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    2013 Polaris Ranger 800 EFI Mid-Size Heated Seat Accessories

    2013 Polaris Ranger 800 EFI Mid-Size
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    Front: 25x8-12, Rear: 25x11-12
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    Moose Racing Internal Seat Heater Installs under OEM vinyl by removing seat staples along the back of the seat Warms up fast and is very flexible Ultra thin flexible design makes it easy to install

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    Don (Buffalo, MN)

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    Dragonfire Racing Seat

    I replaced the original seat in my 2015 Polaris ACE with this new Dragonfire seat...WHAT AN IMPROVEMENT! The new seat fits perfectly. A tip to first time installers: Enlarge the original mounting holes in the upper slides slightly, and do not tighten the mounting bolts when mounting them to the underside of the seat. Instead, apply some LOK-TITE to the mounting screws and snug them up to allow some side-to-side drift for misalignment.

    Don (Buffalo, MN)

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    Dragonfire Harness

    I installed the harness together with a new Dragonfire racing seat in my 2015 Polaris ACE - A fantastic improvement! I understand the straps are a bit long to accomodate oversize passengers. A kit should be included for shortening the straps.

    Paavo (Sault Ste. Marie , ON)

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    Pro armor 4 point harnesses

    Feel much more secure than those factory belts easy to install easy to put on and adjust takes couple more seconds buckle up but at least I and my passenger will stay secured in the rzr in worse case senario

    Tom (Lavalette, WV)

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    Dragonfire Harness Override Plug

    This plug makes it pain free. Just plug it in when you need it, unplug it when you don't. Overall, it's cheaper and less time consuming to just order this plug than it is to locate and acquire the correct parts to make a plug or just butchering the wiring.

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