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post #1 of 8 Old June 24th, 2008, 12:15 PM Thread Starter
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Help with cabin sealing kit

I swear Polaris can make an easy installation challanging.
I have the factory kit (P/N 99161232) and i got the top two pieces in.
The fender well block off has me stumped! The parts are identical but I can't for the life of me figure where they go! I'm assuming the front wells but I'm supposed to drill four holes in Frame?
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Yes, the front fender wells. Look in there and you will see a nut sticking out from the body. The notch in the block off piece is there so that it doesn't hit that nut when you lay them up against the frame. I used heavy duty tie wraps to avoid drilling the frame. They haven't moved an inch.
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Just a note, I believe that the PN that you posted is the pre-production part number. My dealer did not know what that number was. The production part number is 2876900.
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Thanks Commadare, yes you are right about the P/N. I tok it off the "Directions" but have the correct part # staring at me on my computer. I'll get out there ater work with your guidance. Does the gen#3 RZR need the two rubber sealing parts?
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All Gens need the rubber sealing part unless you intend to also RTV everything which is what I did. No more water coming over the firewall ever time you spin the front tires.
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Got them in with you suggestions. I'm glad you mentioned using tie-wraps for I didn't want to drill 8 holes in the frame with me spending most of my time around the ocean spray. Now all I need to do is to get a can of spray foam for all the little areas.
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Do you have pics by any chance ??
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