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Rear jump seat from Cabella's

This is a discussion on Rear jump seat from Cabella's within the Ranger photos forums, part of the Polaris Ranger Forums category; Just wanted to let you guys know that I installed the jump seat from Cabellas with great success. The seat is solid and on sale ...

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    Rear jump seat from Cabella's

    Just wanted to let you guys know that I installed the jump seat from Cabellas with great success. The seat is solid and on sale for $120.00 right now! I have included some pics for your viewing pleasure.







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    Thanks for sharing, I had seen those advertised in the cabela's catalog and wondered what they looked like installed. They seem to fit nicely in the bed. What kind of flooring do you have in your bed, that finish looks really clean. Are you satisfied with the quality of the seats?

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    That's just a rubber mat that I had laying around the house. My best friend is a carpet installer and he cut the mat to fit perfectly in the Ranger. The seat has exceeded my expectations. I figured that for $120 it would last the year, but the framing is all steel and the cushions are only velcroed on. When they tear I will make some new ones. I would not go jumping the dunes with the seat or major rock crawling, however I mostly ride fire roads and old logging roads anyhow. I especially like the fact that the seat can be removed with four pins and I have my whole bed for work.

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    Those seats work great, I put one in our XP last year for my kids to ride in, they love it. Not as nice as some brand name ones but its $120 not $1200 or so, the kids will probably only use it for a few years anyways then it will be taken out.
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    were we can get them ?
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    Merci , did you saw the trailers , 4 weels , look ok and cheap price , good spot , thank
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    Nice looking setup, where did you get the rear rollcage???


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    Wher did you purchase that rear bed tool bar from??

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    The tool cage is a genuine polaris item that i got as one of my free accessories when i purchased my Ranger. I think it sells for about $300. not sure if it was worth the price if I had to pay for it, but it was on the machine when I bought it. I like it and my kids feel safe with it on there. I definately like the custom look it gives and everyone who sees my ranger really likes it.

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