Many riders suggest going with 4,500 Lb winches or bigger for any Polaris RZR. And while the use of recovery tools like snatch blocks and pulleys can increase the power of smaller winches, a good number of riders find 4,500 Lb Polaris RZR winches to be in the Goldilocks zone: not too big, not too small. An unwritten rule of thumb in the side-by-side world is to always use a winch that is rated to handle at least double the weight of the machine it's pulling. And for the RZR 570, RZR 900, RZR 1000, and RZR Turbo, a winch in the 4,500 Lb class is more than sufficient. It should be noted, however, that the winch's rating is only for the first wrap, and the pulling power will diminish as more lines get drawn in around the drum. So even if you're pulling a vehicle that weighs less than half of the rating of your 4,500 Lb Polaris RZR winch, it is still wise to use a snatch block to both augment your pulling power and reduce jerks and shakiness when operating the winch. Whether you're a mud rider who needs to overcome the weight of the RZR plus the weight of the surrounding material, or a wintertime rider who needs a winch to get unstuck from snow drifts, at Everything Polaris RZR, you'll find the best 4,500 Lb RZR winches and winch-related accessories for any on-road or off-road application!
Cutting-edge UTV firms like SuperATV, KFI, Warn, and Moose all make their own versions of 4,500 Lb winches for the Polaris RZR. And regardless of whether you're after a 4,500 Lb winch with a steel cable winch line, or a 4,500 Lb winch with a synthetic rope winch line, you'll find whatever it is that you desire here at Everything Polaris RZR. Want a 4,500 Lb winch for your RZR Pro XP with a wireless remote control? Or how about a 4,500 Lb winch for your RZR S 1000 operable via an in-dash rocker switch? For the perfect combination of strength, reliability, and convenience, look no further than the 4,500 Lb Polaris RZR winches available at Everything Polaris RZR.