Created: May 20, 2022
[0:00] What’s up guys? Today we’re going to install this Workmaster Rear Bumper on a Honda Pioneer 1000-5. Let’s get right to it.
The first thing we’ll do is remove the bumper from the packaging and get it ready to lay up on the machine. We’ll grab this clamp, which will lay just like so around this tube on the frame of the machine.
Now we’ll grab the Workmaster. Slide it into position. It’ll lay something like this.
[1:04] Once our bumper is lined up on the tube, make sure the clamp is in place. Then take the M6 hardware and start it in the clamp. Do the same thing for the opposite side of the bumper.
I’m going to get all four bolts started between the two clamps.
The next thing we’ll do is grab the bracket from the kit. Slide it onto this part of the frame, just like this. Lift the bumper up into position. We want the bumper bracket right here to line up with this bracket, just like so.
[2:02] Once you’ve aligned it like this, take a paint marker and mark through the holes on the bracket. Drill that hole out to at least an 8mm. We previously had a bumper on this machine so, as you can see, our holes are already drilled through the frame.
At this point, you would want to drill holes for both sides.
Now that our holes are drilled, grab our bracket and slide it up into position. I like to go ahead and start a bolt through the bracket and through the frame. Then we’ll line up the Workmaster. Put both of our bolts through and come around to the back side and start the nuts.
The hardware that we just used there was the M8 hardware provided in the kit. We’ll repeat the same exact steps on this side.
[3:43] Now we’re going to fully tighten the hardware for the brackets. Do this for both sides.
We’re going to finish installing our hardware for our clamps. Once it’s installed, we’ll fully tighten our clamps. Next, we’re going to grab our stops. Install the washer to the stop and slide it through the frame on the bottom side.
You’ll have a lock washer and a nut. Take the stop and slide it through. Now we’re going to install our stop, then the nut and lock washer again.
[5:42] Once your nut is started on your stop, grab a 13mm wrench and fully tighten it. Repeat the same exact steps for the opposite side.
Once your hardware is fully tightened, that’s all there is to installing SuperATV’s Workmaster Rear Bumper on this Pioneer 1000-5. Be sure to check us out online to pick yours up today. 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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