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I have a Pioneer on order, should arrive sometime next month. Also ordered a glass windshield, hard roof, hard doors, and hard rear window. Wanting to save some bucks I plan on installing them myself. How tough a job is it and approximately how long does it take? The dealer told me it's abit confusing the first time, the second one is easy.
 

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I know Toodeep installed a hard cab on one. I remember seeing the picture posted. I'm sure he can fill you in.
 

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It's not that hard to do, just follow the directions. Some of it would be a lot easier with a couple people to help hold things. For the first time a good afternoon should get it all installed (depending on how many tools you are searching for.. lol). There is nothing difficult about it, it just takes time.
 

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Yeah, that's what I hoping. I sure enjoy this forum, many interesting topics and tons of good ideas and helpful, knowledgeable people...
 

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I will be here waiting. I have to another one to install once I get it ordered so it will all be really fresh in my head.. lol
 

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I have a Pioneer on order, should arrive sometime next month. Also ordered a glass windshield, hard roof, hard doors, and hard rear window. Wanting to save some bucks I plan on installing them myself. How tough a job is it and approximately how long does it take? The dealer told me it's abit confusing the first time, the second one is easy.
I'm curious and a tad nosy. Sorry. How much did all this cost?
 

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Hard Cab 700-2P

Total cost was $3099.88 plus tax. Did the install myself but called up my neighbor to put the doors on, two needed for that part. I have the glass windshield. Enjoy the cab in this cold weather, but will put the factory 1/2 doors back on for the summer. My Polaris utv friends sure enjoy "testing out" the Pioneer tranny and they like the cab doors. The doors seal up nice. Everybody likes how the tranny shifts along with the engine braking. I'm sure I will not be the only Honda on the ice next winter. :D
 
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