Created: May 20, 2021
What’s up guys? Are you looking for something to close up this awkward space on your PRO XP? Well, SuperATV has you covered with our Lower Doors, and today we’re going to show you how to install them. So let’s get right to it.
[00:40] First, you’ll want to open your door. We’ll remove the following T40 Torx. Before we can remove our door skin, we’ll have to come down here and remove the two T25 screws. Then we’ll grab hold of our door skin, close our door, and remove it.
[01:27] Next, we’ll grab our insert for whichever side you’re working on. We’re working on the driver’s side. We’ll line it up, take our c-clamp, slide it into position, and clamp it down. Once it’s good and clamped on that side, we’ll come to the opposite side. Do the same exact thing. You can do a couple of little final adjustments here before you drill it. Get it worked around exactly how you want it.
For the next step, you can do it one of two ways. Get a paint marker, stick it through, and twist it around. You continue to do that for the rest of the holes. Then, you remove your panel, drill the holes, and reinstall it.
[02:17] Or you can do it the faster way. You’ll take your drill and get it exactly where you want it to make sure your holes are lined up. You drill your hole there and continue doing that. If I’m drilling it, I like to go ahead and get my hardware installed. You don’t have to fully tighten it yet. I advise against it, but at least your hardware is in the hole if it starts to walk.
[02:43] We have everything drilled and can remove our clamps. Go through and start lining up your hardware. As we go, we’ll put a nut on them. Let’s continue working our way through each hole. You want to make sure all of your hardware goes from the outside end, so all of your threads are in the inner portion of the door panel. They won’t be seen that way. Your nuts and everything are tucked up in there. You’ll just see a black screw head.
Next, go ahead and fully tighten your hardware. You’ll use a 4 mm Allen and a 10 mm socket. You don’t need to super tighten these. Just tighten them to where they won’t back off. There you go—our door insert is installed to our door skin.
[03:43] Now, we’ll reinstall the door.
First, we’ll grab our door skin. I like to get the door lined up and then find the easiest hole to get my screws in. This one up here is really easy to get a screw in. Work it around until you catch a good thread, run it by hand, and tighten it. That way, it helps you hold the door in place.
[04:15] Now, we’ll reinstall all of our T40s, so work your way around. I’m going to go through and fully tighten all of them. Then we’ll reinstall our little clamps with the two T25s.
Just repeat all the same steps for the opposite side. Go though and make sure all of your hardware is fully tightened.
[04:56] That’s all there is to install SuperATV’s Lower Door Insert on this Polaris RZR PRO XP. For more information on this lower door insert or any of SuperATV’s great products, feel free to give us a call or check us out online. Thanks for watching and we’ll see you next time.
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