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P1000 Struggling with cab/door options

Discussion in 'Pioneer 1000 Accessories and Modifications' started by PJinDaUP, May 12, 2019.

  1. ElmerFudd

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    Just got the new improved soft upper doors. Seem okay but after spending all weekend and about 150 miles listening to my Ranger buddy complain about all the rattling I ordered some after market door hinge bushings. Hopefully they will help. Also when they installed them they had to cut notches in the mounting plastic due to the non Honda SuperATV flip up windshield I have. They are real easy to take off. Now I need to find a fix for the rattling bed latches. My buddys Ranger has 14K on it and he's looking to buy, was considering the Honda but told me he would rather mechanic than listen to all the rattling.
     
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  2. BWAF

    BWAF I get paid to pass gas
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    Did you apologize that he could hear the rattling instead of a belt destroying itself

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    Of course I did !! He did comment on how on flat ground I could cruise along at 2500-2800 rpm. Can't remember the brand of the new hinge bushings? R3B, BR3, something like that, but they are really good. Also when your (broke down) Ranger buddy zips the window down and folds it in make sure he doesn't lean on it against the hand bar and scar it up.
     
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    Lol

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  5. PJinDaUP

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    I have the Super ATV flip too. That stinks that they have to cut the doors, especially if I decide to go glass windshield with wipers one day.
     
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    The rattling is not hard to correct.
     
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    Elmer, would the notches they cut affect the seal if I were to change to the Honda Glass windsheild with window wiper in the future?
     
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    I was worried about that very thing also. Especially if Honda ever gets into the 21st century and builds a good glass flip up windshield. They just cut two notches around the brackets on each side. I don't think it would effect anything except the looks. If I can figure out how I will take a picture and post.
     
  9. ElmerFudd

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    Any ideas how to "permanently" fix bed rattling/bouncing. I have fixed it temporarily but it always wears out whatever I put on the latch??
     
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    I have not dealt with the bed, sorry.
     
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    I just moved the two strikers(?) on the front of the bed so it is harder to lock the bed down. No issues with rattling returning yet, but it may need to be adjusted again in the future as they wear in.
     
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    I fixed my bed rattle by doing three things.

    1. Move the latches that the dump bed bar hooks on to. When coming from the dealer they were set too high, so the bed could rock a little when riding. Loosen the bolts and move them down.

    2. On the inside of the rear passenger doors there are plastic side rails that keep the extra seats from flipping up when folded down. These were also too high and the seat back could rattle. Loosen the bolts and move these down as well.

    3. There are rubber bumpers on the inside of all of the doors. Lengthen them by unscrewing them a little. That should keep the doors closed tightly.

    I can take pictures tonight if it will help.
     
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    I was also really surprised by the lack of a glass flip up.

    I might even just sell the flip window and jump to the glass, as I have a feeling winter riding in the snow might make me wish I had one. I love the flip though. Hmm.
     

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