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Yesterday my salesperson and I were discussing the differences in size between midsize and full-size. I formally owned a Polaris Ranger 800 and got the 570 crew for the increased capacity in carrying people and narrow body (bed 42” across on midsize and 54” on full size, a noticeable difference, please note these measurements are going off of memory) and on the same trails notice a significant difference in the amount of limbs, etc., that will brush against the unit. However, when we compared the actual width across the wheels there really isn’t that much difference, 60” vs. 61”. I’m not disappointed in my 570 crew, but surprised the actual difference where you can go is really small when compared to a full size.
 

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Yesterday my salesperson and I were discussing the differences in size between midsize and full-size. I formally owned a Polaris Ranger 800 and got the 570 crew for the increased capacity in carrying people and narrow body (bed 42” across on midsize and 54” on full size, a noticeable difference, please note these measurements are going off of memory) and on the same trails notice a significant difference in the amount of limbs, etc., that will brush against the unit. However, when we compared the actual width across the wheels there really isn’t that much difference, 60” vs. 61”. I’m not disappointed in my 570 crew, but surprised the actual difference where you can go is really small when compared to a full size.
my 2014 midsize ( not crew )is only 58" on the back wheels and around 55" on front.i hunt with a friend that has an 800 and he still shares the same trails as me ,but has more difficulty going through areas where there is trees and stumps as his cab height is higher than mine
 

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Yesterday my salesperson and I were discussing the differences in size between midsize and full-size. I formally owned a Polaris Ranger 800 and got the 570 crew for the increased capacity in carrying people and narrow body (bed 42” across on midsize and 54” on full size, a noticeable difference, please note these measurements are going off of memory) and on the same trails notice a significant difference in the amount of limbs, etc., that will brush against the unit. However, when we compared the actual width across the wheels there really isn’t that much difference, 60” vs. 61”. I’m not disappointed in my 570 crew, but surprised the actual difference where you can go is really small when compared to a full size.
I just went and measured my 2015 Mid-size crew. The bed that is 46" wide by 32" long and my rear wheels are 58" wide and front are 54". I've not had the opportunity to go to the narrow trails I plan on going, but I know for certain a full size sxs won't make it. Mine may not either, but sometimes a couple of inches here an there makes a difference. I guess time will tell whether or not we will be happy with our choices. At this point, the only thing that upsets me is that Polaris doesn't have a full poly door kit and no one else has a full kit for the mid-size crew (except for a canvas door kit). Apart from that, I really like my 570 midsize Crew.
 

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I just went and measured my 2015 Mid-size crew. The bed that is 46" wide by 32" long and my rear wheels are 58" wide and front are 54". I've not had the opportunity to go to the narrow trails I plan on going, but I know for certain a full size sxs won't make it. Mine may not either, but sometimes a couple of inches here an there makes a difference. I guess time will tell whether or not we will be happy with our choices. At this point, the only thing that upsets me is that Polaris doesn't have a full poly door kit and no one else has a full kit for the mid-size crew (except for a canvas door kit). Apart from that, I really like my 570 midsize Crew.
the extra length of wheelbase might be an issue on some trails
 

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I just went and measured my 2015 Mid-size crew. The bed that is 46" wide by 32" long and my rear wheels are 58" wide and front are 54". I've not had the opportunity to go to the narrow trails I plan on going, but I know for certain a full size sxs won't make it. Mine may not either, but sometimes a couple of inches here an there makes a difference. I guess time will tell whether or not we will be happy with our choices. At this point, the only thing that upsets me is that Polaris doesn't have a full poly door kit and no one else has a full kit for the mid-size crew (except for a canvas door kit). Apart from that, I really like my 570 midsize Crew.
I'm in a similar position regarding doors and will wait through Spring/Summer to see what comes available, specifically aftermarket and hopefully get four poly doors. I may just get the two front poly doors and divide the cab with a vinyl piece for my winter use as no one really rides but me during Winter.
 

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my 2014 midsize ( not crew )is only 58" on the back wheels and around 55" on front.i hunt with a friend that has an 800 and he still shares the same trails as me ,but has more difficulty going through areas where there is trees and stumps as his cab height is higher than mine
Does anyone know on 2015 polaris 570 midsize what door height an width is
 
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