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Metra MPS-RZSB Subwoofer Box and Amplifier Bracket for 2014-Up Polaris RZR Vehicles

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Metra MPS-RZSB Subwoofer Box and Amplifier Bracket for 2014-Up Polaris RZR Vehicles

With high-quality¬†HDPE¬†construction that can withstand harsh outdoor environments and a black textured coat, this enclosure is a perfect match and fit for mounting a 10‚ÄĚ subwoofer into 2014-up Polaris¬†RZR¬†models. This enclosure replaces the entire glove box and includes an amplifier mounting bracket for easy installation, ensuring that your equipment is safe from the elements.

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Product Sheet.pdf


  • Fits 2014-up Polaris RZR models
  • Provides a 10" subwoofer mounting solution
  • Replaces the entire glove box
  • High-density polyethylene (HDPE) construction provides a corrosion-resistant and eco-friendly material ideal for harsh outdoor environments
  • Protects the subwoofer without compromising sound quality
  • Black textured coat finish matches the factory finish for a flawless look
  • Includes stainless steel mounting hardware
  • Includes amplifier mounting bracket
  • Sub enclosure approx. 0.9 cubic feet (Mounting Depth ~ 15.25")

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