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post #1 of 13 Old December 19th, 2009, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
 
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Beaver Pro "S" Cab

Here's some latest photos of the new "S" cab by Beaver Pro.































In all honesty, I'm not happy with the photos, so if the weather doesn't take a turn for the worse tomorrow, I will get the RZR on the trails and get some better photos.

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post #2 of 13 Old December 19th, 2009, 05:26 PM
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I'd like to see some inside pictures, pictures of the doors and latching parts. Some details of how it looks on the inside around the cage and where the cage goes through the back panel. So how much more noisey is it with this cab on? Mine is stock and the motor is pretty loud so I could just imagine how it would echo in the cab.

You do a dome light on the inside? A few maybe? I'm thinking of adding a dome light above the gear shifter and one under the dash on both sides to light up where your feet are....like a car has.

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I'd like to see some inside pictures, pictures of the doors and latching parts. Some details of how it looks on the inside around the cage and where the cage goes through the back panel. So how much more noisey is it with this cab on? Mine is stock and the motor is pretty loud so I could just imagine how it would echo in the cab.

You do a dome light on the inside? A few maybe? I'm thinking of adding a dome light above the gear shifter and one under the dash on both sides to light up where your feet are....like a car has.

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I'll get those interior pics tomorrow.

Since the install, I haven't driven it further then the trailer to the garage. Also, I wear a helmet whenever I drive, so just moving it from the trailer to the garage without a helmet, it already sounds louder. It's hard for me to comment on the interior noise.

I haven't done a dome light yet, but I plan too.
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post #4 of 13 Old December 19th, 2009, 07:01 PM
 
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Re: Beaver Pro "S" Cab

I have been saving my money for doors, and now have enough to purchase them, but after seeing this cab, i am going to continue saving for the cab instead. Very Nice!! I would assume a defroster is a must also?

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that is a nice cab way better than the poooooolaris junk poly wants a cracker and all of your money cab LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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post #6 of 13 Old December 20th, 2009, 08:28 AM
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VERY NICE GUYS !!!!! AND WITH GOOD WINDOWs TOO!
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Wow Paul,

That looks great! I can't wait until mine is here!

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Great looking cab...is there anyone near Calgary selling them? Or western Canada? or Montana? Do the doors come off for summer?
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Where are those interior pictures?

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Great looking cab...is there anyone near Calgary selling them? Or western Canada? or Montana? Do the doors come off for summer?
Yes they are built in NB Canada 506-388-3335 and yes the doors lift off.
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I'd like to see some inside pictures, pictures of the doors and latching parts. Some details of how it looks on the inside around the cage and where the cage goes through the back panel. So how much more noisey is it with this cab on? Mine is stock and the motor is pretty loud so I could just imagine how it would echo in the cab.

You do a dome light on the inside? A few maybe? I'm thinking of adding a dome light above the gear shifter and one under the dash on both sides to light up where your feet are....like a car has.

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I'll get those interior pics tomorrow.

Since the install, I haven't driven it further then the trailer to the garage. Also, I wear a helmet whenever I drive, so just moving it from the trailer to the garage without a helmet, it already sounds louder. It's hard for me to comment on the interior noise.

I haven't done a dome light yet, but I plan too.
You must be snowed in Paul, I guess I will see the interior when mine gets here on 12/30.

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So what do ya think of the beaver cab.....??
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So what do ya think of the beaver cab.....??
Hmm, where do I start. I think I will add this, would I pay that much money again for it...NO.

Mine leaks around the windshield at the bottom very bad because of poor fit.

The doors do not fit correctly and never have, even after I contacted their engineer.

I have replaced the hinges twice, they are way too small to support the door and the poor fitment, just cracks them in half.

In fact the door is so heavy they tend to sag, therefore the hinges come out of adjustment and bind.

The doors leak all around the bottom and so do the windows.

The back of the cab does not match the profile of the RZR box at the bottom resulting in a gap of about a 1/2" so you will need to stuff foam in it to keep you back dry.

The windshield wiper is too small to cover the window and needs a much better blade.

Now you now what I think of there product.
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