Created: May 7, 2020
[0:00] Are you looking for more protection on the back of your RZR PRO XP? SuperATV has you covered with our Heavy Duty Rear Bumper and today we’re going to show you how to get it installed.
The first thing we are going to do is remove our rear wheels and tires. Once we’ve done that, we’re going to disconnect our lower radius arm from the frame of the machine.
Get our bolt to where it’s about to come out, and then we’ll do the same thing for the opposite side.
Once we’ve got our hardware loose, we will just pick up on our trailing arm here and remove our bolts. Once we’ve done that we will grab the lower portion of our bumper.
If you’re running only the bumper then you’ll use the shorter of the two bolts. If you’re running a bumper and a rear receiver hitch then you’ll want to use the longer of the two bolts. Today we’re only going to be utilizing the bumper, so we will use the shorter of the two bolts.
[1:02] We’ll get our bolts slid through here. Once you get one bolt lined up, you’ll want to do the same thing for the opposite side.
You’ll get your bolts started all of the way through the frame. We’ll grab our Nyloc nuts and get them threaded onto the bolts. Do that for both sides.
For ease of access to get a nut on the passenger side lower radius arm bolt, you can remove this rear panel. It just has T40 torques, three on each side. Right before you have to put everything back together, make sure you put this back on.
Once we’ve done that, we’ll get our nut started. We’ll fully tighten our lower radius arm hardware.
Then we’ll re-install our rear panel. Slide it right down into position and get all of the hardware back in there.
[2:24] The next step we are going to do is to grab our short M10 bolt with our Nyloc nut and our bracket. We’ll take our nut and get it positioned into the frame.
We’ll take our bracket, slide our bolt through, and get our bracket started. We’ll tighten it up to the point where it sits still but it can still move if around need be. We’ll get it lined up like this.
Then we’ll do the same thing for the opposite side.
[3:02] Next we’re going to grab the upper portion of our bumper and lay our bumper in position. We’ll take a clamp and slide it on one side. Then slide another one on the opposite side to where they couple together.
We’ll grab two of our Allen-headed screws and get them started. Once we have two of them started, we know it’s not going to go anywhere. So we’ll grab our other two clamps and do the same thing for the opposite side.
Get them into position and we’ll start pulling them together a little bit. We don’t want to fully tighten anything yet. Just start pulling the clamps together.
And then we will start the other two screws and fully tighten them in a X pattern.
[4:33] Once we have them fully tightened, we’ll get the last two bolts in our hardware kit. We will get our brackets lined up to our bumper tubes. Get your hardware in there. Make sure it’s good and started straight.
Once you’re started good and straight there, you’ll fully tighten the hardware. Fully tighten your bolt to the bracket to the frame. And you’ll repeat the same steps for the opposite side.
[5:05] And there you have it! That’s how super quick and easy it is to install SuperATV’s Heavy Duty Rear Bumper on the RZR PRO XP.
For more information on this bumper or any of SuperATV’s great products, feel free to give us a call 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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