Now the roll cage installation is complete and you
can move onward to the rear bumper extension. For
this task you will need to jack up the rear of the RZR.
Taking off the rear wheels will be helpful for later
alignment and installation.
Have your helper hold the new rear bumper in its
new home while you align the upper mounting
holes and thread the included
mounting bolts into their holes.
You may need to utilize a drift
and tie-down to do this task.
Removal of the four mounting bolts and nuts of the
inner radius rod mounting plate is required, since the
new bumper will be taking the place of the radius rod
mounting plate. This job is impossible without the correct
wrench, in this case an 18mm box-end, to hold the nuts.
The bottom mounting portion of the bumper requires
the manipulation of the tie-rods between the mount and
the RZR to loosely fit the bolts
back in place. It is a good idea to
purchase new hardware for
mounting the radius rods.
Now you can tighten down all of the hardware and then
reinstall the doors. Note: When installing the hardware,
make sure you thread the nuts onto the bolts by hand
before you utilize any power-operated tools to perform
the final tightening.
Once the front and rear mounting hardware is
loosely installed, you can reinstall the door-hinge
brackets onto the RZR. Utilize a drift and tie-down
if needed to get the hardware to fit into place.
Once all four bolts are in place with the nuts threaded
on the bolts, you can tighten down the bumper mounting
hardware on the cage side and radius rod side.
Reinstall the wheels and lower the machine back on the
ground and you are done with the install! ❏