Created: November 9, 2020
What’s up guys? Are you looking for an upper soft cab door for your Polaris RZR? Well, SuperATV’s got you covered, and today, we’re going to show you everything you need to do to get it installed.
[00:13] First, get a 50-50 mixture of rubbing alcohol and water. Prep your hole cage surface and everything around it. I already cleaned up everything nicely. Do that three times.
Over here, we have all of our different pieces laid out for our cage. Everything’s marked and labeled. For example, this one is E-4. The first thing we’re going to be looking for is the A’s. So we’re going to find our A-6’s, and there’s going to be a ton of these. We’re just going to grab two right off the bat.
[01:03] These are going to go right around here. We’ll peel the backing off of this A-6. We’re just going to take it and slide it down here right by our bolts. Wrap it right around and firmly press on it to ensure it’s good and stuck.
Grab another A-6. Go right here and wrap it around the cage nice and tight. Grab two more of our A-6’s. One of them is going to go right here like that, and the next one’s going to go right above it right after the bend. Grab another A-6. This one goes right behind the visor.
Now we’re going to grab a B. We’ll just lay this on our cage. I like to get one side stuck down really good and then work this other side in as well. It should look just like that. Then we’re gonna grab one of the C pieces. Apply it right here just like that.
Then we’re going to grab a D-15. It’s going to go on the inside. So piece D will go right here. Now grab an F-24. It’s going to slide all the way down and all the way up to our piece that we already have installed.
Any place that you have a piece doing this, I recommend taking a razor blade and making a cut so you can fold it over like that. You may have a couple bubbles like this. That’s OK as long as you get it pressed on nice and tight all the way down and around.
Next, we’re going to get H-30 and peel the backing off. We’re going to start it right here. It’s going to run all the way to the back of the door here. Then we’re going to get piece G9, and it’s going to go right here.
Then we’re going to get the piece labeled I, and it’s going to run right along through here. Then we’re going to take our piece labeled J, and set it right here where the cage couples together like that.
Now that we have all of our Velcro on, we just want to tell you guys all of these pieces are very close to where they need to be. But you may need to go through and make adjustments so you know, these are all for reference. Like I said, they should be really close. We’ve done this quite a few times, and we know we might have to adjust them a little bit.
[06:36] Make sure you let these Velcro pieces sit for 72 hours prior to trying to fit up your door. Now we’ve already let ours sit, so we’re going to go through and start with this flap right here. This flap is going to lay right up on top. We’re going to get it hooked on just a little bit. Then this little piece here needs to get wrapped around, but leave it hanging fairly loose.
Pick up on this. Pull on it pretty good here and get it lipped around like that. And same thing with this piece. Get it hooked just a little bit. Or at least get your pieces back in behind so you can connect them. As you’re going, you really want to pull tension on this. Here’s another one of those straps that needs to be wrapped around.
You have to continue to work it and mess with it a little bit until you get it in that perfect position. We’ll move on back here to the rear and pull it really tight. Make sure you get all your straps that need to be wrapped around in the correct position. Just continue pulling on this, and you’re going to make sure that these go on the inside here.
You want to pull on this about as hard as you can pull. That way it makes the tightest fit that it can. And this strap back here can be a little bit of a pain. You just have to kind of feed it in there sideways without it getting hung up before you’re able to stick it down. Then we’ll come down here to the bottom and pull down on this as hard as you can pull.
You can see there it’s got a pretty tight fit. Feels good. You will have a little bit up here but you can get rid of some of it by undoing this top strap and pulling on it and getting it wrapped over. You can just keep going through and adjusting. You should should be set and you shouldn’t have to mess with moving Velcro around or anything like that.
One thing we’re going to show you real quick: you can unzip this door, then you reach in here and you can get in the machine. Whenever you’re ready to roll it up, you want to roll it pretty tight. Wrap it around then just strap it down nice and tight. That way if you want to ride and you start to get a little bit warm, it’s ready to go still. You still have your Velcro here all the way around. All you have to do is just unclip it, zip it back on, and that’s all there is to that.
All the same steps are going to apply for the opposite side. It’s the exact same installation from passenger side to driver’s side. And there you have it.
That’s all there is to it to install SuperATV’s soft cab on this Polaris RZR 1000. For more information on this soft cab 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.