There is other companies out there beside polaris. There was also a soft cab for sale down in the for sale section. You might check it out. Soft cabs is good if you are not going to use it the majority of the time. If you ride a lot and need the added protection for tree limbs and such the hard cab is the way to go.nvwolfer said:I was looking for information on cabs. How are the soft cabs compared to the hard cabs and are there aftermarket companies that sell them or is it cheaper just to buy from Polaris.
Mine is the Rangerware......was on it when I got it, the rig was just a few days shy of being 1 yr old, but it fits good.along the top of the hood/dash area, there is a small crack where the fit is not right, small gap, more so than a crack, but some weather stripping will solve that......jconan said:Did you go with rangerware? If you did how was the fit for the doors. Did the weather strip Make good contact? I had some problems with mine