Created: December 9th, 2022
What’s up, guys? Today we’re going to show you how to install SuperATV’s Trunk Bed Enclosure on a Polaris RZR Pro XP. It takes less than 20 steps! Let’s get started.
1) You’ll first remove the two T40 Torx bolts from the back of the machine’s bed. Set them aside for now.
2) Next, you’ll remove the two T40 Torx bolts from the bracket inside the cab.
3) Now you’ll return to the bed of the machine and remove the two upper push pins and set them aside. Then locate the plastic vent covers and remove the push pins from those as well. There will be two on each vent cover.
4) The front section of the bed enclosure will align with the two T40 Torx bolts you removed from the cab area. The back side of the enclosure will align with the first T40 bolts you removed.
Now it’s time to install the trunk bed enclosure. It’s a very tight fit, so you need to be careful so you don’t scratch your plastic.
5) Put it in at an angle, one side first. Then gently wiggle the bed enclosure until it’s roughly in place. Once it’s down, use your body weight to push it all the way forward.
6) If you have a rear windshield installed, you’ll have a few extra steps. Go inside the cab and press on the rear windshield to give the bed enclosure enough space to slide under the bulb seal. Then push the bed enclosure forward with your other hand. You may need to ask a friend for assistance.
You want to ensure that the bed enclosure is as far forward as possible. You will need to repeat this step for both sides of the cab.
7) Once the bed enclosure is in place, take the factory hardware and return it to its original locations. You should install the bolts just finger-tight so that you have some room for adjustment before you fully tighten the hardware.
8) Now, take two provided spacers and two M6 bolts. Gently lift the entire bed enclosure up and slide the spacers underneath the bed enclosure, aligned with the factory holes. Gently lower the bed enclosure back down.
9) Slide the bolts into the holes and get it lined up. Give them a few turns to make sure they hold, but don’t tighten them too much.
10) Start two more M6 bolts and insert them into the holes in the windshield bracket, through the holes in the trunk enclosure, and into the factory holes. Finger-tighten these bolts as well.
You may need to adjust the windshield, because it may apply some pressure to the bed enclosure. If you have difficult with this, you can loosen the bolts connecting the bracket to the rear windshield. You may not need to do this, but it is an option.
11) Check the bolts for straightness with a ratchet before you fully tighten them. You can tell if the bolts are aligned with the holes based on how difficult they are to tighten with the ratchet. Once you’ve confirmed they’re straight, go ahead and tighten them completely.
12) Now you can return to the rear of the machine and fully tighten that hardware as well.
13) Open the trunk enclosure to install the struts. You will need both struts and four non-flanged head Nyloc nuts. Align a strut with the top hole in the lid and then attach the other end of the strut to the bracket inside the bed enclosure. Do the same thing on the other side.
14) Install all four nuts onto the end of each strut on the opposite side of the bracket to hold the strut in place. Finger tighten them, and once they’re all in place, you can go ahead and fully tighten all four nuts.
15) Take the remaining hardware, which should be four bolts, four Nyloc nuts, and four washers. Place the bolts into the holes inside the bed enclosure. There should be four holes inside.
16) Install the washers, then the Nyloc nuts from underneath the bed. You should have enough room to hold the bolt with one hand and the washer and nut with the other. Again, finger-tighten these nuts to hold them in place. Do this for all four bolts.
17) Now you can fully tighten all four bolts, using a wrench to hold the bolt steady and a drill to tighten the nut.
18) Finally, you will reinstall the vent covers. Slide them back into their original positions and then return the push pins to their locations.
Once you’ve tightened everything down and returned the removed parts, it’s time to test your installation. The the provided key and lock the bed enclosure closed. Then unlock the bed and press the button. The trunk enclosure should open automatically when you press the button.
If you ever need to, there is a bolt behind the latching mechanism that controls how tightly the lock will latch. When you’re closing the bed enclosure, it should take quite a bit of force to lock it down securely. If you start to lose the firm close, you can adjust the bolt to help it pinch the bracket again.
That’s all there is to install SuperATV’s Trunk Bed Enclosure on a Polaris RZR Pro XP. Don’t forget to check out our other high-quality accessories for your Pro XP. We’ll see you on the trail!
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