Cargo Rack / Dog Seat
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Cargo Rack / Dog Seat - Back Seat Conversion Kit | Polaris RZR XP 4 1000
Best UTV Cargo Rack / Dog Seat Features for Polaris RZR XP 4 1000
2024 is not pictured. Design is slightly different but very close to the old version. Please message us if you’d like pictures prior to them being uploaded.
- Full UHMW product
- Access to foot opening for extra storage
- Easy and fast install and uninstall
- Easily tie down your cargo with D loops (purchase separately) - you can install loops anywhere on the platform
- Ability to secure access hole covers
Includes (per side)
- Base Kit for Seat Conversion
- (installs in seconds)
- Cargo Rack
How to choose between HDPE and UHMW
For most consumers, HDPE provides the best features for the price along with the most attractive material finish.
Our HDPE has a matte black finish and our UHMW has a shinny finish.
UHMW can be up to 10x the molecular strand length as HDPE. This enables UHMW to be even more durable and abrasion resistant than HDPE. However, the unique manufacturing process that is needed to achieve UHMW’s performance leads to a higher material price and a less consistent color/texture.
High Density Polyethylene
ULTRA High Molecular Weight Polyethylene
Not sold or recommended for most offroad applications
Best for heavy use offroad riders
Excellent, no variations in color or texture
Good, slight variations in color and texture, black
- Low use
- High use
Extremely common plastic that is easy to form into consumer items
Extremely durable, wear resistant, self lubricating industrial plastic
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Timeline (Jump to)
1:00 - Intro to the cargo rack
1:38 - Assembling the kit
3:11 - Installing into the machine - seconds to install
4:01 - Difference between competitors / Seat Base
4:45 - Difference between UHMW and HMW
5:10 - Strength Test
6:30 - Dog test
If you have custom seats, you can adjust the edges by cutting the plastic with a jigsaw or circular saw. Cutting instructions come with your purchase.
Still have questions? Request Model Verification by our staff or Contact Us!
What is UHMW?
UHMW-PE stands for Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polythene.
High Impact Strength
- Absorbs impacts
- Bounces back to original shape
Significantly dampens impact noise
Self Lubricating/High Abrasion Resistance
- Easily slide over rocks and logs
- Outwears carbon steel 10:1, great for sand
- Lighter than aluminum
- Very similar weight to HDPE (Factory/OEM material)
Why is our material the better than others?
We only supply genuine American made UHMW-PE.
We believe some products pose as UHMW based but are not made from UHMW. Some material descriptions that we believe you should be aware of are:
- "Proprietary blend of UHMW" (most likely HDPE or HMW)
- HMW (less than 10x the molecular weight of UHMW)
- ARMW (most likely HMW)
Which UHMW material thickness should I choose?
3/8th inch UHMW is the best material thickness for nearly all riders.
- 1/8th inch won't allow for a flat finish, hardware or lap joints
- 1/2 inch adds unnecessary weight, doesn't add meaningful upgrade in protection
Why we don't use colored UHMW?
UHMW colors are very limited and primarily used for utility applications, not cosmetic applications. This means that color shades can have significant variations from sheet-to-sheet and will not be matched to a specific Pantone (color matching system). If you have seen cool colored plastics, they are most likely not UHMW because of the inability to color match.
Strength of UHMW vs other plastics?
UHMW has more than 10x the molecular weight than it's little brother HMW (some might call it ARMW). This is what gives UHMW it's superior impact strength, abrasion resistance, stress/crack resistance, and more! This makes it very important to prioritize material type/authenticity over material thickness.
Why factory skids don't cut it?
- Most Factory/OEM skids provide minimal protection
- Factory skids are made with plastic that easily cracks, punctures, or breaks
- Too Thin or Too Thick
- Too many needless holes add snag points