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Polaris Ranger 1000 Diesel 6" Lift Kit

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Updated 10-02-2020 @ 09:54 PM MST

  • Polaris Ranger 1000 Diesel : 2015-2018
  • Polaris Ranger 1000 Diesel Crew : 2015-2018
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Polaris Ranger 1000 Diesel 6" Lift Kit

Your Sportsman is about more than easy rides and light work—you like to push it to the limit and go big even if your stock drive belt doesn’t. That’s why you need a World’s Best, Extreme Badass, or Sand Storm Belt. Each one is made for a different kind of rider, and all of them are trail proven.

World’s Best
It’s called the World’s Best Belt because it outperforms everything. Aramid cord for high shock load strength? Check. Advanced rubber compound for better grip and less slippage? Got it. Better heat dissipation for a long life? You bet. Smooth engagement? Of course.

No matter what you’re doing, the World’s Best Belt will make sure you’re doing it better.

Extreme Badass
If you built your Sportsman for mud or rocks, chances are you’re burning up belts left and right. Our Extreme Badass Belt is made for the big builds that have big tires and a huge amount of torque. The rubber compound and aramid cord are specially designed to handle those huge torque transfers that cause your clutch to squeeze your belt harder than it normally would.

You can tackle the bounty holes and dominate the rock garden with an Extreme Badass Belt to pull you through.

Sand Storm
Sand Storm Belts are built for the sand because we know that you’re riding full throttle when you’re climbing dunes or flying through the desert. High-RPM riding leads to high heat and quick deterioration, but Sand Storm Belts grip better for less heat build up, and dissipate any heat rapidly. They run cool, engage smoothly, and last longer.

If you want to go as fast as possible for as long as possible, Sand Storm is the belt for you.

Polaris Ranger 1000 Diesel 6" Lift Kit

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