You're pretty much limited to the stock size with the OEM suspension. Maybe 1" or so bigger, but you could get some rubbing in extreme compression and full turn situations. You can go up to a 28.5" with our 1.5" Forward Offset A-arms or up to a 34" with our 2" Forward A-arm Kit.
Yeah, we have to be pretty conservative with the max tire sizes we post. If there's any chance of rubbing at all, we have to limit it. You can get away with those on a stock machine, but there's a chance it can rub.
I have a Ranger with a full windshield cab and full doors. I would like to take my two year old grandson out on some designated ATV trails. I have the car seat installed and the ranger has all the improvements to make it street legal.
I’m looking for a helmet that dot approved he can wear while...
anyone have after market seat covers on their 900 ranger split seats? I have a dog that rides with me and I am afraid of him ripping the factory seats. The polaris
seat covers are pretty pricey. Also, any luck with the mossy oak vinyl wraps staying on ok ?
Looking at a few older models: 2009 800 S, immaculate, only 500 original miles or a 2010 800 EPS, only 1000 original miles. What is the consensus? Is it better to go with the 800 S features and forgo the manufacture installed power steering, or go with the power steering 800 model? Both...