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Old 08-07-2017, 11:16 PM   #1
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10ft garage and Polaris Ranger 570 or 900

I have a 2013 Voltage 3200 TH with 10ft garage. Looking to get a side by side Polaris Ranger 570 or XP 900. I'm concerned if one will fit? Does anyone currently have a similar TH with 10ft garage that fits a UTV like this. These are the 2 door version Rangers not the longer 4 door crews. Specs say the 570 Ranger is 114" (9ft 6") and the 900 is 116" (9.6ft). It's a little tight just wonder if someone knows or has similar set up to this ??

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Hi. My 800s fits fine in my 10ft garage. Little tight but works

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I have a garage that is 10'1" and a 2011 Rzr 900xp 2-seater. It will hold my Rzr, but it is tight. I can squeeze by it in the front, but not the back. 2nd photo here:

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I hauled my 570 in the 10" garage on my work and play with out issue . I double strap at each point so it doesn't move in the event a ratchet strap fails since it is tight.
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