Created: August 10, 2020
[0:00] What’s up guys? Has this ever happened to you? You’re trying to back out of a tight spot and having issues or struggling to see. Well SuperATV has the fix with our Seeker Style Mirrors for many makes and models! Today we’re going to show you how to install them on a Polaris RZR Turbo, so let’s get to it.
Alright, we’ve got everything we need laid out here on the hood: a couple Allen wrenches, a pretty simple tool setup to do this.
The first thing we’ll do is get our clamp. Remove all four of the Allen-headed screws. When you do this you want to be careful, because there’s a nut on this side that will fall out if you’re not careful.
We’ll remove this screw and set it aside. Remove this screw here, then let’s go ahead and remove all of the hardware securing the clamp together.
[0:51] Once our camp is separated, we need to find out where we want the mirror. I want my mirror right in this location. I’ve already gone around the machine, looked around, and figured out where I want it. You may want it in a different position, and that’s perfectly fine.
These screws will thread into the nuts. We remove the nuts just because it’s a little bit easier—sometimes they want to fall out. We’ll just slide one nut on at a time and grab our screws and slide them through the holes.
Let’s go ahead and start these. I like to start two across from each other to get a good, even clamp.
[1:42] Once we have our clamp where we want it, we’ll loosen this screw here. It should just be hand tight. We’ll line it up and slide it into the bracket, then we’ll get in the machine and rotate it to where we see is best.
Now we’ll get it to the point where if we lean back and look, we have good visibility down the side of the machine—we can see our left rear tire because we’re working on the driver’s side. That’s where I want it so I’m going to pull it back off.
[2:18] We’re going to run this in. Take our ratchet and tighten it—they have to be super tight. Then we’ll finish installing our hardware for our clamp. Again, don’t fully tighten any of the hardware yet. We want everything to be ran in nice an evenly.
Let’s take a ratchet and tighten them down in an X pattern.
Once we have them all tightened, we’ll take our mirror and slide it in. As you can see, we have two little screws here. We’ll take a little Allen and tighten these screws up. That’s going to lock that mirror.
[3:15] Now for my favorite part! One of the coolest parts about these mirrors is that you get to choose your color. This Turbo is red and orange so I’m going to put red and orange inserts in my mirrors.
Obviously, if you just want black, we’ve got black. If you want blue, we’ve got blue. if you want all orange or all red, we’ve got you covered. If you look on your mirror here it says L1, L2, so you know you’re working on the left side. And on the back of your inserts it’ll say L1 or R1.
Pop it into position—it snaps in there nice and easy. Here’s our L2 insert. We’ll just slide that right in. It snaps into place, and that’s all there is to it for this side. Then repeat the same steps for the opposite side.
I like to pull a measurement from your fascia, your plastic here, up to the bottom. That way you can know they’re in the same spot. You may want to put them in a different spot on the opposite side. It’s totally up to you.
That’s the awesome thing about these mirrors—you can mount them anywhere on the roll cage.
[4:18] Now we’re in our machine, obviously. We can flip our mirror all the way around, whichever way we need to. Also, the mirror’s adjustable this way, so you can take your thumb and kind of adjust it around. Get it set perfectly for how you want it.
Once you’ve done that for both sides, that’s how super quick and easy it is to install SuperATV’s Seeker Mirrors on this Polaris RZR Turbo! For more information on these mirrors or any of SuperATV’s great products, feel free to give us a all 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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