I have the lock n ride. No problems with it flying off. I have trailered it plenty of times at freeway speeds on a flatbed. Just make sure you set the locks when you put it on. Easy on and off is nice feature. I also mounted a Tribal Whips driving light just under the front lip of the roof on the upper roll cage bar. The LNR roof provides the perfect amount of protection while not interfering with the driving light. No experience with the Cooter Brown product.
We have both lock and ride on the wifes 800 S and a cooter brown on my
900 XP I like the ease of removing the lock and ride but would not trade my cooter brown for it you don't get as wet and looks better IMO
Lock and Ride - no problems except looks and the cut outs do tend to get you wetter.
Cooter Brown - looks better but when in the rain, water tends to ride down the grooves and at speed will drip right on your left knee/leg. Nice light that's bolted. Have a chopped cage and have never hit my head getting in and I'm 6 feet
Probably will IF the speakers are under or flush with the top of the cage.
It bolts(with rubber coated hoops) in 4-6 places. 2 on the rear cross bar and 2 on the front bars that bow inward where the rollcage bolts together and if you want to, 2 on the front crossbar. I dont use the front ones
I am on my second Polaris top, the first one is on I8 somewhere (it blew off). I did not know about the CB top when I bought mine. I have not spent any time in the rain-not much here in AZ, but could see how the cutout would not be the best.
I now travel with the roof strapped down-straps are cheap.