Dampen deafening Gator noise. My 2017 825I Gator is sufficient for utility work but it was marketed as a crossover that was capable of work and recreation. It'll work alright, but not to good at recreation. The engine noise due to the clutching is ridiculous. Just as loud at 5 mph as it is at 40 mph. It'll chase deer out of a 40 faster than gun shots. For the operator's comfort I cut old conveyor belt for a bed liner and floor mats. That really helped and made it tolerable. Rarely is there a need for the aggressive tread of the UTV off road tires and they howl to beat hell on pavement. They also don't last long. So to reduce noise and increase longevity, I put Ford Ranger wheels on. They fit. Had to get different lug bolts and auger out the center hole just a bit but they work great No rubbing and it ties wagons, hauls wood, bales, and deer just fine. Sure drives a lot better and whisper quite. And actually handles road running comfortably (35 mph statewide speed limit on roadways). Looks kinda weird but for $40 and the improvement it made, I can handle the looks. Yes, I aware of the torque loss and all the other engineering hoopla. The Gator's suspension, steering, and load capacities are above average. But it's a low powered slow pooch. Someday, someone will offer aftermarket parts so the Gator won't be strictly utilitarian. This just works and it will almost keep up to a Cub Cadet 550 now. Still gutless, but much quieter.