Tools / Accessories

It doesn’t matter how far out you ride and how many rigs are in your convoy, there are just some tools and accessories that are compulsory to have at all times inside your Polaris Ranger Mid-Size. Repair tools, safety accessories, and backup parts are a few of the many things that are better to have and not need than to need and not have. Winch straps, a snatch block, a first aid kit, a flashlight, and a patch kit are a good place to start, but far from sufficient. In the glove box of your Mid-Size ranger, we suggest having a bug net, the Polaris Mid-Size manual, your registration & insurance, a spare key, a flat tire kit, a star driver & bits, maps & trail agreements, and a pad of paper & a pencil.


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Moving on to under-seat storage, it is wise to have a spare drive belt, a hatchet (which can also be used as hammer), a brush saw, a large UTV tow strap, a choker, snatch blocks & Crosby clips, a siphon tube, ratchet straps, small metric tools up to at least 19 millimeters with a 3/8” socket and extension rods, a magnet stick, a cheater bar, a first aid kit, misc. Bolts, a winch cable shield, misc. wire ties, a hunting bag ( with compasses, knives, flashlights, and a multi-purpose tool), and finally, jumper cables or an external battery jumper if you’re riding with only one machine.

In the back storage pockets, you’d be smart to have a 1-7/8” ball, toilet paper, grey tape, electrical tape (which makes great splints in the event of a broken bone), gloves, tie-down straps, electrical wire, plastic red flags, and a rain cover. Last but not least, the back storage pouch is the perfect place to store a 12-volt air compressor. As far as pre-built tool kits go, the one by GTE Tools is top-notch. It comes with the LugStrong 26" Universal Compact Lug Wrench Set, Super-Strong Tire Iron & Lug Nut Remover for two times more torque, and a Kobalt flexible shaft nut driver kit to get the clutch cover off. Extra fuses are also smart to carry, and a can of starter fluid has multi-purpose uses as well.

As far as miscellaneous tools go, in addition to a full set of sockets and metric and standard wrenches -- in case someone else in your crew breaks down -- you should also carry a variety of pliers -- slip jaws, vice grips, and needle nose pliers to be specific. Finally, a jack can prove highly beneficial in many situations and can be mounted on the exterior of your Mid-Size Ranger to save space in the bed and cab. And if you want to keep all these tools and supplies safe and organized, a UTV toolbox is highly advised.

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