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P500 Safety Nets

Discussion in 'General Pioneer 500 Discussion' started by Conter25, Mar 19, 2017.

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  1. Conter25

    Conter25 New Member

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    I bought my P500 right before winter and had my dealer install the Soft Doors and a plow. For visibility they removed the safety nets for me.

    Now that spring is back around I have removed the doors and want to reinstall the nets for kids and other safety reasons, however I can't seem to get the bolts off the roll cage to mount the bracket back on...

    I have been trying on and off for a couple hours and getting a little frustrated, Does anybody have experience resinstalling the nets? Or even taking them off so they can give me some tips and how to get the bolts off..?

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  2. Rustell

    Rustell Well-Known Member

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    Maybe heat them up a bit...to break the thread-loc .
     
  3. lee

    lee Incompetents at work here
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    I think the nuts are some type of lock nut. They don't turn free untill almost all the way off. Metric 6 point socket and it should back right off.
     
  4. Chucky

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    I didn't want to have to break those nuts loose every time that I took the nets on or off, so I just slide the bracket over the exposed threads and added a new nut on the end of each bolt. Now I don't need 2 wrenches to remove those brackets.
     
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