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12 Volt Horn Kit
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LED Off-Road Light Kit
LED Backup Light Kit
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LED Dome Light Kit
Polaris Ranger Service Manual

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UTV: Polaris Ranger: XP/HD/HO, Deluxe, Crew, Diesel, 6x6, EV, ETX, 400, 500, 570, 700, 800, 900, 1000, Polaris RZR: S, 4, 570, 800, 900, 1000, XP, XP-4, XC, Trail, Turbo, High Lifter
Polaris General: 1000, Polaris ACE: SP, 570, 900, Yamaha: Viking, Wolverine, Rhino, YXZ, Can-Am: Commander, Maverick, MAX, X3, Trail, Defender, Gravely: Atlas JSV,
Honda: Pioneer, Big Red MUV, Kawasaki: Mule, Pro, SX, Teryx, Arctic Cat/Textron: Stampede, HAVOC, Prowler, Wildcat, Mahindra: ROXOR

ATV: Polaris: Sportsman, Magnum, Hawkeye, Trail Boss, Yamaha: Grizzly, Kodiak, Honda: FourTrax Foreman, Rancher, Rubicon, Rincon, Recon
Kawasaki: Brute Force, Bayou, Prairie, Can-Am: Outlander, Suzuki: King Quad, Vinson, Eiger, Arctic Cat/Textron: MudPro, Alterra

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All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) / Utility Terrain Vehicle (UTV) / Recreational Off-highway Vehicle (ROV)
Differences and Safety Information

What is an ROV?
Fun, functional and definitely versatile, ROVs, or recreational off-highway vehicles, are a new breed of machine, attracting the attention of outdoor enthusiasts in ever-increasing numbers. When adventure calls, ROVs have what it takes, whether it’s transporting gear to a favorite campsite or simply exploring the great outdoors. Intended primarily for recreational use, ROVs also have carved a niche in the workplace, including farming, construction, and just about anywhere there’s a job to be done.

Sometimes referred to as side-by-sides or UTVs, ROVs are motorized recreational off-road vehicles designed to travel on four or more non-highway tires, with a steering wheel, non-straddle seating, seat belts, an occupant protective structure, and engine displacement up to 1,000cc. Current models are designed with seats for a driver and one or more passengers. ROVs’ performance and durability make them ideally suited for a variety of outdoor recreational activities as well as many work applications.

Not all off-road vehicles are the same. And all too often, the All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) quad is confused with the Utility Terrain Vehicle (UTV) side-by-side, also know as the Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle (ROV). But, there are actually some very significant differences between the two, even if both types of off-roaders are four-wheeled and used for similar types of recreation.

CONTROLS - The most noticeable differences include the fact that UTVs/ROVs have a steering wheel, acceleration foot pedal and a brake foot pedal, and they are “driven.” ATVs have a handlebar for steering, a throttle controlled by pushing a thumb lever next to the hand-grip, and hand lever(s) for front and/or rear brake(s) and a foot pedal for the rear brake. And unlike UTVs/ROVs, ATVs are “ridden.”

OPERATORS AND PASSENGERS - UTVs/ROVs currently in the market are specifically designed for an operator age 16 or older with a valid drivers license and one or more passengers. They generally have seats situated side by side or a bench seat, and are equipped with operator and passenger seat belts. They also are equipped with a rollover protective structure (ROPS), side retention features (hard plastic doors or sturdy canvas netting) and handholds. When operating or riding in an UTV/ROV, it’s important to keep all arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times. Although there are a few exceptions, most ATVs are designed for one rider and have a large seat designed to be straddled by a single operator only, with no passenger. ATVs are rider- active; in order to properly operate an ATV, the rider must be able to shift body weight while riding. Adult-size ATVs are for operators age 16 and older. Youth-model ATVs allow kids as young as age 6 to enjoy ATVs while under active adult supervision.

CARGO - UTVs/ROVs have a cargo bed that may be stationary or allow for tilting of the bed. Most utility type ATVs have racks on both the front and rear of the vehicle to allow the rider to carry cargo. Whether you’re operating an UTV/ROV or an ATV, always consult the owner’s manual to determine the manufacturer’s requirements regarding safe operating procedures, maintenance, and cargo capacity and load capacity for that particular vehicle. Never carry more than the stated limit for the UTV/ROV or ATV.

The following UTV/ROV Safety Rules focus on safe and responsible UTV/ROV use, and were developed to help drivers and passengers avoid crashes and injuries.

  • Always fasten your seat belt, wear a helmet and other protective gear and keep all parts of your body inside the UTV/ROV.

  • Drive only in designated areas, at a safe speed, and use care when turning and crossing slopes.

  • Never drive or ride under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

  • Never drive a UTV/ROV unless you’re 16 or older and have a valid driver’s license. UTVs/ROVs are not toys.

  • Never carry more passengers than the UTV/ROV is designed for, and never allow a passenger who is too small to sit in a passenger seat to ride in the UTV/ROV.

  • Read and follow the operator’s manual and warning labels.

  • Take a hands-on UTV/ROV Basic Driver Course.

TREAD Lightly
Travel responsibly on designated roads and trails or in permitted areas.

Respect the rights of others including private property owners and all recreational trail users, campers and others to allow them to enjoy their recreational activities undisturbed.

Educate yourself prior to your trip by obtaining travel maps and regulations from public agencies, planning for your trip, taking recreation skills classes, and knowing how to use and operate your equipment safely.

Avoid sensitive areas such as meadows, lakeshores, wetlands and streams, unless on designated routes. This protects wildlife habitat and sensitive soils from damage.

Do your part by leaving the area better than you found it, properly disposing of waste, minimizing the use of fire, avoiding the spread of invasive species, restoring degraded areas, and joining a local enthusiast organization.

Land Access Issues
As recreational off-highway vehicles (ROVs) become increasingly popular, land managers are considering how to manage their access to public lands for recreational purposes. At both the federal and state levels, UTVs/ROVs are in some cases regarded no differently than ATVs, while in other cases, a particular forest or trail system is moving toward allowing the vehicles only on mixed-use roads. In other cases, public lands officials have yet to attempt to manage the vehicles.

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SM LED Turn Signal Kit - (stock# 104)
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Toggle Switches LED ATV Turn Signal Kit - (stock# 604)
Horn Kit - (stock# 310)
LED License Plate Bracket - (stock# 312)
LED Cargo Light Kit - (stock# 320)
LED Dome Light Kit - (stock# 325)
LED Off-Road Light Kit - (stock# 340)
LED Reverse / Back-up Light Kit - (stock# 350)
Turn Signal Switch - (stock# 110-615)
LED Lights - (stock# 113-120)
LED Flasher - (stock# 125)
Custom Turn Signal Kit Brackets - (stock# 130-150)
UTV / ATV Wire Connector Kits - (stock# 160-660)

Street Legal Arctic Cat Prowler

Street Legal Arctic Cat Wildcat

Street Legal Arctic Cat MudPro

Street Legal Can-Am Commander / MAX

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Street Legal Gravely Atlas JSV

Street Legal Honda Pioneer

Street Legal Honda Big Red MUV, FourTrax,
Foreman, Rancher, Rubicon, Rincon & Recon
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Street Legal Kawasaki Brute Force, Bayou & Prairie

Street Legal Polaris Ranger

Street Legal Polaris RZR (Razor)

Street Legal Polaris General

Street Legal Polaris ACE & Sportsman

Street Legal Yamaha Viking

Street Legal Yamaha Wolverine

Street Legal Yamaha Rhino, YXZ, Grizzly & Kodiak

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