Created: May 14, 2021
Stock fender flares just not cutting it? Getting mud in the cab—dirt, debris, everything like that? SuperATV’s got you covered with our heavy-duty extended fender flares.
We have a stock fender flare. To give you a comparison—there isn’t a comparison. Ours are way wider, constructed of a heavy-duty material, and today we’re gonna grab some tools and get them installed on this Polaris RZR Trail S 1000. Lets get right to it.
[00:51] We’re starting on the rear. Remove the whole fender here, and also, if you’re running the factory Polaris full doors, remove them. Whenever you’re trying to get it off, it gets hung up by the tab inside of the door, so remove the door completely.
The first portion of hardware we’ll remove is the T40 TORX, and then these two screws here so we can remove the frog skin. Grab that T40 and remove it.
Look straight up through the fender—you’ll see two push pins. Remove both of them, then remove the T40 that’s in the bed as well.
Take out these four screws to remove the door off of the hinge. Remove the door and then the passenger side seat to make it easier.
[01:57] Next, remove the following two T40s on the inside. Use a T25 and loosen this clamp, and then flip it down so it is out of the way. Remove this push pin and then remove the fender.
Now that we have the fender removed from the machine, you’ll notice a push pin here, here, as well as here. Remove all three of those push pins at this time.
Get a flathead screwdriver. I like to take the flathead, slide it behind the fender flare, and get this tab popped out. Wiggle it in there and pick it up until it gets past the actual lip of that clip.
Do that for the rest of them here as well. Peel them back a little bit. Get the screwdriver in there, work it out, and then get this last one here. And there’s the stock fender flare. We don’t need that anymore.
[03:32] Take the new fender flare and orient it the same way the factory one was. And this part is tricky because you’re trying to hold the fender flare and the fender and get them all to line up together.
Get it snapped back into the factory clips. It should look like this. Take the push pins that we removed and install them to the same exact position that they came from.
We’re ready to reinstall the fender as well as the new fender flare—exactly the same way that it came off. There’s one portion back here that you have to watch. There’s this little tab that sticks out.
Take it and lip it in. You’ll feel it. It’ll go into place, and then slide the fender flare back to where it was. Reattach the fender using the factory hardware that you previously removed.
Reinstall the door. Slide it right onto these tracks here. Get one started in the top and one started in the bottom. Once you have all your hardware in, fully tighten all of them.
[05:17] Moving onto the front fender, remove all of the following hardware and then remove the fender.
Get this push pin removed, and then remove the fender. Remove this clip off of the factory fender. You might have to get a screwdriver to do it. However, sometimes you can pick them off.
Install the clip we removed on the same location on the new fender flare. We’re ready to get the fender flare installed.
[06:02] Reinstall the factory hardware in the same exact location it came out of. Once you have all the hardware fully tightened on this side, repeat the same steps for the opposite side.
And that’s how super easy it is to install SuperATV’s heavy-duty extended fender flares on this Polaris RZR Trail S 1000.