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What accessories are you buying for your Pioneer?

Here are the accessories available from Honda

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Hard Roof 4P 4P $399.95
Fabric Mid Panel 4P, Rear Panel 2P 4P/2P $119.95
Fabric Roof/Rear Panel 4P 4P $424.95
Fabric Roof/Rear Panel (camo) 4P 4P $449.95
Bimini Top 2P 4P/2P $99.95
Bimini Top 4P 4P $149.95
Hard Top 2P for 4P 4P $299.95
Fabric Roof/Rear Panel (rear section) 4P, 4P/2P $229.95

WINDSCREENS/WINDSHIELD
2-Piece Folding Poly Windscreen (optical grade) 4P/2P $429.95
2-Piece Folding Poly Windscreen (hard coat) 4P/2P $529.95
Full Poly Windscreen (optical grade) 4P/2P $324.95
Full Poly Windscreen (hard coat) 4P/2P $449.95
Half Wind Deflector 4P/2P $184.95
Windshield Wiper Kit 4P/2P $199.95
Glass Windshield 4P/2P $599.95

DOORS
Fabric Front Door 4P/2P 4P/2P $524.95
Fabric Rear Doors 4P 4P $524.95
Fabric Rear Doors (camo) 4P 4P $554.95
Fabric Front Doors (camo) 4P/2P 4P/2P $554.95
Hard Front Doors 2P 4P/2P $1,599.95

REAR PANEL
Fabric Rear Panel 4P 4P $109.95
Hard Rear Panel (2P on 4P) 4P $599.95
Hard Rear Panel 4P 4P $599.95

WINCH PLOW
Winch Kit (Winch) 4P/2P TBD
(Mount Bracket) 4P/2P TBD
Draw Bar 4P/2P $44.95
Hitch Ball 4P/2P $14.95
Receiver Hitch Plug 4P/2P $14.95
Snow Plow (Blade) 4P/2P TBD
(Push Tubes) 4P/2P TBD
(Mount Bracket) 4P/2P TBD

PROTECTION
Aluminum a-arm guards (FR) 4P/2P $149.95
Aluminum a-arm guards (RR) 4P/2P $149.95
Full storage cover 4P 4P $199.95
Front Seat/Headrest Covers (camo) 4P/2P 4P/2P $149.95
Rubber floor mats 2P 4P/2P $134.95
Rear Bumper 4P/2P $224.95
Front Bumper 4P/2P $399.95
Poly Bed Liner 4P 4P $229.95
Rubber floor mats 4P 4P $74.95
Rear Seat Covers (camo) 4P 4P $119.95
Rubber Bed Mat 4P 4P $149.95

CARGO
Bed Extender 4P/2P $249.95
Cab frame cargo bag 4P/2P $69.95
Rear Cab Net 4P/2P $99.95

ELECTRICAL
Horn Kit 4P/2P $79.95
Back up Alarm 4P/2P $89.95
Heater 4P/2P $549.95
Aux lights 4P/2P $299.95
Light Bar 4P/2P $369.95
Switch Plate/Volt Meter/Wire Harness 4P/2P $299.95
38mm Light Bar Clamp (Fits lower bumper tubes) 4P/2P $29.95
44mm Light Bar Clamp (Fits top bumper tube) 4P/2P $29.95
41mm Light Bar Clamp (Fits cab frame) 4P/2P $29.95
Accessory Sub Harness for Horn Kit, Back Up Alarm 4P/2P $5.95

MISCELLANEOUS
Rearview Mirror 4P/2P $89.95
Flag with mount 4P/2P $79.95
Graphics Kit Red 4P/2P $99.95
Graphics Kit Olive 4P/2P $99.95
Graphics Kit Camo 4P/2P $99.95
Side Mirror Kit (door mount) 2P/4P 4P/2P $99.95

PIONEER 2P
Hard Roof 2P 2P $299.95
Fabric Roof/Rear Panel 2P 2P $249.95
Storage cover 2P 2P $149.95
Fabric Roof/Panel (camo) 2P 2P $274.95
Bed mat (2P) 2P $154.95
HardRear Panel 2P 2P $599.95
 

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Are any of you guys planning on getting some of these accessories?

