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Seizmik’s Polaris RZR Rear Rack System Review

Whether you’re out on the trail alone, camping with family or just riding with friends for fun, there is always a need for more cargo space. When it comes to UTV sport models, the Polaris RZR is at the top of the list and even though it might not have as much room in the back as some others, it’s great fun and if you’re anything like me, you will sacrifice some ergonomics for performance any day!

In the past, RZR owners had to pack light or just pile it on the back and use numerous bungee cords to make all their precious cargo stay in place. That’s not the case anymore thanks to Seizmik’s new rear cargo rack!

Their Occam’s Razor Rear Rack System provides more than double the normal rear cargo space and it features a pivoting basket so you can access and store items below it. The durable all steel construction is sure to last and matches with the stock cage well. The rack is raised high enough off the bed that it will help keep those sensitive cargo items up and away from the engine heat, but it’s also low enough that it won’t interfere with rearward field of view.

Seizmik’s rear rack provides all of these features and it’s easy to install! The system is simple and comes with the following: one rack, two support arms, two roll cage clamps and two support arm clamps.

The first step is to remove the factory Torx bolt in the rear cargo area and then install the support arms with the same bolt.

After the supports are in place, I fastened the roll cage clamps into place.

Now comes the fun part, installing the rack. I used the support posts to hold it into place and then secured it into place with the necessary bolts and washers to the cage clamps. Once I had it secured, I installed the support arm clamps and I was finished!

Here are some before and after shots:

Additional angles:

There is also plenty of room for an over sized spare, gas tank or jack!

Find out more about this rack and other Seizmik products here.

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