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    Sharing some pics of my 2018 R-Spec w/ Full Curtis Cab

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    Impressive for sure.

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    Wow, that's a new one for me. Let us know how it holds up and if it scratches easy, one of the early plastic ones scratched pretty easy and we haven't seen many of them posted on here.
    2016 Alpine White Wolverine R-Spec SE
    27" Tusk Terrabites, 2" Gorilla lift kit, Over Fenders, Warn 3500 Winch, Folding Windshield, Rear Windscreen, Accessory Bar & Gun Mount, