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You want the highest quality door available for your RZR, look no further.

Installs in minutes with factory mounting points. No drilling, cutting, etc required.

Highlights: Has the look, feel and function of a real automotive door (no suicide doors here!), fully tig welded, auto self locking slam latch, precision machined aircraft grade hinge bushings, hand formed sheetmetal, low profile mounting hardware, powdercoated a light textured and very durable semi gloss black.

Current Pricing:
$695 (low)
$749 (tall)

All RZR Forum Members get 10% the above pricing


any questions, please contact me at [email protected]

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Any rattling at all in the latch or hinge, or are they solid with no rattles. Very interested.
 

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@norcal... send an email to [email protected] and i'll send you a video clip of us shaking the doors (or trying to..lol). The hinge bushings are precision machined from delrin and have zero slop. They are pressed into the tube and the shaft is polished to the exact size so its almost a press fit (and because its not metal on metal like most of the other doors you can hold a tight tolerance without galling/marring/scratching/rusting, etc. We also final machine each hinge tube on the lathe to ensure when you slide the door onto the frame (after the bushings are pressed into place) there is no up/down movement. The door needs to be perfectly level to the mating side in order to slide together.. If you are off a degree or two it will not slide together. Because we wanted them to feel solid and not wobble around like all the other doors we had to make the tolerance tight. I would have to say this alone is whats gonna set our doors apart from the rest. It truely has the feel of opening a car door.

We will likely pre-assemble the doors / hinge mechanism prior to shipping so all you guys have to do is bolt them on. Probably 5 minutes per side.



 

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Whats the weight on these?
Each assembled door is 15 lbs. The door frame is 6 lbs.

Is shipping included in the $595?
No, but local pickup is available and i would be happy to deliver to Glamis/Dummont/Pismo whenever we go riding.

where is th elink to them on your site?
working on adding all the products to the cart. We registered a few domain names, so stay tuned.. Right now we have been 100% focused on R&D and making sure we deliver the best quality products. For now just contact me via Phone or Email.

What would shipping be to 75115? Also, do the doors open up past 90 degrees for easy entrance/exit?
The doors open up past 90.. Maybe 120 degrees. PM pending for shipping quote.

so are they made for the xp only or is the "s" availble too?
I am anticipating they will fit all years/models but need to actually install them first.. If anyone is in the LA area and wants a deal on doors to check fitment on models other then the XP900, let me know.

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Not really... However if you want them easily removeable, then you just need to drill out the delrin bushings a few thousands of an inch so the hinge pin slides in and out easily. The looser the fit the easier they will come apart. We wanted them as rigid as possible, so we kept the tolerance super tight but still allowing them to swing like they are on ball bearings.
 

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Thoes are badass, That is why i sent my car to these guys everthing they build is first class
Do you have these doors and if so how easy are they to get in and out of?
I dont have them on my rzr's yet Mike is sending me some, Not sure on getting in and out but when Mike drove my S he did not like the suicide style and that was what everybody already had so he had to build something better I guess we will C
 

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NEW FULL DOORS!!!!!





As for which year/model the doors will fit, I'm fairly certain any one which has the factory hip bar which previously bolted to the stub pictured below. The other mounting locations are the front 2 bolts for the cage and the rear 2 bolts for the cage (all standard)

 
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