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Polaris Ranger Crew Mud Guards #7508951 05/10/19 01:47 PM
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I just got a Ranger Crew. Based off of experience riding in friends' Crews, the amount of mud that spits off of the machines can be overbearing at times. To minimize muddy passengers, the interior, and underneath, I'm wanting to install mud guards throughout the unit. Anyone have experience with these or some that they would recommend. I want to install these myself, so nothing overly difficult.

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Re: Polaris Ranger Crew Mud Guards [Re: Gringo Bling] #7509036 05/10/19 02:58 PM
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Like that, yes. I'm wanting to know specific parts that people have used and recommend (or don't recommend). Definitely need something that will hold up well through limbs, rocks, etc. without tearing or falling off.

Re: Polaris Ranger Crew Mud Guards [Re: Gringo Bling] #7509050 05/10/19 03:19 PM
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I have the same problem but mostly because of the aftermarket wheels and tires. The mules do the same but the doors help my buddies. I think aftermarket doors will help this problem. At least itíll stay on the outside.

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Agreed on the doors, but wow, those are expensive for what they are.

Re: Polaris Ranger Crew Mud Guards [Re: Gringo Bling] #7509165 05/10/19 06:07 PM
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EVERYTHING on a utv is expensive. bang

Re: Polaris Ranger Crew Mud Guards [Re: Gringo Bling] #7509701 05/11/19 04:08 PM
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2nd on doors - when you turn its going to throw mud anyway - I have a can am commander with factory mud guards and added doors later they did the most good


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