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    XP 900 Lock and Ride Pro-Fit Cab

    Step #1- Lock and Ride Pro-Fit sliding window rear panel

    I decided to try the Lock and Ride Pro-Fit sliding window rear panel for two reasons. One, it looked good in the catalog and two, so we could draft air out the back when desired. It has Lock and Ride technology handles that make mounting quick and effortless.


    The packaging for all the cab components was great.





    The only detail I thought needed attention while mounting the rear panel was to make certain the seal does not bunch up in the center. It was very simple to push it down with a screwdriver as I tilted the panel into it's mount.





    Twist the handles and you're finished. It looks just as great in person as it did in the accessory catalog.

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    Step #2- Lock and Ride Pro-Fit tip out glass windshield

    Based on my desire to have the largest field of view and the ability to have good ventilation when needed, I chose this windshield.

    Packaging was typical and well done.







    Remove the front dash cap.




    Cut the premarked notch, I used a hack saw.







    Mount the Pin Adjustment Bracket





    Slide the hinges on the windshield and bolt it to the the predrilled holes in the vehicle frame.





    Install the lower ball studs on pillars along with the shocks (rod side down).




    Make final tension adjustments on Pin Adjustment Bracket so window has a good seal and re-install dash cap.

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    Step# 3- Lock and Ride Pro-Fit steel roof

    I chose this roof for two reasons, I like the way it extends out in the front sorta like a sun shade and the fact that it is 12ga steel I know it will take a beating.


    This is very simple, place the foam seal down on the channels on top of ROPs.






    Slide the roof on where the bolts drop into the predrilled holes.







    Place the spacers in between the roof and back of the vehicle frame where it is bolted and viola.




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    Neal

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    Step# 4- Lock and Ride Pro-Fit hinged window doors.

    I chose these because I felt they looked thinner (sleeker) than the power window doors but still allows some (but less) ventilation. As with all of the cab components the instructions Polaris provides are pretty detailed and are now clear, even in color. I was very pleased when I also discovered there was a cab seal kit included with the doors.







    Start by removing the stock nets and all the components related to them.




    Remove both rear B-pillar covers.





    Cut the premarked notches in the bottom of each cover. I used a hack saw but a utility knife will work.





    Mount all the hinges and place the UHMW washers on the hinge pins. Leave the top hinge just snug to adjust later.






    Mount the striker mounting plate and striker but only snug bolts.





    Hang doors and adjust door by moving it towards the front or back of the door frame to center. Tighten the seven bolts,3 on top mount, 4 on bottom mount.








    Swing the door open to adjust top hinge and you can now put the final torque on the top hinge bolts




    Move striker pin up and down to center and then in until door seal is slightly compressed on door frame.

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    One step I didn't see in the instruction manual was the placement of the door opening limit straps. They are a no brainer where they mount and since there is just one nut and torx bolt remaining, it is simple to see what fasteners to use.




    Pull the red latch and the back window can swing around to the the front window which has a rotating catch to hold it forward.







    My helper (JR) is now demonstrating how the front glass opens up which turns it into an air scoop when moving. It works VERY well.





    These are great looking doors.





    I think this made a sweet looking cab system that looks good, has a great field of view, and will allow you to ventilate all you could ever need. One thing I noticed on ventilating was with the front portion of the swing out window opened on the door it acts like a scoop and gives a ram effect that works very nice.
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    Neal

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    very nice looking and like the color..
    2013 ranger 900 sunset red
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    Nice write up Neal on the installation of your new cab Doors, Windshield and rear glass. It really is a nice cab set up! Polaris did a good job with it. I love mine.
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    Great job on your write-up Neal, will definitely come in handy for anyone wanting to add this to their machine.
    Rich

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    Very nice Neal. Looks great on that machine too. Those new cabs are very nice indeed!
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    Nice info...good job Neal!

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