With the size and power of the Polaris General, a flat tire is bound to happen sooner or later. If you haven’t encountered a flat riding on the trail already, it’ll happen someday. When it does, it pays to be ready. Unlike a flat on the streets, you can’t call a tow company to pull you out, nor are there repair shops nearby. So, if you run into a flat tire in your Polaris General, you are responsible for getting your spare on and returning to the road.
Some prefer to carry a tire repair kit when offroading. Tire repair kits will work on small punctures, but all it takes is one sharp rock to rip your tire open. If this happens, your repair kit won’t be of any use.
It’s obvious that a spare tire is crucial when offroading. And the benefits it offers explain themselves. Yet, some Polaris General owners don’t carry a spare when offroading. We have alternate options if you avoid carrying an extra tire because you can’t spare room in your UTV.
You don’t have to sacrifice your bed space for a spare tire. With multiple Polaris General spare tire mount options like clamp-on Polaris General tire mounts, Y-strap Polaris General tire mounts, and bolt-on Polaris General tire mounts, you can get your spare mounted wherever you want.
At Everything Polaris General, we have Polaris General spare tire mounts that allow you to use space that you never utilize in your UTV. And it won’t obstruct your ride’s capabilities either. Some popular choices are Polaris General spare tire mount brackets, spare tire racks, hitch-mounted racks, etc…