of the Polaris Ranger Mid-Size body is the hood. Rogue Off-Road makes a great cowl hood for the Ranger, but there are other aftermarket hood options out there that can accentuate your Ranger’s body and add to its performance.
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