Utility Vehicle Converts For ‘Air’ Time

Curtis Industries, LLC has added a new feature to its 2009 Polaris Ranger utility vehicle – just in time for summer. How will it open up your ride?

The new, revolutionary, modular cab system for the 2009 Polaris Ranger utility vehicle allows rapid transformation from a fully enclosed cab to an open-air ride in only 60 seconds. The Curtis Rapid-Convertible System (RCS) allows the user to choose one or all components for maximum flexibility as the weather changes.

A simple ROPS base frame with cab receiver mounts provides safety and easy installation of the modular components. Initial installation time is approximately two hours, half the time as other cab systems! The roof, windshield, and rear panel feature a unique, quick-release pin to slot connection and a heavy duty quick release latch. The strong but lightweight hard-coated polycarbonate Quantum coated windshield quickly vents for varying temperatures and is designed and tested for full speed travel with the windshield open or closed. An optional wiper kit is also available.

Cab panels are designed using advanced technology and materials. The Rapid-Convertible System uses thermoformed TPO material (not ABS plastic or fiberglass) for all body panels. TPO offers superior low-temp impact resistance, higher heat-deflection, and greater dimensional stability than ABS or fiberglass. This cab features door and rear panel sliders that are made of Impact Modified Acrylic to allow airflow and access from the cab.

Available in black, cab components — base frame, roof, windshield, doors, and rear panel — can be purchased as a complete cab or cab without doors.

For more information on Curtis products, visit www.curtiscab.com or call 800-343-7676.

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