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It doesn’t matter if you’re chopping the frame of your Polaris RZR XP 900, installing some slick new skins on your Polaris RZR Turbo, or bed-lining the body panels of your Polaris RZR S 1000 for added protection, there are countless mods you can make to the body of your Polaris RZR. Extra wide body kits, for instance, are popular among mudders -- plus, they just look cool. If you’re running bigger, wider, tires, a wide body kit will help block mud from flinging up all over the sides of your machine and keep you from getting muddy as well. Similarly, protective paints and liners can also be applied to the body of your RZR to protect it from mud, scratches, and errant debris from the trail. Raptor Liner by U-Pol is among the better brands out there. It’s a tad more expensive than the other options, but if you want your rig to look good, it’s best not to cheap out. To apply the liner, start by lightly sanding your RZR’s body panels and clean them with alcohol. The key when applying it is to not over apply, yet still ensure an unbroken, consistently-thick, layer across the surface of the body.


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Like liners, body armor, bumpers, and tree bars are great ways to protect the plastic cowling of your RZR’s body. Some people go with just the tree kickers, while others go with wrap cages for protection all the way around the fenders to the bumpers. 

With body armor like those by Houser or Gilbert’s Offroad, the rear bumper ties into the machine’s cage, providing support at the weakest point on the rear bumper. The tree situation comes into play with this as well. If you find yourself on an angle coming down on the cage’s weld point, tree kickers help keep everything solid and in good enough condition. This way, you can cover your bases in terms of expensive investments and replacement parts in the RZR body, frame, and cage. But if you’re after panache over protection, you’ll likely see a great deal of value in door skins. Polaris makes a variety of skins, and so does a company called PRP. They look macho and badass to say the least. The only caveat, however, is that because they are just the skin, they are only as strong as the stock doors to which they are attached. Now if you build some nice tube frames for them, then that’s a different story. So whether you’re wanting to protect your RZR body, replace damaged body panels, or add some flare with a different design or color, at Everything Polaris RZR, we’ve got what you need to make your RZR body look good and stay that way.

Shop 2019 RZR Models: 2019 RZR 570 Body | 2019 RZR 900 Body | 2019 RZR-S 900 Body | 2019 RZR-S 1000 Body | 2019 RZR XP 1000 Body | 2019 RZR XP Turbo Body | 2019 RZR XP Turbo S Body

Shop 2020 RZR Models: 2020 RZR 570 Body | 2020 RZR 900 Body | 2020 RZR-S 900 Body | 2020 RZR-S 1000 Body | 2020 RZR XP 1000 Body | 2020 RZR XP Turbo Body | 2020 RZR XP Turbo S Body | 2020 RZR Pro XP Body

Shop 2021 RZR Models: 2021 RZR 570 Body | 2021 RZR 900 Body | 2021 RZR-S 900 Body | 2021 RZR-S 1000 Body | 2021 RZR XP 1000 Body | 2021 RZR XP Turbo Body | 2021 RZR XP Turbo S Body | 2021 RZR Pro XP Body