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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-26-2019, 02:34 PM Thread Starter
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as mentioned in my first ever thread here i have a question (which i added another one so they became actually two right now). since english isnt my native language please be patient with my spelling.

i recently got my first polaris scrambler 1000. i'd like to ask if anyone can suggest some gear items.

1. i'm looking for some kind of bag. my scrambler has a rear bumber which was told to be somekind of roll-over bar actually and its look seems to verify this because its pretty massive. long term short there isnt space left to mount a rack. i'm looking for a water and dust proof soft case to fix it on top at my rear. i dont need much volume, just a few litres for snacks, a bottle of water or two and some utilitiy tools (so lets say 20 to 30 litres should be fine, maybe even smaller). i dont need a original polaris case and would prefer an easy fitting but it must be reliable enough to not get lost when entering the outback.
2. another thing im searching for is an attachment for my mobile. i got a samsung xcover4 for navigation and since it has an ip 68 i just need a very reliable clamp without further protection (or conservation). again it must be suitable for offroad rides.

i hope you guys can come up with some ideas! every form of input is really very welcome. thanks a lot in advance and ride carefully
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-26-2019, 03:20 PM
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I've seen some guys mount a Pelican case to the rear rack. That's the way I would go. If not I would look for a OGIO lock and ride semi-rigid bag.


Can't help with a phone mount.

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thanks man the pelican bags are hardcase arent ghey? didnt find a soft version yet.
the OGIO lock and ride semi-rigid bag seems pretty good for me althoug its a bit to big in seizure? i need to keep space to the exhausts if its softcase and thus flex to prevent it from being damaged. can u tell how its usually attached? im not sure yet this will work with my bumper only?!

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Yes the pelican is a hardcase.

I agree OGIO is big compared to the Scramy's rear rack.
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GURU front brush guard
GURU rear brush guard
Polaris front lock n ride cargo box
Polaris rear rack extender
Warn RT 3.0 winch w/amsteel synthetic line
Viper aluminum haus fairlead
Polaris front spring adjusters
Ricochet a-arm guards
Ricochet full frame skid plate
ITP T-7 beadlock 14" w/OMF inner rim guards
Maxxis big horn 2.0 26x9 front
Maxxis big horn 2.0 26x11 rear
QSC clutch kit
EPI HD springs front n rear
ODI rogue 130mm grips
Ultraseal commercial grade tire sealant (front)
Highlifter tire sealant (rear)
CTEK 3300 battery maintainer
added 7 zerks
beefed up wiring harness
OGIO rear bag
ROTOPAX 1gal. + 2gal. gasoline can
Jccapri bushing kit
Kolpin Over Fenders
Rigid Industries E-Series 10" flood
Walker Evans struts
NGK Iridium's (2,500 miles on Champion's and they looked great!)
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thanks man the pelican bags are hardcase arent ghey? didnt find a soft version yet.
the OGIO lock and ride semi-rigid bag seems pretty good for me althoug its a bit to big in seizure? i need to keep space to the exhausts if its softcase and thus flex to prevent it from being damaged. can u tell how its usually attached? im not sure yet this will work with my bumper only?!

best regards!!
this must be the rear bumper u have ? ,
since u don't have the rear rack it might be easier for you to mount a plastic storage box in front like seen in the second picture,
this is not my quad, it is a picture from a member on forum here who posted it,
the front hood/ cover on the scrambler is solid enough you could screw a "small" box on top of it if you don't carry anything heavy in it, in my opinion.
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indeed, thats my bumper!
i'd prefer a rear bag tbh but in case i dont find a fitting solution i have this in mind! thx
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thanks man the pelican bags are hardcase arent ghey? didnt find a soft version yet.
the OGIO lock and ride semi-rigid bag seems pretty good for me althoug its a bit to big in seizure? i need to keep space to the exhausts if its softcase and thus flex to prevent it from being damaged. can u tell how its usually attached? im not sure yet this will work with my bumper only?!

best regards!!
this must be the rear bumper u have ? ,
since u don't have the rear rack it might be easier for you to mount a plastic storage box in front like seen in the second picture,
this is not my quad, it is a picture from a member on forum here who posted it,
the front hood/ cover on the scrambler is solid enough you could screw a "small" box on top of it if you don't carry anything heavy in it, in my opinion.
let me pick that up again: can you tell me where to get this front back/what its named/whatever to identify?
thx man!
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thanks man the pelican bags are hardcase arent ghey? didnt find a soft version yet.
the OGIO lock and ride semi-rigid bag seems pretty good for me althoug its a bit to big in seizure? i need to keep space to the exhausts if its softcase and thus flex to prevent it from being damaged. can u tell how its usually attached? im not sure yet this will work with my bumper only?!

best regards!!
this must be the rear bumper u have ? ,
since u don't have the rear rack it might be easier for you to mount a plastic storage box in front like seen in the second picture,
this is not my quad, it is a picture from a member on forum here who posted it,
the front hood/ cover on the scrambler is solid enough you could screw a "small" box on top of it if you don't carry anything heavy in it, in my opinion.
let me pick that up again: can you tell me where to get this front back/what its named/whatever to identify?
thx man!
that is not a ATV storage box, its a storage box/ tool box sold at any hardware store.
Measure dimension opening on quad and order one online or go to a store. As previously posted the picture is not of my atv but another member on here.
I will try and contact him for you to see where he bought it if you want.


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this must be the rear bumper u have ? ,
since u don't have the rear rack it might be easier for you to mount a plastic storage box in front like seen in the second picture,
this is not my quad, it is a picture from a member on forum here who posted it,
the front hood/ cover on the scrambler is solid enough you could screw a "small" box on top of it if you don't carry anything heavy in it, in my opinion.
let me pick that up again: can you tell me where to get this front back/what its named/whatever to identify?
thx man!
that is not a ATV storage box, its a storage box/ tool box sold at any hardware store.
Measure dimension opening on quad and order one online or go to a store. As previously posted the picture is not of my atv but another member on here.
I will try and contact him for you to see where he bought it if you want.
ok, thought it was an atv-specific box or something. i can keep my eyes open myself, but thanks a lot.
tbh, im still on hope i will find a water resistant small and soft case for my rear

so id anyone knows a cool bag, let me know
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