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This is a discussion on XP 900 Lock and Ride Pro-Fit Cab within the Ranger XP 900 & 570 FS Discussions forums, part of the Polaris Ranger Forums category; I am trying to decide if I want the power windows or the vent windows I will need to take a closer look at both ...

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    (tim) Veteran Member rangerhand's Avatar
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    I am trying to decide if I want the power windows or the vent windows I will need to take a closer look at both I didn't realize the power door where wider Thanks for the write up

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangerhand View Post
    I am trying to decide if I want the power windows or the vent windows I will need to take a closer look at both I didn't realize the power door where wider Thanks for the write up
    Yea, that was the deturant for me Tim. I love the way these widows tip open and "scoop" the air in the front.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oneal View Post


    Cut the premarked notch, I used a hack saw.

    Great job on the write-up Neal. I was leaning toward the power window doors as well, until you mentioned they were much thicker. Thanks for that info. On the windshield install, I deviated from the instructions on this piece of the install and opted to drill a hole instead. What I did was to get the plate and pin positioned where it needed to be with the dash off, then put the dash in-position clipping in the outer sides to make sure it was in place as best it could be without a hole. Then I hit it with a rubber mallet lightly right where the pin was, which left me with a small indentation on the backside of exactly where I needed to drill. Then put the dash-plate back on and it fit like a charm.

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    I really appreciate your time and effort to document these installs for us.

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    Anyone come up with a mod to lock the tip out windshield, so it cant open up unexpectedly?
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    Thanks Neal, Your write up was really helpful for installing my heater and am now working on the cab.

    I appreciate you taking the time

    I too need to figure out something to keep the window latch ..latched I found it did not fit very well, though adding some washers underneath the plate helped. It looks like it could pop open pretty easy, not the best set up.

    If I come up with anything genius I will post it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stacy View Post
    .....though adding some washers underneath the plate helped....
    Added a couple washers under the pin plate, as well. It latches securely, and I've never had it come unlatched accidentally. Agreed, that they could've come up with something better than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowroller View Post
    Added a couple washers under the pin plate, as well. It latches securely, and I've never had it come unlatched accidentally. Agreed, that they could've come up with something better than that.
    Are you able to post a pic with how yours lataches... mine does not latch at all .. I can not see how to adjust it any which way to make it better ..

    I added the heater kit and am wondering if the dash itself is a little higher then it should be.. so I rechecked and the plenum is tight on the motor part so it is as low as it can be as far as i can tell.

    Currently I am thinking I might weld a bit of ready rod to the top of the pin and then I can add a washer/wingnut to it to ensure it stays closed.

    but I have not got that far yet

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    Stacy, I sent you a PM.

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    Hdere is something weird ..I was never able to get my window to latch in my shop no matter what I tried.. yet on the weekend we are cruising down the road by my cabin and I had the window closed as best it would go and then after a little bit noticed it was actually latched properly... Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?? ... So I stopped opened and closed it and few times and seemed good...

    next day same thing would not latch... I figure the air pressure on the windshield may have pushed it in tight enough to fit .. so maybe after a few miles the cab will settle and it will work properly .. i know it is a real sore spot for me .. having made a real mess of cutting on my dash ..

    Anyway.. thought i would share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stacy View Post
    .. i know it is a real sore spot for me .. having made a real mess of cutting on my dash ...
    Here's a link to a used dash panel on eBay. About 1/2 price of new. Just in case you're interested.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/301195105899

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