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  • Polaris Halogen Replacement Rally Light

    Polaris Halogen Replacement Rally Light

    Ken in CO

    Rally Lights

    Using them for back up lights, working great

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  • Polaris SSV Works Overhead Two Speaker Add On Kit

    Polaris SSV Works Overhead Two Speaker Add On Kit

    John in NY

    loud

    bought just the main 2 speakers and wanted more sound. this did it. great product

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  • Polaris SSV Works Overhead Speaker System with LED Cab Lights

    Polaris SSV Works Overhead Speaker System with LED Cab Lights

    John in NY

    awesome

    I did not expect it to be this loud and lightweight. simple install. I'll probably get the 2 speaker add on for that extra sound

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  • Polaris Pro HD Winch with Mount Plate

    Polaris Pro HD Winch with Mount Plate

    Stephen in NY

    Nice winch

    Winch is nice but doesn't come with wireless remote. But great costumer support from rocky mountion atv/mc

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  • Polaris Dual Battery Kit

    Polaris Dual Battery Kit

    kevin in PA

    Battery

    i was running into battery issues so i bought this and installed lithium battery as my aux battery no more problems now :)

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  • Polaris Light Bar Mount

    Polaris Light Bar Mount

    Joel in TX

    Simplest complicated part ever

    First of all, this part does what it needs to do, you mount it on your machine and mount the light bar to it. Seems pretty simple but it isn't. Apparently this was designed by an engineering intern on a tight deadline. The bracket is mounted with two screws and nuts. The thing is, there is no space to put a wrench or socket to hold the nut. They tried to put to tabs on each side to hold the nut but they are too far apart to hold it and too close to fit any sort of tool. I got around it by jamming a flat head screwdriver in between the tab and one of the flats on the nut. Then there is the tabs to attach the light bar, same problem here, they are placed in a way that its nearly impossible to use a tool to hold the nut. Keep in mind that your arms at this point are stretched over the roll cage holding the bar and at the same time trying to tighten this nut. In conclusion, it works but the design can use some improvement.

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