Best Way to Mount Rigid Tool Box in a Polaris RZR XP / Turbo / Turbo S

Rigid Toolbox Mounts for Polaris RZR / XP / Turbo - Made in the USA

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Heavy Duty Rigid Toolbox Mount

Light Duty Rigid Toolbox Mount


So you started by looking for a good way to carry your tools with you in your RZR?

Like most of us you've decided that the Rigid toolbox is the best value option available. Now you're looking for the best way to mount your brand spakedy new toolbox?

We were in the same boat just a few months ago and started searching around for options. What we found was a few different styles ranging from ratchet straps to drill and bolt in ear type mounts. We even saw a complex DIY rail contraption that was titillating but expensive and heavy.

Little else to say other than we weren't sold on what we found online. This is why we got to work on designing a secure and easy-to-use mount that could easily be removed.

We came up with two different options. A light duty mount which uses one lock n ride anchor per side and a heavy duty mount which utilizes two lock n ride anchors per side or four total.

Our light duty mounts offer a secure hold on the box but does surrender a bit of movement when knocked around harshly. Our heavy duty mounts on the other hand are very solid and didn't move at all during our tests.


Light Duty Mount: 


Heavy Duty Mount: 


Either of our mounts come with oversized feet and hardware to add to the bottom of the toolbox for it to clear the sides of the RZR bed. Our feet are actually spec'd to be tall enough and handle the weight of tools unlike many others we've seen on the market.



To install the feet, four holes will need to be drilled in the locations shown above using a 7/32" or similar sized drill bit. All hardware and written instructions are included with every set of mounts.

The mounts are designed to press in and down on the box so to install it you will need the lid of the box open, press the mount into the side of the box and onto the lock n ride bolt to secure it in place.

The tool box goes at the very back of the bed (towards the front of the vehicle) and can be used in conjunction with any of our cooler mounts which go towards the front of the bed (towards the rear of the RZR.)




You can purchase our light duty RIGID mounts by clicking here.
For our heavy duty RIGID mounts click here.
For our cooler mounts click here.




  • Rich


    I like what you have. Looks great, nice job! Keep up the great work!

    I already have the rubber feet installed on my Ridgid tool Box for my 2018 RZR XP 1000 Turbo.
    I would only need the 2 metal, 2 anchor, cutouts.

    What would my cost be for just the 2 metal cut outs, unfinished, raw, but smooth, I’ll paint them?

    And do your mounting brackets come with the mounting hardware for the brackets to attach to the RZR? The screw-on’s that were in your video?

    Thank you
    Best Regards

  • Litt Industries

    Hi Jason,

    We sell a kit on our website that can be used to support the bottom of the toolbox. The measurements are 1 1/8" Tall by 1 1/4" wide for reference.

  • Jason

    What size spacers/bumpers are needed at the bottom of the toolbox? I know with most of these types of mounts, people use toy hauler ramp door bumpers, just need to know what size.

  • Justin Mattice

    Are these designed to be used with a rubber spacer on the bottom? I have them on my rigid box and these mounts did not work out that great for me.

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