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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-08-2010, 05:10 PM Thread Starter
 
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XL roof supports

In the first year I had the XL, I did a lawn dart off of a jump and endo-d twice. I realized at that time that I had made the right decision on the Redline. If I had done the same thing in my RZR I'm sure the cage(stock cage) would have collapsed causing serious injury. All I did was tweek the upper cage a bit. So I was able to straighten out the cage with a jack and all was well. I added the cross brace on top after that and I believe if it had been in place the cage would not have moved at all. I added the 45's on the front and the braces on the side as a bit of added support. ( if one nail holds the board, two does even better). If you only add one brace I would recommend the cross brace. I'm no engineer but it makes sense to me.
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A fellow ran up to me after the misshap and couldn't believe the buggy wasn't trashed
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Redline did a nice job on the cage. Got any pics of the braces you added?



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Sorry, forgot to up link pics. Note to self, don't post while having Margaritas.
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Re: XL roof supports

nice.....
what seat do you have?
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Re: XL roof supports

A new Twisted stich Pro that I got from RedRockPowersports. Man this thing is comfy. Much better than Corbeau. I had to modify the frame mounts so the seat would fit in the XL. I don't know how it will fit in the Revolt. Mike was going to check it out. The XL uses an adjustment rail where the Revolt just bolts to the frame.
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Re: XL roof supports

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A new Twisted stich Pro that I got from RedRockPowersports. Man this thing is comfy. Much better than Corbeau. I had to modify the frame mounts so the seat would fit in the XL. I don't know how it will fit in the Revolt. Mike was going to check it out. The XL uses an adjustment rail where the Revolt just bolts to the frame.

How much are the Twisted stich seats cost?
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A new Twisted stich Pro that I got from RedRockPowersports. Man this thing is comfy. Much better than Corbeau. I had to modify the frame mounts so the seat would fit in the XL. I don't know how it will fit in the Revolt. Mike was going to check it out. The XL uses an adjustment rail where the Revolt just bolts to the frame.

How much are the Twisted stich seats cost?
I've got one if interested - and local too

https://www.redlineutvforums.net/utv-...seat-sale.html

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