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Hey all I finally got around to getting some doors for the S. I have been looking for full doors for my S without spending a fortune on a full cab and without spending a ton of time fabing my own out of one of the many half doors that are available for the rzr. So with much research I went with the PRP canvas Doors with their soft top roof. The main reason I liked these was they actually had a latch to hold the doors in place vs the Polaris canvas doors that rely on a magnet to hold them closed. Didn't really like that at all.

So I ordered these from shockpros.com and I needed them fast cause I was going on a trip where I knew I would need it. Well I called the shop and they were extremely friendly and I got an awesome deal on them. Shipped 2nd Day Air to Alaska for 570 bones. That is about 100 bucks off what they go for if I ordered directly off their site. And they actually showed up when they said it would!

Anyways the quality of these doors is great and they do what they are suppose to do, keep all that dirt/water off me! I love them and they handle the whoops without coming unlatched, and handle up to 80+ mph on the open trailer I have for a 600 mile round trip without and issues.

I would highly recommend anyone that lives in an area where you need more than just half door protection to get these bad boys. Oh and the other cool thing is you can quickly take off the upper portion on those hot summer days and have a nice half door that weighs probably 5lbs!
Here is some pics, Enjoy





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Oh and here is a vid of my buddy who sucked a whole lot of water into his engine crossing this river up at Eureka, AK...He didn't have a snorkel and didn't have a very good air inlet due to the aftermarket air canister's poorly designed inlet... Needless to say he is going to get the opti-air and do it like I did... And it started after we took the bed off and pulled the plugs and cycled it a few times. Man there was every bit of 760cc of water in that engine!



 

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Nice doors Die Hard. I will check them out for sure. I like the idea they are light and can be full doors and half doors for a good price.

Cool pics of Alaska. Would love to haul my machine up there on a summer RZR adventure. Looks like a great place to cover some serious ground.

Good to hear that sunken machine started on the trail like that. Would have been an ugly tow home.

-Is that roof part of a matching set? Wonder if those doors will work with any of the solid roof options out there (Cooter Brown, etc).
 

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Well as you can see the doors have to have a straight sealing surface and it need to be a couple inches down from the top of the roll cage. Thats the reason I went with their roof, I not much of a fan of the soft top, but it does the trick for now. I think the new polaris hard top has a straight roof that come down a bit that might work... Hope this answers your question.
 

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Hey, sorry to dig up an old post but this is the latest one about the PRP Doors. I'm just curious, are you able to open the side windows without removing the upper half of the door?
 

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I was wondering if anyone put these on a 2011 as well? I have a hard roof and im pretty sure they wont line up which is a bummer. Looking for suggestions as well. Bump
 

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I just talked to the manufacturer. He said the latches won't work on a 2011 model. They are working on a fix and said they should be ready by Christmas.

He sold me a set at dealer cost but I'll have to come up with a fix for the latch.
 

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Nice rig! Does it seal up pretty well around the door? I see you tow with it on. Does it flap when towing? I like the looks of the prp door better than the polaris.
 

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Nice rig! Does it seal up pretty well around the door? I see you tow with it on. Does it flap when towing? I like the looks of the prp door better than the polaris.
Thanks! The doors seal alright for a soft cab, there is a little gap in the front lower corner of the door where it meets the floor. But it doesn't allow any dirt or mud in the cab. Ya the maiden voyage it was trailered 600 miles round trip without any flapping issues. Holds up to 70+ mph....On the trailer:)
 

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Hey, sorry to dig up an old post but this is the latest one about the PRP Doors. I'm just curious, are you able to open the side windows without removing the upper half of the door?
No unfortunately you can't open the windows without removing the whole upper section. That would be an awesome feature though!
 

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No unfortunately you can't open the windows without removing the whole upper section. That would be an awesome feature though!
I'm still waiting for mine to get here but I've been thinking. Is it possible to make a hinge point where the top half connects to the bottom? That way you could fold the top half down if you wanted to get some air or take a shot at a coyote. :rocket1:
 

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Hey Benjammin, what part of Montana are you from? I am planning a praire dog shoot around the last week of April. Going to Forsythe, it is by Rosebud.
 
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