We used two ratchet straps on each spare tire to hold them in
place. If you want something more solid, Can-Am sells a single tire mount that attaches between the rear bumper and the
back of the roll cage.
Assault has a variety of rear-view mirror sizes and shapes. We
picked up their combo pack, which features Stealth-series
mirrors for the side and a larger convex center-mounted mirror. Mirrors are a must in any UTV.
A set of STI Rocktane HD tires and HD5 wheels were installed under the car, and the stock front tires got mounted on the rear
bed for spares with ratchet straps. Can-Am does sell a single tire carrier that we will install later.
a GoPro mount as standard equipment. Along with these trick products,
TurnKey UTV has a host of parts and
accessories for all Can-Am models,
including chassis braces and trim
panels. Contact them at (775) 883-1568
or at www.turnkeyutv.com.
With most machines, shopping at
the dealer can save you time and
money. In some cases, you can add
accessories from the manufacturer or
even aftermarket into your loan if you
are going that route. The dealer will
sometimes include installation for free
if you buy items such as an exhaust
or tires and wheels the day you pur-
chase the machine. Talk to your deal-
er and see what kind of deals he will
throw in if you buy the new machine
from them. It’s worth asking for sure.
At our Can-Am dealer, Jet World
Powersports in Castaic, California,
we did just that. When we picked the
Maverick up, we already had a host
of BRP accessory products ordered up
and included in the deal. Since we do
all installations ourselves, we just had
the boxed items strapped to the cargo
platform and headed home.
From BRP, we did get a Baja-style
spare-tire carrier and rear bumper.
Since most of our rides take us far
away from the truck and trailhead,
we always carry a spare. And in
this case, we can carry one of the