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This is a discussion on Phone holder - what do you use within the Ranger XP 1000 Discussions forums, part of the Polaris Ranger Forums category; I use one of these. It's a Moose ATV fender bag. Straps to the center cross bar and the upper seat rail. Sits right behind ...

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    (Marty) PRC Sponsor Marty's Avatar
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    I use one of these. It's a Moose ATV fender bag. Straps to the center cross bar and the upper seat rail. Sits right behind your head and is large enough for your phone, wallet, hand held radio, roll of toilet paper and a few more handy items. Everyone that see's it winds up buying one themselves. It's handee!
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    Wet wipes and toilet paper are a must have. Leaves and tree bark are rough
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    This image uploader has just got to be improved upon. I just did 3 others the exact same way and they worked fine. =/

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    Quote Originally Posted by TND2018xp View Post
    We found one similar to this one. It goes in the cup holder and works really well on the trails.

    https://www.amazon.com/Lorima-Holder...r=8-1-fkmrnull
    Does it fit the cup holders on the new body style rangers? Looks nice, and plenty cup holders to choose from...
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    Yep. We have an 18 1000xp.

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    For my cellphone, have a magnetic mount on the upper crossbar and use a life Proof case with a magnetic backer. Sucker stays put. Use it mostly for Bluetooth for my stereo.

    Then I have a ram mount for my iPad for my maps, mounted into the useless cubby above the switch banks.


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    I use this.
    $12 and you're done shopping.

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    I use the Lifeproof magnetic mount. Works great
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxify55 View Post
    I use this.
    $12 and you're done shopping.

    https://www.amazon.com/TaoTronics-Un...r=8-1-fkmrnull
    Looks like a good idea but I don't have anything round like that I can mount it to in my 2019 900. Still looking for a good solution.

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    I've used a slightly older version of this holder on the windshield in my truck, Jeep, and car for a good while with excellent results. I'm going to try it secured to the Ranger 900 dash to see how that does. This holder has both suction and some kind of alien sticky stuff on it that seems to last forever. I'd rather not stick it to my hard coat windshield (but that's just me).

    https://www.amazon.com/iOttie-Dashbo...s%2C153&sr=8-3

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