Installed the Seizmik mirror mounts and side mirrors tonight. Quick and easy installation. They weren't my first choice but I figured the money I didn't spend on nicer mirrors could be put to better use on another upgrade.
We disassembled a commercial paper cutter at work a few years back and while doing so we found a brand new square delrin bar that the cutting blade comes down on. No one wanted it, so I took home for future use. I cut two 11° wedges out of the delrin and installed them between the camera mount and the bed. The angled wedges gives increased rear vision while still allowing me to see the hitch and the ground directly behind the rear tires
Did a good cleaning after 8hr night right. Just installed Grizzztek full kit that my wife bought me after the previous clean out took 2 days. That 2 day clean out was because my skid plate looked like it was falling off, turned out I had 4"s of mud under both sides. Very poor design IMO from polaris. After I a long ride yesterday it took me about 20min to clean out the underside. I removed my battery and gas tanks cover and only dust in there. I can't recommend these guards enough. There may be better or cheaper ones out there but these WORK and fit properly. I sent them a message to say thank you and Randy called me right away asking if there was anything I needed. Great customer service. After needing a beer from cleaning mud for 2 days having the Kool aid they send with every kit was nice.
Randy is a great guy and his customer service is second to none!
We are really blessed to have 3 super people who sell us their products and are willing to go the extra mile to satisfy your questions and concerns if you have any.
Randy at GrizzzTek
Todd at HunterWorks
Terry at Gilomen's
There are others too, but these 3 keep coming to the top.
Give them your business and you won't be disappointed.
Finished the noise reduction projects. A week ago I added 80 mil Kilmat under and behind the seats.
This weekend I tackled adding a headliner to the sport roof (1/4” Plywood like Tater Tots did). Some Kilmat stuck to the bottom of the sport roof first, then two pieces of plywood and rear foam insulation panel covered with the sound deadening Siless material. While I was there, I wired in a $10 Amazon dome light which works pretty well.
Then yesterdayI cut our $3 Menards carpet squares for floormats, Kilmat’d the doors (also a little electrical tape over the handle post...no more jiggle), and Kilmat’d the firewall facing the engine.
It’s a lot quieter now. I’d say 40% less might not be a total exaggeration? Factory MTX sounds so much better. The two best reductions in noise were the headliner and the engine facing firewall with Kilmat. And I still must have 5sq ft of both Kilmat and Siless from the original 36 ft^2 of each. I think my wife will enjoy riding in it a lot more now, that was her complaint last year.
Got the Grizzz Tek Bear Skinz wrapped up tonight. Easy to install and well made. Quality hardware sent with them too. Grizzz Tek fender flares and mud flaps are next on the list, then the tender springs on all 4 corners.