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I know everyone out there has been annoyed that you dont have a park brake and that when you stop in a crazy spot have to use 2 hands to get you RZR back into gear you quietly cuss at Polaris.
Well you need this brake from a RZR owner on e-bay. Check out the lisiting Parking Brake
I will save the details and tell you he has done his research and has laser cut quatily parts, the sticker is perfect and looks factory. I met him on the trails at CAW in NC saw him use his brake and found out he was in the middle of testing. I bought it right then and there, installed it, and was testing in less than 10 mins. I have been able to email him and watch the product change and the quality increase and I can tell you you can make a cheap replica but he has made it solid and already worked out all the kinks you will have. If you are ready for a brake that is easy to install and to use check this out. I use it every time I stop on hills, rocks, in rivers, on my trailer, when my 3 year old thinks its her turn to drive. No more jerking it from park or having it roll down a little on the trailer after I put it in park. Its simple to set and release and will lock all four tires with no screwing with your actual brakes.

Wow that sounds like I am pushing his product and I guess I am but I have only met him one time and I am so glad I did.

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That's a great idea and not to bash any ones profit margin but over a year ago I made the same park brake for my Rzr with parts from a farming supply company for about $8.00 ....

The thing works great.
 

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That's a great idea and not to bash any ones profit margin but over a year ago I made the same park brake for my Rzr with parts from a farming supply company for about $8.00 ....

The thing works great.
Well you know those eBay fees... :lol:

Sure you can gather the parts & do it yourself but it's good to have complete kits available. If nothing else they push us handy types to make our own :wink:
 

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No doubt you could make it cheaper espically if you have the means and the guts to experiment. But sometimes its just nice to spend a little money and have it all worked out for you.
 

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Calm down, I never say for that no one needs to buy this park brake system. I was just reporting that it is an old idea that was discussed on another forum over a year ago and if you don't want to pay the Rzr tax and can work a drill then you could make your own. I started my post by say, and I quote ... "Not to bash any ones profit margin" ... I don't mind any one trying to make a buck, I do it every day at work.


Wow, I think I might have stepped on a toe here!! :lol:
 

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For real? You thought that post was harsh? I agree with you I look at things all the time and then make my version. I was just saying sometimes its nice to buy and be done, let someone else do the work. No hard feelings. I just liked the brake and the dude was cool. Its about making the ride better and safer...
 

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It's kind of funny how 2 people will be taking about an idea and trading systems and technics and then out of nowhere some one is selling it and making money off it. I guess that's where the world has come too. Atleast if you build your own "stuff" then you know it's right!!
 
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