Created: May 20, 2022
[0:00] What’s up guys? Today we’re going to show you how super easy it is to install SuperATV’s Rear Windshield on this Polaris RZR PRO XP. Let’s get right to it.
First, if you have a roof installed on your machine, go ahead and remove it. Set it aside for the time being. We’ve already done this.
After that, lay the rear windshield up on your machine to confirm that it fits. We’ve done this as well.
[00:49] Next we’ll remove the protective film from both sides of our windshield. Then, take the straight bulb seal from the kit. Apply it across the lower portion of the windshield, which will be this side. It’ll have two holes and you’ll see the cutouts here.
[1:14] We’re going to start right here on this edge. Run it all the way across to the opposite side edge. Once you get to this point, just cut off the excess.
Now we’re going to grab our bulb seal. It’ll look just like this. We’re installing it so the bulb portion is facing up and away from this bend, so the seal will go on just like this. Start it on this edge and run it all the way down here. Then cut off the excess.
[3:43] Once you’ve ran your bulb seal along the side, just cut off the excess. Before we can install our windshield we’ll have to remove this T40 torx that’s securing the fender to the machine. Let’s take the hardware out now.
After you’ve removed the screw up here, come to this point and remove the T40 as well. That will allow our fender to move out of the way enough so we can get this windshield in place.
[04:22] With the passenger-side fender loose on your machine, if you don’t have snorkels installed, you’ll be able to slide this windshield right in between this bar and this bar to get it onto the machine.
[4:34] Since we do have snorkels, we’re going to slide it in from the back and then bow the windshield just enough to get it into place. It’s a little more difficult to do it this way, but necessary if you have a snorkel kit. Or you could remove the snorkel kit.
Today we’re just going to slide it into place and kind of bow it to get it where it needs to be. Like I said, if you don’t have a snorkel, it will slide right through this opening. You’ll just take your windshield and feed it through until it’s into position.
[5:53] So we have our windshield in. Like I said, since we have snorkels on this machine, we had to approach it a little bit differently than you might. Just make sure the windshield is sitting below the cage bar, just like so.
Your bulb seal is hitting this tube as well as that tube. Also, it should be laying down across the bottom just like this. So our seals are making good contact everywhere.
[06:17] The next step is to take the clamp and pop it into the windshield, like so. Take the clamp and wrap it around, just like this, then fully fasten it. Do the same thing over here for the cutout. Just pop it through the windshield.
[7:00] Then take your strap and run it through the clamp, just like this. It should look like this when you’re done. Just pull it tight around the cage bar and tighten it down. Pull it nice and tight then strap it down.
After that we’re going to come over to the sides of the windshield. Take this strap and slide it through. Reach around the tube, grab it, and pull it all the way around. Then tighten it down as tight as you can get it. That will make sure your windshield is nice and secure to the cage.
[8:06] We’ll do the same exact steps for the opposite side.
The next thing we need to do is go inside the machine. There will be two T40 torx securing the plastic on the machine. Remove those and start the T40 torx through the bottom holes here on our bracket.
Once our bracket is in place, we’ll take the hardware provided from the kit. As you can see, we have a big sealing washer that will come through the rear windshield and through this bracket.
[8:51] Then we’re going to take one of the provided Nyloc nuts and start it on the other side. Fully tighten it. So now we’ll head to the machine and fully tighten the two T40 torx that we previously removed.
Once those are fully tightened, go ahead and fully tighten the four Allen-headed screws coming through the back side of the windshield.
[10:23] Now that we’ve fully tightened our hardware and reinstalled any OEM hardware that was removed, that’s all there is to installing SuperATV’s Rear Windshield on this Polaris RZR PRO XP. Be sure to check us out online to pick yours up today. And don’t forget to drop a like, comment, and subscribe. Thanks for watching and we’ll catch you on the next one.
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