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  • Show us your Polaris Ranger 6x6!

    Just picked up my 2014 Polaris Ranger 6x6 800 EFI!
    roud:


  • #2
    Welcome to the Money Pit.

    Bruce.
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    • #3
      I like your flatbed. Although mines a Big Boss I have similar plans after this season....even got a commercial tubing bender to get all fancy with it. Looks versatile, good job.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by AB RANGER 007 View Post
        Welcome to the Money Pit.

        Bruce.
        Love it!

        I'm trying to locate someone to fab me a diamond plate roof.
        It would need to have a 4" lip in front, beveled sides w/ lip, de-burred, mountable. Most importantly, done correctly.

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        • #5
          *****in wheeler

          Originally posted by AB RANGER 007 View Post
          Welcome to the Money Pit.

          Bruce.
          that's a nice one

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            cab is awesome.

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ID:	2492261 Went from the Big Boss 6x6 to the Ranger 6x6 this year, I'm not sure why we waited so long.

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              • #8
                Nice lookin rig Laker! What tires are you runnin?
                Tomorrow isn't promised. "Never delay kissing a pretty girl or opening a bottle of whiskey." E. Hemingway

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by mjm316 View Post
                  Nice lookin rig Laker! What tires are you runnin?
                  Thanks, we're running 27" ITP XTR radials. I'm impressed with them so far

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Laker Taker View Post
                    [ATTACH=CONFIG]79731[/ATTACH] Went from the Big Boss 6x6 to the Ranger 6x6 this year, I'm not sure why we waited so long.
                    I'd kinda like to do the same, except I want to keep the sporty 500!

                    Originally posted by AB RANGER 007 View Post
                    Welcome to the Money Pit.

                    Bruce.
                    Can you put tracks on a factory Ranger? Have you run into any issues running tracks?

                    Tim

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                    • #11
                      The Rear Tracks are Metal Over Rubber Tires, designed by Christian S. Hansen/The Tracks Company, to work with the 2007 Polaris Ranger 6X6 to go with the now discontinued AD Boivin Traxion + Rubber tracks on the front. They worked out that there was enough slippage between the metal tracks and the rubber tires to give the rear and front drive timing to work. Polaris still does not want to address the timing or to make it work for a 6X6 System. and yet there some companies that Custom Tack the Polaris Ranger 6X6's. Issues !!! all the tires have to have the some pressure all the time, and needed 3" spacers on the rear. Track length LOOSE is better than too TIGHT. The metal tracks will work on the solid axle units as well as the independent ones, Track length adjustable to 1" increments.

                      Bruce.
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                        • #13
                          Anyone equip their Ranger with complete doors? How water tight/ wind proof are they? Big gaps or tight fit?


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                          • #14
                            Yeah, I've got the poly cab with full doors on my 2011. They spend most of the time sitting in the shop leaning against the wall. I keep them off in the summer and fall mostly because there is no way to open them for ventilation. They trap steam from creek and river crossings that comes up off the engine and fogs up the windshield. It can also gets a pretty warm when they're on. In the winter though they are nice for keeping in heat while I'm plowing but I still get some fog on the windshield that can be a pain.
                            When they're on they don't have any "big gaps" but they aren't water tight or wind proof either. Wind resistant and keeping water from flooding into the cab might be a better way to put it.

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                            • #15
                              Heres mine

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