Sure Polaris has OEM accessories for the General but they’re not always the cheapest around and that’s where the aftermarket comes in. Since the Polaris General is still relatively new, there aren’t too many options out there but that should improve over time once they start getting their hands on a General.
For now, here’s a few aftermarket companies with General compatible accessories and kits you can order from.
R2C Performance Products
If you’re tired of changing out your air filter for a new one, maybe R2C’s Extreme Series reusable and heavy duty air filters are what you’re looking for. It’s not currently advertised on their site but you can order one using the part number OR10517.
They have a sizeable selection of General parts and accessories. Looking to install larger tires? Well maybe their high clearance A-Arms are what interests you. Want to have a higher ride? They have a powder coated 3” lift kit for that. Everything from wheels spacers to half windshields are available so there’s something for everyone. With time, maybe they’ll come out with more accessories for the General.
Want to bring something along in the UTV bed and it won’t fit into the General’s OEM cargo box? There’s a strap for that. The ROK Straps to be precise and you can get some from PU-Products. They also have ROK Dog Stretch Leashes so you can bring man’s best friend along for the ride.
A few other aftermarket companies are working on Polaris General accessories and parts so keep your eye out because there’s more to come.
Seizmik is working on releasing windshields, rear panels, mirrors, upper door kits, and a rack system for the General in the near future.
Shock Therapyst will be coming out with dual rate spring kits, internal shock mods and valving, and some 2.5" RC2 upgrades.
Ryfab is working on some accessories as well. What they are, we don’t really know but what we do know is that they are going to come out with General windshields.
Do any of these aftermarket parts pique your interest? If not, what are you looking for?