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2005-2008 Rangers:
Up to 27" tall tires: You can fit these tires on a stock machine. There may be slight rubbing under hard driving with the 27" tires.

28" to 30" tires: You can fit these tires using a 2" lift. Some have installed the Super ATV 2" forward a arms to give them a little more clearance. Only Super ATV makes forward a arms for these years.
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2009-2010 Rangers:
Up to 27" true height tires: You can run 27" Tall tires with a 2" lift, but some tires such as 27" Bighorns are 28+" tall and will not fit with a 2" lift.

28" and taller tires: These tires require 2" forward a arms with a 2.5" lift from Ranger Pro Lift or the highlifter floorboard cutout kit.
Only Ranger Pro Lift makes forward a arms for these years.
 

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Here's a pic of the older body style with a 2" lift and the 2" forward Super ATV arms Carnivore spoke of above. Lots of clearance for 29.5 Outlaws.

 

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Ya, that looks good!
 

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Hey Rick,

What brand windshield and roof system do yo have on your Crew? I'm in the midst of buying a '10 Crew and would like a windshield and roof, your setup looks pretty nice.
I read on one manufactures website that they don't recommend a fixed windshield if you don't plan to have a back panel because dust will swirl into the cab from behind... is this anything you have noticed? I really don't want a back panel.

What is a good price to pay for new crew?

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
 

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mericleman said:
Hey Rick,

What brand windshield and roof system do yo have on your Crew? I'm in the midst of buying a '10 Crew and would like a windshield and roof, your setup looks pretty nice.
I read on one manufactures website that they don't recommend a fixed windshield if you don't plan to have a back panel because dust will swirl into the cab from behind... is this anything you have noticed? I really don't want a back panel.

What is a good price to pay for new crew?

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
I paid $11,400 + tax for mine back in October 2009. No additional setup or freight fees either
 

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Greg, Welcome to SSW.
There is no doubt that on any side x side if you have a windshield you will suck in a lot of dust if you don't have a back panel. The windshield creates a vacuum that just pulls that dust right in.
 

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I was quoted $11,299 plus tax, office fee, registration, prep... Basically came to $12,150 out the door. They handed out this price with no negotiating at all, I wonder if there is a little more room in there? :) Too bad there aren't any Polaris rebates or anything right now.

I'm sort of thinking of going with the tip-out windshield and no back panel to start, if it's warm and dusty the window would be open and eliminate the vacuum (hopefully). Otherwise I can always add a back panel I suppose.
 

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mericleman said:
I was quoted $11,299 plus tax, office fee, registration, prep... Basically came to $12,150 out the door. They handed out this price with no negotiating at all, I wonder if there is a little more room in there? :) Too bad there aren't any Polaris rebates or anything right now.

I'm sort of thinking of going with the tip-out windshield and no back panel to start, if it's warm and dusty the window would be open and eliminate the vacuum (hopefully). Otherwise I can always add a back panel I suppose.
Greg,

Go to our Links Page and check with the dealers listed. Tell them you are with SSW and PRC and you might get a good price.
 

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I am running a 26" bajacross with a 1 3/4 inch lift no rub on the wheel well 8)
 
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