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Seats & Harnesses
TYLER in GA
Replaced my front two 4-point harnesses with the click 6 harnesses and it was the best thing I've done to my rzr in a long time. So comfortable and the freedom to lean forward or look behind me is ambestazing! I'll never not own a rzr without them. Best harnesses I've ever used!Read All Reviews
Randy in NV
Easy to install and comfortable. Holds up well to washing after a day in the mud.Read All Reviews
Randall in CA
Easy to exchange, no Issues worked great.Read All Reviews
Randall in CA
Items arrived today and couldn't wait to place them. First set in back to a little while to see how to set up but figures it out pretty quick with common sense. they look great on my general on all four seats. I do have a question though. Do you sell a mount for the straps that i placed on the back hand rale behind driver and passenger seats. The inner strap tends to slip towards the middle while the outer strap stays in place do to the old seat belt mount. Over all i love the look and fits great.Read All Reviews
Jess in -
Nice! Easy in Easy out. Has a good feeling secure fit, Well worth the money.Read All Reviews
Jesse in NV
So far so good! For a Kawasaki KRX1000, the rocker switches as provided in the kit are a little smaller than the factory knock-outs in the dash, so I had to cut my own holes. Not a big deal but it was time consuming. Do yourself a favor and remove the center console & cup holder pieces to run your wiring. I attempted to remove the plastic panels on either side where your legs go and it was a total nightmare. I ran power and ground to battery under the drivers seat, located the relays behind the center dash tray, and ran the yellow 12V "ignition on" wire to the bus bar behind the center dash tray. To do this I pulled the yellow wire out of the wiring loom. It'll make more sense once you layout the wiring. Seat covers were easy to remove. Just pull the staples and roll the cover back just enough to layout the heater elements. I did mark where the cover was on the back of the seat so I could reinstall in the same location. I bought a pneumatic stapler and 1/4" stainless steel staples from Lowes and it worked great.Read All Reviews