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Beard Seats Builds a Custom Polaris RZR

Beard Seats builds a custom Polaris RZR

As promised here is the build of a Polaris RZR done by Beard Seats.

Interior: Starting up with our specialty, high quality suspension seating from our Beard Seats brand, we replaced the stock RZR front seats with (2) of our Super TZ High Back Seats with Red Piping, these seats are designed specifically for the RZR and bolt right in utilizing the stock seat mounts. To keep you and your passengers secure (2) of our 3”x2” Harnesses, these harnesses have shoulder pads which add to the comfort of your riding experience. After the seating was taken care of we targeted the rest of the interior with upgrades, 13” Profiler Steering Wheel, Polished Steering Hub Adapter, Black Leather and Mesh Pistol Grip Shift Knob. To make sure you can see your friends behind you we added our popular Rear View Mirror with Billet Mount, this kit mounts easily to the stock RZR cage.

Exterior: To give our RZR a more aggressive race look while increasing the durability of the vehicle we added one of our Baja Style Cage Extension, one of the great features of this cage is that the Rear Bumper integrates into that cage and mounts to the frame. Another great feature of the Baja Style cage is that you can mount one of our Spare Tire Carriers on the back so you will have a spare out on the trails with you and it won’t take away from any of your storage space. To keep the trail lit we added or Plug and Play Light Bar that clamps easily to the stock cage and has (3) super bright halogen off-road lights pre wired and mounted so all you have to do is plug it in. We also have (3) lights that can be mounted in the front bumper to keep the lower ground in front of you properly illuminated. In order to improve the ground clearance and our RZRs ability to handle the whoops at speed we enlisted our friends at CST and installed one of their high performance long travel kits. To insure that we were getting the maximum performance from the suspension we added a set of Walker Evans shocks. When it came to the wheels and tires we wanted to go with a more aggressive style and darker finish and that is where the guys from KMC came in with one of their XD styles that they had downsized from a popular full size truck style. When it came to the graphics we decided to try something a little different from the custom paint jobs that we had used in the past so we decided to contact the guys at AMR Graphics and they incorporated our Speed Industries logo into their Mad Hatter package..



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