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P1000m5 2017 1000-5 PIONEER LE by UTVMI

Discussion in 'Pioneer 1000 Builds' started by utvmi, Jun 2, 2017.

  1. utvmi

    utvmi Well-Known Member
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    Picked up a Rubbermaid storage tote for the back and needed more D rings so After searching a little I went with theses, Now they are not as Heavy Duty as the OEM Hondas but will work just fine for light items, Coolers,Chairs etc. Not something for load of wood or something crazy, but then again I don't know how much they would take, Seem to work great for holding my storage box with a Tool Bag, Air compressor, shop Rags, bunch other misc items inside it.

    I bought the tote at Menards for like $29.00 but here is the Amazon to it.

    Amazon.com - Rubbermaid 1172 ActionPacker Storage Box, 24 Gallon - Lidded Home Storage Bins

    Here is the link to the D-Rings
    GPCA Tie-down D-rings for Jeep Wrangler, 6-Pack
    Amazon.com: GPCA Tie-down D-rings for Jeep Wrangler, 6-Pack, Compatible with Jeep factory D-rings: Automotive

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    You can never have too many tie downs.

    Looks like a great idea.
     
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    Thanks and they seem to work well.
     
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    That is soooo funny you said that, I have a couple older guys I know that have said that also, Doesn't mean I don't get dirty I just go threw a lot of throw away gloves....:D
     
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    I've got gloves also, but have usually got started before I remember !
     
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    You would notice that!
     
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    Ordered 2 of the Beard Seats 4 point Harnesses for the front, I feel the factory seat belts are junk and if something was to go wrong the 4 points will be way safer.

    I just got the factory Driver and Passenger seat belts and the ratchets removed and not sure but pry going to remove the center one after talking with the boss lady.

    4 points suppose to be here tomorrow and Big Thanks to @nbomar for his install pictures and write up on his 4 points,, Thanks again !!

    As @JTW Showed in his thread how to disable the 2016 and Newer seat belt, speed limiter as he said you just can't unplug this, after removing mine and checking the manual the machines computer sends power down this circuit and it must be closed to tun of light and shut off speed limiter, So my best guess is the two black pieces that slide together cause the circuit to open in the larger wired half so there had to be moving parts for the circuit to open and close, Soo with that being said I decided to cut the wires and use an adhesive lined end crimp shrink connector and extra piece of marine shrink tube and permanently close the circuit ie connect the two wires together. I think later on the slider boxes will fail on theses new rigs so I never have to worry about this going bad out on some road or trail.

    After taking off both of the switch pieces they are magnets.

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    Yeti cooler came in saved $50.00 bucks but waited two weeks.

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    Sure is nice to see how the other half lives!






    SWEET cooler!
     
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    I saved up Green Stamps for mine!
     
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    Green stamp store closed here.
     
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    I got the Beard 4 points installed this evening, Went with all grade 8 bolts and washers, nylon lock nuts and also used Loctite Blue 242 on all the treads.

    Removed all the front seat belt components except the center passenger left that is place for 3rd rider up front, Just in case.

    Passenger head rest I did places couple large washer to help move the 4 point ends away from the head rest so its easy to adjust shoulder strap lengths.

    Thanks Again to
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    @nbomar
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    Looks great!!
     
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    Good job! Nice thoughts on the washers. Might go back and do mine.


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    My new jack showed up today, Lift range 8-36",
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    Wonder how this would compare with the old standby Hi-Lift jack? The make one that's 36: for UTV's.
     
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    What size bolts did it take?
     
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