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Metra MPS-RZROHC Overhead Stereo Console for Selected Polaris RZR 2012 - 2019

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Metra MPS-RZROHC Overhead Stereo Console 

Overhead Stereo Console by Metra¬ģ. Now you can wire your Polaris UTV to play your tunes with this overhead console MPS-RZROHC designed specifically for Polaris UTV‚Äôs with hard top roofs (the OH-UNI02 is fully universal). The ABS plastic housing mounts above you, keeping it up high out of mud and water and keeping it from being bumped by feet or knees. The console comes with the ability to install any media you chose. Such as a double DIN single DIN radio, Bluetooth¬ģ receiver etc. The overhead also has 2 speaker cut outs allowing the installation of either 6.5‚ÄĚ- 6.75‚ÄĚ speakers. It‚Äôs time to outfit your Polaris UTV to play your favorite tunes and get this required item today!


  • Designed for Polaris UTVs with hard top roofs
  • Made from durable ABS Plastic
  • 2 speaker cut outs for 6.5 in- 6.75 in speakers
  • Single and double DIN radio templates included
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Will accommodate: Single DIN radios, double DIN radios, marine media units, Bluetooth® receivers, gauges, dome lights, switches etc

Vehicle Fitment:

  • Polaris® RZR 570 2012-18
  • RZR/S 800 2008-14
  • RZR XP 900/4 2011-14
  • RZR XP 1000/4 2014-18
  • RZR XP Turbo/4 2016-18
  • RZR General 1000 2019

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