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post #1 of 13 Old September 13th, 2019, 03:07 PM Thread Starter
 
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Polaris Roof

Anyone running the Polaris roof? Care to give a review?

https://rzr.polaris.com/en-us/shop/a...roofs/2881206/

Thinking about those lowers for the doors also $#@! they sure are spendy.

https://rzr.polaris.com/en-us/shop/a...doors/2880207/
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post #2 of 13 Old September 13th, 2019, 03:42 PM
 
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Re: Polaris Roof

What I do not like about the Polaris roof is the cut back. It allows rain to land on you.

Polaris doors are the way to go for inserts. We tried another cheaper option first and did not like them. Should have gone Polaris first.

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post #3 of 13 Old September 13th, 2019, 03:44 PM Thread Starter
 
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What I do not like about the Polaris roof is the cut back. It allows rain to land on you.

Polaris doors are the way to go for inserts. We tried another cheaper option first and did not like them. Should have gone Polaris first.
Wow, that's huge. Great info on the roof, thanks brother!
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post #4 of 13 Old September 14th, 2019, 08:18 AM
 
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On the Polaris roof we have a back window to keep out dust and rain so no problem.
Like the roof and easy install and removal.
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Me personally went with the EMP cooter brown roof. When it rains we keep dry, well somewhat. Polaris lowers are the way to go, unless you go with a full door!
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post #6 of 13 Old September 14th, 2019, 02:31 PM
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Re: Polaris Roof

As sandblster mentioned, I also don't like getting rained on with a roof so, I cut down my 1/4in windshield I used to have to fill in that gap on both sides, just measured out from the widest point back (just painted it black to match the roof), it's also good for cutting down on the sun in your face.

Also have the door inserts and they are great.
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2018 RZR 900 Trail. KIMPEX 27x9x12, Poly sport roof in black, Tusk glass full windshield w/manual wiper, poly rear panel, lower door inserts, front deluxe bumper, HD 3,500 lb winch. SuperATV 2in lift, Bronco 1in wheel spacers, extended fenders, low profile rock sliders, Tusk spare tire mount.

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lower door inserts are horrible unless they come with braces. I purchased the pro armor inserts, used them for 2 hours and took them off. They were horrible. Now they are sitting collecting dust because they wont admit its a poor design.
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I have the polaris roof and am pretty happy with it. I have bounced off a few trees and put a crack in it on the corner but the crack doesn't seem to affect the function in any way.
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I have both on my rzr; I purchased from Rocky Mountain ATV as they were less expensive than directly from Polaris.

Roof looks good and it works to keep some sun off you. Doesn't work as well keeping rain off though. Tends to want to bow slightly in the middle due to being lexan. Get a little extra weather stripping just in case, I had to add a little to the front to stop rattles. Also after a year I've had some paint start to flake near the bends in the rear "spoiler."

Lower doors don't fit well IMO. There are recesses in the body panels, mainly in front, in which the lower weather stripping should fit flush but doesn't. They work just not the fit I expected for the price. On a plus they tighten the doors up and stopped some rattling I was having.
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Re: Polaris Roof

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Anyone running the Polaris roof? Care to give a review?

https://rzr.polaris.com/en-us/shop/a...roofs/2881206/

Thinking about those lowers for the doors also $#@! they sure are spendy.

https://rzr.polaris.com/en-us/shop/a...doors/2880207/
By an aluminum roof to keep the heat away from you. A plastic roof is like being in a toaster oven.

Buy lowers on Amazon for $149...

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I have the aluminum and it's great. Attached is a pic.
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Lower doors on eBay for $128.00. Looks just like Polaris OEM’s, just need to put some weather stripping around edges/or not.
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Not real pleased with the Polaris roof, RZR 900 4, where the 2 halves attached they used shoulder bolts, couldn't tighten them all the way, I had to find my own rubber washers since they were not included, also only 2 attachment points on the front, you could hear that front lip buzzing going down the road, I drilled out and installed 2 pop rivets in between the factory bolts, only good thing i can say is I got a discount because the packaging was damaged, no damage to the roof though
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