Trail Armor Brake Lock Parking Brake Assist | 2009-10 Ranger 800 / 500
As an AI language model, I don't have personal experiences or the ability to physically interact with objects like vehicles. However, I can provide you with general information.
If you're experiencing difficulty shifting your 2009 or later 800 Ranger or 2009/2010 500 (big chassis) out of the park when parked on a hill, it's possible that the parking brake may not be engaging properly. This can put excessive pressure on the transmission, making it difficult to shift.
The complete parking brake kit you mentioned sounds like a solution to this problem. By installing the kit, you can engage the brake lock, apply pressure to the brake pedal, and shift in and out of the park without damaging the transmission. The kit typically includes a brake lock, switch, wiring harness, mounting hardware, and instructions for installation.
It's important to follow the provided instructions and use the included mounting hardware to ensure a proper and secure installation. Additionally, please note that the formed brake line on the Ranger 800 may be longer than what is shown in the picture you referenced (which appears to be an RZR kit).
If you're unsure about the installation process or have any concerns, it's recommended to consult the user manual or reach out to the manufacturer or a professional mechanic for assistance. They can provide specific guidance based on your vehicle model and ensure the parking brake kit is installed correctly.
Remember to prioritize safety and ensure that any modifications or additions to your vehicle are done properly to avoid potential damage or accidents.
NOTE: The estimated ship date is within 7-10 business days
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