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Jeffrey Jones

2018 Sportsman 450 EPS Accessories

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Just purchased a 450 EPS and I'm wondering about accessories. What are some good websites for aftermarket accessories? Looking for front and rear brush guards and LED lights.

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I am also interested in after market accessories and recommended vendors.

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i got the front bumper guard from Polaris and it looks awesome. another thing i did was add a kimpex nomad trunk too it an love it. gives my wife a place to sit and tons of storage. I modded the trunk to use lock and ride. Here is a video I followed to get it done. we went on a 10 hour ride and stored food and water in there and never ran out. Also has a place for a gas can for even longer rides.

 

 

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Nice looking box and the size is nice. So what’s going to be kept in there ?

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I keep all sorts of stuff in it. Great for around the land to put tools in. When riding I usually keep water and food. It has a seal and is pretty waterproof too. 

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