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I was just sold a Polaris poly rear panel for my 2013 mid size Ranger 800, and I was told that this would work with the Polaris poly cab. I'm curious if this will indeed fit with the poly cab? Because the Poly cab rear panel is a different part number, that number is 2879950.
 

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Looking at both rear panels it should work.
The full poly panel(2878761) offers a better unobstructed view, but is not sealed to the rollcage, so you will get wet/cold some. It will make a good windscreen.
The full poly rear panel (2879950) offers better weather protection, and will obstruct your view some. But if you are planning on a full cab system, this would be a better choice.

Since you are in NY, I would opt for the full rear panel (2879950).
 

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That's what I was thinking.... For the price, I may just keep it for now, and this summer or later on in the spring purchase the one for the poly cab.... We do plan on putting on a full poly cab with heat. I also found a power steering system from superatv.com, have you looked at that yet?? I was thinking about getting that for my wife.
 

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That's what I was thinking.... For the price, I may just keep it for now, and this summer or later on in the spring purchase the one for the poly cab.... We do plan on putting on a full poly cab with heat. I also found a power steering system from superatv.com, have you looked at that yet?? I was thinking about getting that for my wife.
JM2C, I would not keep the rear panel that you have now, I would use that money toward the other panel.
The dust will come in from the back and side.
With the other panel you have some material that comes around the side to the arm rest and seals against the back, making it a better option. You may find the one you have now laying in your garage, with the thought of, I wish I would not have kept that one.

I do not have any experience with the SuperATV power steering.
 

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JM2C, I would not keep the rear panel that you have now, I would use that money toward the other panel.
The dust will come in from the back and side.
With the other panel you have some material that comes around the side to the arm rest and seals against the back, making it a better option. You may find the one you have now laying in your garage, with the thought of, I wish I would not have kept that one.

I do not have any experience with the SuperATV power steering.
so I just bought a 15 mid size crew 570...which rear panel should I get to keep out the dust
 

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This time I went with the Polaris steel cab rear panel and if the poly cab fits as nice as mine, definitely go for the poly cab panel! If you are going with a cab later anyway it just makes sense!
Right now, the Polaris cab offerings are really the only game in town when it comes to the 2015 570! They are a bit expensive, but if you have the funds, they are by far the best fitting/engineered cabs that are/will be available for the 2015s PERIOD!

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