Created: July 30, 2020
[0:00] Are you looking to lower your seats? SuperATV’s got you covered with our 2″ Seat Lowering Base and today we’re going to show you how to install one on this RZR Turbo S. Let’s get to it!
First, we’ll reach behind the seat and grab hold of the lever. Pick up on your seat and remove it from the machine, then we’ll flip our seat over and set it in a good location where we can work on it.
After that, take a T27 and remove the following screws. You just have to wiggle it off of this right here—off your spring. Take that and set it aside.
[0:57] Now we have our seat lowering base sitting here in front of us. We’re going to get our lock bracket, which will look just like this, and we’re also going to get our big Allen-headed hardware with one plastic washer.
On the head side, we’ll get two of our M8 Nylocs and two more of our plastic washers. We’ll take our lock bracket and our big Allen-headed bolt with a shoulder on it. Slide it through one of our holes, take our plastic washer, and slide it on top. We’ll do the same thing over here for this hole.
Get our plastic washer on and slide them through this hole right here, as well as this hole here. We’ll get our hardware started and then tighten up our hardware. You don’t want to tighten these too tight—just to the point where there’s no up and down movement. As you can see, we still have movement for our lock bracket to work.
[2:38] Next we’re going to take our spring and install it to our lock bracket here as well as on the base. You may need a little screwdriver just to pull some tension and get it to slide on the base here.
Make sure it functions well, which ours does, and then take the seat lowering base and grab hold of the adjuster here on the seat. Adjust it all the way forward to where our holes are in the back of the adjustment.
Then we’ll take one of our spacers and lay them down. We’ll take one of our screws and install the lock washer, then a flat washer. Go ahead and start all of the hardware.
[3:53] The way it should go is this: the lock washer, the washer, and the spacer. Once everything is started we will fully tighten all of our hardware.
Now that the hardware is tightened, we’ll make sure everything is still working well. Make sure our seat can adjust just like that.
[4:56] After that, we’ll grab our seal and apply it on the back side of the frame. Start here and run it all the way to the outside, right there, down to here. Then cut off the excess. Next we’ll run it to this bolt and cut that excess as well.
Finally, we’ll grab our seat and re-install it to the machine. Slide it into position and get the harness or seat belt pulled back out. Pull on it to make sure it’s in there correctly.
Now if you look at the passenger side from the driver’s side, you can tell a big difference between the two. Go ahead and hop in and get your seat adjusted to where you like it.
And there you have it! That’s how super quick and easy it is to install SuperATV’s 2″ Seat Lowering Base on this Polaris RZR Turbo S. For more information on these lowering bases or any of SuperATV’s great products, feel free to give us a call at 855-743-3427 or check us out online at SuperATV.com. Thanks for watching and we’ll catch you next time.
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