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Determan

'03 Polaris Ranger gas pedal question.

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I just bought my wife a 2003 Polaris Ranger 500 for all of her gardening. (Not that I will ever use it for ice fishing...)

My question is, when you drive it for a long way it is very difficult to hold your ankle at the proper angle to push the gas pedal. It is hard to explain, but my lower leg will cramp up from trying to hold the gas pedal at a certain speed for a long time. My wife says the same thing.

Does any one else have this problem, and do you have any suggestions to solve this?

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It's kind an issue they have, supposedly on the 09's it's been taken care of. I guess people have improved the situation by adding on to the pedal or by placing a 2x6 on the floor under the pedal. This helps raise your foot and gives you a better angle on it.

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I thought about the 2x6. I figured that would help. I wondered if there was an update from Polaris, but I can't seem to find one if there is.

Thanks for the advice!

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Nope no update, search for quadovator. See a pic of what they have came up with.

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