If you use your UTV for work, there’s a good chance you’ll still have work to do when the weather gets cold. The driveway still needs plowing and the cows still need to get fed. If you use a side-by-side for fun, that urge to get away from it all and go riding doesn’t go away when the snow hits. By getting a UTV heater for your machine, you’ll be able to take on the cold and enjoy the ride.
Winter riding can be a blast! So the longer you can stretch out your riding season, and do so in comfort, the better. Maybe you love to travel across the country, exploring remote trails with your friends. You won’t always have the luxury of the weather being a balmy 72 degrees, especially when you are high up in some distant mountain.
Cold weather hits differently when you’re riding, especially if you choose not to run a windshield. Even if you have one, the cold still finds a way inside your cab.
At high speeds, cold winds rush toward your face—not exactly the most comfortable feeling in the world. That’s not even taking into account the freezing water that sprays up when you underestimate the depth of that creek crossing.
Often when riding, shelter can be miles away. That’s an inconvenience in the best of times and downright dangerous at the worst of times. (Our friend Shawn found this out the hard way.)
Just because cold weather exists doesn’t mean you have to call it a day and store your ride for the winter. By taking precautions and properly setting up your side-by-side for the elements, you can extend your UTV use.
Accessories like a windshield and doors are a given, but if you want real side-by-side luxury to make your friends jealous, you need a UTV heater.
Imagine warm air for you and your passenger at the turn of a knob, just like in your car or truck.
You might be thinking to yourself, but how? Sounds like a lot of work for something you might not use year-round, but it’s a simple mod and an easy installation. Besides, if you’re like a lot of people, you use the heat in your car or truck more than just in winter. Hitting the trail on a chilly fall morning will no longer have to mean being frozen to your seat.
While a cab heater won’t be a be-all, end-all for winter safety, it will definitely help. When used in conjunction with warm clothes, doors, and a windshield, a heater can make a world of difference when the temperatures drop.
By now, you’re probably thinking: a UTV cab heater sounds good, but where can I get one? Also, what’s the best UTV heater? It just so happens SuperATV makes a whole line of world-class UTV cab heaters for all the popular UTV models.
Our vents rotate a full 360 degrees, which means you can blast hot air in any direction you want. Feet cold from that last creek crossing? Point the heater down. Face chilled to the bone? Point it up toward those rosy cheeks.
If you did equip your ride with a windshield, our UTV heater doubles as a defroster. What good’s a windshield if you can’t see out of it?
Our side by side heaters get warm air from your coolant lines, just like your car or truck. We take the heat your machine generates and put it to good use.
The controls blend into your dash and give off an OEM appearance that’ll have your pals wondering why they didn’t check different boxes when they ordered their UTV.
Our side-by-side heater gives you a range of choices on how your heat comes out. You can adjust the heat and fan speed to get the temperature how you need it. That means you can stay comfortable whether you’re riding through a frozen mountain pass or dealing with a chilly fall breeze when flying through an open field.
SuperATV’s heaters put out 14,600 BTUs (British Thermal Units) of heat. That is enough to warm you up and then some, and with radiator hoses rated for -40°F to 285°F, you’ll be well protected against it freezing up.
Maybe best of all, you won’t have to spend a fortune on our heater. That means you’ll have some money left over for some doors and windows, or at least a pair of long underwear.
If the idea of riding in comfort sounds good to you, get your SuperATV Cab Heater today.
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