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RXUTV2 is proud to be the new vendor for the Pawltector.
We work closely with the manufacturer of the Pawltector, this allows RXUTV to quickly address any concerns you may have. Please feel free to contact RXUTV with any problems to help make this the best product possible.
To purchase with CC either pm RXUTV or EMAIL [email protected].
To use PAYPAL send 99.95 to [email protected] via PP please include yr. model

2008-2018 WITH OR WITHOUT P/S ALL RZR MODELS
Ball Bearing pivot
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BLACK POWDER/COATED 99.95



XP1K & XP1K4 MODEL AND 13-17 XP900 RANGERS NOW AVAILABLE!!

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HEY GUY'S, RXUTV2 here.I just wanted to let you know about some exciting changes taking place here at RXUTV2.Due to all the fantastic endorsements the"ORIGINAL PAWLTECTOR" has received here on the forum we have developed a dealer program that will help people get our product faster.




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The pawltector is engaged in the first pic it's attached to the firewall engaged on the brake pedal.

In the second pic it's disengaged.
 
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Mine fits and works great! I really like the simpe install and the fact that it takes up very little room and can be operated hands free. Great idea. Thanks!



 

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I guess you push the brake down and then push that over with you other foot? Then when you get ready to go you push the brake down and it automatically releases????


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I guess you push the brake down and then push that over with you other foot? Then when you get ready to go you push the brake down and it automatically releases????


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Correct. As you said..Push the brake down with your left foot...use your right foot toe area to move it into postion...release brake and it's set.. Push brake again and it springs to the un-set position. Its so simple my 9 year old can operate it (she dont drive it by the way...just wanted to make sure she could operate it in case of an emergency)
 

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Yes it does work with factory power steering .

As far as Bering sturdy we have gotten nothing but compliments on this model hopefully we can get some others who have purchased to post and share their experience.
 
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Plenty sturdy enough hold the brake..is that what you are asking? I mean I guess if you tried putting your foot on top of the arm and pushing down with leg power you might be able to bend something...sorry just not sure what you are looking for.
My answer for use as intended as a parking brake it's plenty strong.
 
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BTW I wasn't trying to be a smart butt if it came across that way..I've just seen people abuse stuff and say "well you said it was sturdy and my 400 lb brother in law put his foot on it to push his butt back in the seat and bent it"..just saying sturdy is a relevant term lol. I like to think I'm pretty pick from a mechanical design point and this brake is the real deal..nice design and well made.
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"My answer for use as intended as a parking brake it's plenty strong. "

No worries...I dont mind the clarification...the above answer is what I was going for...only silly minded folks would think otherwise...and you have no idea if I am a silly minded person :rofl3:
 
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"My answer for use as intended as a parking brake it's plenty strong. "

No worries...I dont mind the clarification...the above answer is what I was going for...only silly minded folks would think otherwise...and you have no idea if I am a silly minded person :rofl3:
:rofl3: Awesome you must be familiar with forums lol.. you read my mind..thank you!!
I now know your aren't silly minded and will remember that :)
 

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Mine fits and works great! I really like the simpe install and the fact that it takes up very little room and can be operated hands free. Great idea. Thanks!



Highoctane is right. Easy install, easy & reliable to use. No more ulcers listening to the gears grind as you try to change gears on a hill/slope! I know this simple device will save me a lot of money and grief on transmission repairs.
 

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Any holes that have to be drilled or does it is a pre existing hole or bolt?


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Any holes that have to be drilled or does it is a pre existing hole or bolt?


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Mounts to the brake master cylinder mounting studs..no drilling, cutting, modifying of anything..10 minute job taking your time.
 

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1/8 5051 Aircraft aluminium
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