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ATR Polaris RZR XP Predator Roll Cage

Saturday, July 30th, 2011

atr polaris rzr xp roll cage 4 150x101 ATR Polaris RZR XP Predator Roll Cage ATR’s Polaris RZR XP Predator Roll Cage is the perfect blend of style and safety. Constructed from 1 ¾” .120 wall DOM it is significantly stronger than the factory RZR XP roll cage.  The Predator Roll Cage includes ATR’s Polaris RZR XP rear tube bumper that features ATR’s “Chassis Rib” frame plate that braces the rear suspension’s radius arm mounts and provides for the most secure way to tie in the rear of the roll cage. ATR Predator roll cage comes with optional formed aluminum top, flag and rear view mirror mounts. Custom powder coating available. Fore more information visit ATR’s website at http://allterrainresearch.net or call 903-581-0008 Read More→

Rigid Industries 30″ LED Light Bar

Monday, July 26th, 2010

Lighting on any rig is important, for safety and visibility.  Seeing the trail ahead when rock crawling or watching the trail ahead when desert running requires a product that will withstand a great deal of abuse and offer both spot and flood capabilities.   The 30″ Rigid “E” Series Light Bar met all of these requirements…shockproof, combination spot/flood and low power draw.  By using the ATR Dash Brace, the Rigid LED mounts safely below the roofline and away from the front bumper, minimizing glare and potential damage….when you choose a light of this quality, you want it protected! Read More→

ATR Dash Bar – RockCrawler RZR

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

If you play at all, you are going to flop your RZR…if you play hard, you are likely to do a full roll.  And if you’ve spent any time researching on the internet, you’ve seen the images of the RZR A-pillar bent to one side or the other following a rollover.  The stock RZR rollcage is not the strongest, and while plenty of high quality full replacement aftermarket options exist, there are improvements you can make to your stock cage that will greatly strengthen it and save some money…this is why I chose to install the All Terrain Research Dash Bar w/ V-Brace. Read More→

 All Terrain Research Chassis RibsAnother major recommended addition for a stock or LE model RZR are “Chassis Ribs” from All Terrain Research.  Like the previously installed “Chassis Bones,” these help prevent the RZR chassis from bending during jumping/landing by tying the rear suspension mounts together.

(Yes, you will jump your RZR…and yes, it is fun…don’t kid yourself!)

The install is simple and easy, and should take less than :30 minutes.  Tools required are a 15mm combination wrench, a 15mm socket and short extension, a floor jack to take the weight off the suspension, a hammer, a tapered drift and a pry bar….and that’s it.  Short but sweet.  I barely even got dirty. (barely, since walking into my shop usually requires a change of clothes, even if I don’t touch a thing) Read More→

 All Terrain Research Chassis Bones install on the RockCrawler RZRFirst on the project list were the items that would help keep the OEM parts from disintegrating after it’s first trip out. Did some online research and one of the companies that jumped out was All Terrain Research out of Tyler TX. The owner, Jeremy Bratcher, is an offroad enthusiast with a variety of addictions, the latest being UTV’s. The company has come out with some great products that are “must have” items when building a RZR. Read More→