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post #31 of 48 (permalink) Old 05-25-2012, 09:49 PM
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My Upgraded rack extension with rotopax on it
Man thats cool, where did you get the rack extension?

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My Upgraded rack extension with rotopax on it
Man thats cool, where did you get the rack extension?
Yes, I would like to know where you got it?

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post #33 of 48 (permalink) Old 05-26-2012, 05:26 AM
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Max polaris posted a picture of the Rack Extension I have amd it was made Lil Mule out of Utah but take a look at the picture I posted-and compare. You will see it has been significantly reinforced and moved back about 2 inches. The orginal one literally shook apart, lost bolts, welds broke, and sat to far forward. Good Idea but very poor workmanship, design and construction. The advertised that the Roto Pax mounted right up to it and had to make things better. It would probably be better in the long run to have somebody build or build one yourself.
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post #34 of 48 (permalink) Old 05-26-2012, 07:59 AM Thread Starter
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I have not purchased the one Ron has yet.
The owner or phone person was always busy and didn't have time to sell.
He had/has a new design in the works (not available yet), but had the pictured one above supposedly in stock (this was a couple of months back now).
I balked on getting this rack although it looks great.
First I need to hear its durable and second the person needs to make themselves available.
The website was a little kittywompus for online orders...

Gotta admit it looks good!

He may have deleted the fuel carry option as some said the rack was too high.
Give'em a holler he will speak with you.

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Looking for the Dual Bags for X2 - 2876088

These bags look very handy, but the are no longer available. Any idea where I might find some old stock on somebody's shelves. Or, anybody out there have a set they would like to sell?

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The dealer has the ability to check stock at other dealers and they will be able to get them for you. I actually had them do that for me for a part and hope it will help you on accessories,
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My home made stuff. Sure others on here have seen it on my other thread before but thought I would share here too. There really does need to be more accessories available for the X2. Awesome machines.
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Looking for duel cargo bags for my x2. Did you come up with something? Thanks
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The X2 is not that popular in my area. If you guys want to take some pictures of the bed area with a tape measure showing the lengths I can see what we can come up with here at the store.

Thanks Thor, I'll get some measurements to you. Polaris does have a rear hard box for one up riding (not for me). A three sided soft piece for when the passenger seat is operational could be a popular accessory.
The X2 seems like a supreme ranch/property owners delight... Then a play rig. It is roomy for two.
The g/f & I plan to putt putt around, seeing the sights, smell the roses etc, which for the passeneger on a X2, soft luggage is/would be deluxe.

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A lot will work with the X2....
Thanks Mystro, you have a nice set-up for sure. I do have the dual cargo bags ordered. The fender bags will follow.

I like the looks/idea of the American Trails Low Center front bag... as long as I don't need to drill holes.
Anyone have experience with it?

My goal of setting up my X2 is to not weigh down an already 799 lb atv.
Light cordura gear and when I need them replacement tires no bigger than either 8/10 or 9/11-26's.

Polaris does make this, but my dealer says it doesn't fit so well when the passenger seat is up for use...?


Also get the the measurements with the rear seat in place.

This bag works great on the X2 with the passenger seat in use. It fits like a glove between the passenger backrest and the tailgate, I know cause I own one. They still have them on Fleabay right now discounted 50% off at $44.99 w/ free ship.

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Photo x2 cargo bag

I finally found a set of cargo bags on eBay but I was wondering if you could send me a photo of your bag with passenger seat up..........can't seem to find! Thanks
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