ware slips through tabs at the top of
the channel-shaped guards. A sleeve
slides under the brake line to prevent
chafing, and the bolts slide through
the sleeves. There is vibration-reduc-ing foam in the bottom of the guards.
Like all the Axiom products, there is no
drilling or modification required.
FOUR DOORS DOWN
Polaris’ quarter doors work well. We
like the latching system, and they offer
easy entrance and egress from the
machine, but the bottom is open. The
opening allows mud, water, snow and
brush to intrude into the passenger
compartment. Axiom solves the
The color-matched roof and matte
black door inserts give the RZR a
complete and unified look that we like.
problem with shaped aluminum panels
that mount to the stock doors to close
off the space between the stock doors
and the door sills.
You simply remove the stock plastic
door covering, then use the supplied
fasteners to mount the matte black
aluminum door inserts. The job is
quick and easy. Triangular filler pieces
are included to close up openings
behind the rear doors. They were
harder to mount cleanly than all four
doors. Hinge kit hardware is included
that replaces the stock hinge pins with
bolts said to eliminate rattling. Our
doors still feel snug, so we’ll save the
hinge hardware for later.
We did drive the Turbo with just the
roof installed, and we noticed nothing
negative. It was still easy to climb
in and out, and there were no odd
sounds or vibrations. We put the rest
of the products on in one solid day.
We could have radically shortened
installation time with a single helper,
but we went the one-man-band route.
After everything was installed, we
washed the machine, polished it up for
photos and headed out for testing.
Combining the roof with the door
inserts makes the cab feel very secure.
The doors still close just like stock
and with all the reliability of the stock