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Whether you’re on the hunt for a standard UTV cooler or looking for something a little more specialized for use in the Can-am Maverick, our selection of side-by-side coolers, cold boxes, and iceless coolers is guaranteed to have something that appeals to you. OEM Can-am Maverick coolers are popular, but you lose quite a bit of storage space with the cooler. And because you mount the Can-am Maverick cooler where you could otherwise put a Can-am storage box, you have to take opportunity costs into consideration as well. Can-am Maverick owners like the rear storage box because it is tough, lockable, and has a third brake light — plus it detaches in under 20 seconds. So many riders have started putting UTV coolers in the open space between the rear storage box and the cab to get the best of both worlds. Although the center part of the Can-am Maverick between the seats does get hot when riding, there is enough space to put a soft-sided UTV cooler in there. The Yeti Rambler 26, for example, fits perfectly in the cup holders. And even with the tunnel heat of the Can-Am Maverick, the Yeti is able to keep Ice cold for a 10 hour ride with no issues — and you may actually still have ice the next morning. They even make an aftermarket accessory that gets rid of the cup holders and turns the space into a little cooler. These types of cooling solutions are great for riders who like to maintain maximum visibility, which can sometimes be obstructed with rear-mounted coolers. Alternatively, the Can-am Maverick spare tire rack can hold a cooler. And while the outside might get a little muddy, the inside should stay clean if your cooler has a water-tight seal.
In addition to Yeti and OEM Can-am Maverick coolers, RITC makes good side-by-side coolers as well — and their 20 liter version fits perfectly in the Can-am Maverick. We’ve seen sub boxes with coolers and Kimpex branded storage platforms with coolers attached to the lid. Cold Bastard’s 25 liter cooler will keep ice for multiple days, and a Dirt Empire cooler with the Yeti tie-down kit is super convenient and secure. You could roll your Maverick and the cooler wouldn’t budge. If your cooler doesn’t have built-in slots for tie downs, turnbuckles from Lowes can be converted to have one end closed and one end have a J hook. You can then put the closed end in a vice and open it just enough to get the bracket onto it. If you’re really serious about your beers being as cold as the rockies, an iceless cooler that plugs into the 12v outlet is large enough for 48 12oz drinks, yet smaller enough to store things on the sides. So whether you’re camping, picnicking, hunting, or working, a cooler from Everything Can-Am Offroad will fulfill all of your cooling requirements.