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I just finished making a dust cover for the rzr, I used the same material that they use for dump truck tarps. Should be very weather resistant! Then I just put down velcro all around the rest of it to hold it down. The velcro is sticky back and doesn't stick the best to the tarp material, so i'm gonna pull it back off and take it to the tarp place and have it sewn on also. Easy to make and I should only have about $25 dollars in it. They are good about giving smaller pieces away, I got a piece big enough to make two covers, one for mine and one for my dads. So if you are interested in making a cheap one, check your local tarp place if you have one close.


 

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I did the same thing except i used a roll of the rubber material that you line your toolbox droors with and i carried it all the way up the back so no dust or mud flies in from the rear by your elbows
 

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This seems to be the best idea, to me, so far for sealing up the under seat area. Now I've just got to find me some tarp or rubber membrane and do it!
 
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