The things that are most appealing to me are the windshields and the bed extender. I may consider the snow plow once it gets a price put on it. I have seen them sell for a ridiculous amount, so it will really depend on the price of that.
 

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I can see the bed extender being one of the more popular higher priced items on this list. hard to turn up on something that will let you do more.
 

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Some of our biggest sellers on the BR was the hard top and windshield. For the Pioneer I expect the same plus maybe a few hard cabs for the winter months and the seat covers. The plows will most likely be from another manufacture besides Warn/Honda but that depends on the prices. They want a mint out of the winch plate so those will most likely be from another jobber as well.

It just depends what your using it for. The half windshield is awesome in the summer months and helps in the winter (depending on areas). If you want to keep the sun off of you the hard top is nice. The seat covers not only would protect your seat but help from burning the buns after a rest stop if it's sitting in the sun. Mirrors are also nice when cruising down the trail. I don't see the bed extender being really popular around here when a few straps will do just as much or more. That depends on what your hauling though.

It's nice to see Honda offering so many accessories for the Pioneer though. Between what they offer and the other aftermarkets you should be able to customize it to fit every need or want.
 

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Hi everyone...new guy here. I just bought a new Pioneer 700-4 and brought it home just 3 days ago. I have also on order:

2-Piece Folding Poly Windscreen (hard coat) 4P/2P $529.95
Hard Roof 4P 4P $399.95
also the 6 ft snow plow, and winch with mounting plate. A couple parts are back ordered, so I will have to go back to dealer. I am going to have them install the winch, but they said I can install everything else.

Sunday is testing day, I have some real steep rugged dozer trails LOL.
I'll try to post a picture.
 

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Here's a picture of the new rig. I also own a Honda Foreman 450 I bought new in 2002 or 2003 and after 2600 rugged miles, still runs great with no major repairs. So after shopping around, I pretty much was set on the Honda again. The fold away seats was the biggest selling point for me. I didn't like the full time 4 seaters. This machine also has ranch work to do besides playing on the trails...I do a lot of chainsaw work many other chores....this is going to be fun :D


 
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Nice.. can't wait for some pics with the accessories on it. It won't be long and you'll be needing the blade. The western part of my state is getting pounded with snow right now. I'm on the rain side of it but that can change by morning.
 

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Yea, you will have to let us know how the accessories work out for you. I was thinking about the snow blade, so I am especially curious about that. Guess you have to wait until there is some snow to clear though.
 

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toodeep Nice.. can't wait for some pics with the accessories on it. It won't be long and you'll be needing the blade. The western part of my state is getting pounded with snow right now. I'm on the rain side of it but that can change by morning.
I heard that Wyoming and western SD was getting hammered by the snow. It won't be long and we'll have it here. Mountains here are 7500' and the temp was 28º this am. All we need as a bit of precip. I was just in Sturgis in August...I just love the Black Hills area/Custer State Park.

As soon as I get any of the accessories in I will comment as well as get pictures.
 

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I live in the central (south) part of the state so I missed it all. Snow in the west and twisters in the east. Last I looked the Deadwood area got over 43 inches and a lot of the other places was over 20. The best way to enjoy the Black Hills is riding the trails, IMO. We use to go at least once a year trail riding but then life got in the way (family/kids) so it's been a few years since I have been out there. I live close to the Missouri river so we go to private trails around here quite often.

A few pics of the Hills.







 

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Looks like an awesome place to ride!!
 

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wow, sweet trail, must be nice riding through all of that. Just make sure y'all watch out for angry ram's
don't want to end up like this guy

 

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Nice pictures...looks like a fun area to ride in. I see you all are on ATV's, are there any parts of the trails that a Pioneer wouldn't fit to well in? Narrow areas or low branches. Reason I ask is I have a few hills on the property here that push the limits of my ATV and wouldn't take the Pioneer there.
 

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I haven't been out there in a few years but yes, there was a few places you would have to use your head. You would still be able to make it but it would slow and easy. The SxS boom happened though and I think they redone a lot of the trails out there. It never hurts to carry a saw with you when exploring new terrain. We carry a hand held saw when riding wheelers just for that one branch that can mess up your day. I also always have the chainsaw in the pickup for the bigger stuff.
 

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you need to get a GoPro and start recording some videos of the Pioneer in action.

It'll be good to see what sort of stuff the suspension can handle.
 
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