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“Rumble seats” for Polaris Ranger #7567398 07/30/19 01:00 AM
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I picked up a used single seat Ranger and came across the rumble seat for adding extra passengers. Those that have gone the route, please provide your feedback.

https://www.everythingpolarisranger.com/deluxe-utv-polaris-ranger-rumble-seat-by-great-day.html

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Re: “Rumble seats” for Polaris Ranger [Re: TTT Ranch] #7567607 07/30/19 11:33 AM
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Good for younger people but hard for older ones to get into.

Re: “Rumble seats” for Polaris Ranger [Re: TTT Ranch] #7567693 07/30/19 01:18 PM
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Looks cool but would rather have it facing forward so riders can duck limbs!
And kinda hard for older folks to get into without a ladder or something

If you haven't bought one yet, you might look on craigslist or facebook marketplace for someone converting a school bus to an RV.
They will usually be happy for you to take a seat or 2 or 7 and they have a tough frame with pads on bottom to bolt it down securely.
Put one on your UTV an use rest for seating in shop, barn, etc.


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Dad put one from cabelas in the back of his RTV and it's served us well. It's not as heavy framed as that one, but we've ridden in his quite a few times and we aren't little people lol.

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Cabela's Yutrax UTV Jump Seat

as ZK pointed out, we put one of these in the bed of our Kubota RTV facing backwards. Later, I built a high rack and put the seat up on top facing forward. It's probably at least 8 years old and still in good shape. easy to remove and install too by pulling 4 spring pins just leaving the tracks in place.


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Originally Posted by PMK
Cabela's Yutrax UTV Jump Seat

as ZK pointed out, we put one of these in the bed of our Kubota RTV facing backwards. Later, I built a high rack and put the seat up on top facing forward. It's probably at least 8 years old and still in good shape. easy to remove and install too by pulling 4 spring pins just leaving the tracks in place.



I have this one in my wolverine and it works fine. I put the kids in it for riding around the neighborhood and did have two adults in it as well. I wouldn't be taking it up any technical trails without a rollcage but flat land it is fine.

Re: “Rumble seats” for Polaris Ranger [Re: TTT Ranch] #7568125 07/30/19 10:08 PM
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I just went to a junk yard and bought a back seat out of a car - bolted it down to the bed of the Ranger - worked like a charm


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