Watched couple of vids about people rolling them hitting water puddles.how's the plastic hold up compared to the rzr?
From what I've seen, rear fender is usually toast, front fender, depends on what you roll on, sand or rock.
Hard roll over usually bends the cage and sometimes the frame.
Wheel spacers, deeper offset wheels, and long travel suspension widens the stance and helps prevent rollovers. Beware of how the car behaves on the ground you're running, don't do what appears that this dune rollover driver did and crank the wheel like you're on a wave runner expecting the rear end to spin around, in this case it grabbed. I've seen other videos of rollovers where the driver cut throttle in a slide, the rear tires grab and wham!