Do you mean you can drive the 4 wheeler over the electric fences? If so, did you install a bracket on the front?
Here's an image of the wire catcher that Greg Judy has on his 4 wheeler. You have to make sure that if your rig isn't smooth on the underside, that you then have rails that run underneath so that the wire can't catch on anything... And your wire of course has to be slack enough to allow pushing it down to the ground, and then it has to have enough length in it to stretch that much, to allow it to spring back up into "normal position" once you've gone over it. I tend to prefer my fence wire a little tighter than that generally, so prefer just shooting the 4 wheeler under the wire as described. It'd be nice to just drive right over though! Lots of times they're doing that more on a polywire, rather than a HT wire... poly has more stretch and spring back in it, but if your HT fence is long enough, it can do it too.No, that's not what I do, but it's a common way too. I think you'd have to have the fence wire a lot looser than I care for them to be to pull it down from mid-thigh to the ground. Greg Judy has a wire catcher on his though I know.
No, I just drive up close to the wire, and I carry a double insulated needle nose electricians pliers in my plier pocket, so I just grab the wire with that and lift it up, hit the throttle a little, and shoot the 4 wheeler under the wire, it rolls to a stop, I step over and jump on. Can't do that with the Tracker of course. I run the 4 wheeler under the wires all the time though. Single HT wire of course...
You'll like your Polaris, especially with the power steering. Wish my Foreman had that.