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This is a discussion on New stuff, adding again! within the ACE Pictures/Videos forums, part of the Polaris ACE Forums category; Originally Posted by MUDMAZE Where did you get the ice chest and basket? I can't keep any drinks cold, both front and rear compartments get ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUDMAZE View Post
    Where did you get the ice chest and basket? I can't keep any drinks cold, both front and rear compartments get hot on both my 570 and 900.
    The basket I got from Lowes hardware. It was in the metal storage cabinets section. They were a little big so I cut the ends and pulled them in and tack welded them. Cut it down to fit the Engel Dry/Box cooler. It’s a great cooler. It keeps out the dust and keeps stuff cold.
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    Mudmaze, Love the custom color. Is that graphics or what. Very nice job.
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    I as well love the basket idea.
    I have (2) crab chiller baskets at work.
    They measure in at 17" W x 28" L x 5-1/2" T.
    I'm hoping to be able to mount it up higher on the back of the Ace.
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    Which is the better position?
    My initial gut says A.

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    16' ACE 900 SP

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    Professional looking alternative - Rhino Rack design.
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    Clever use of a rhino rack huntsouthnz can never have enough spots to store gear.. I had an aluminium plate laser cut to sit on the front carry rack and a low plastic tray bolted there but the hinges/hinge area ended up giving way.. bought a new front rack panel and the extended tie rail for the front its been invaluable for hauling stuff around. My hunting pack usually lays on the front along with my Swandri jacket tied on they dont stick up as high as the low factory 1/2 windshield what little bit of forward vision it might block is negligible and leaves the rear tray free for my dogs. I hadn't thought about using the roof to load lighter items.. Is never enough space some days..

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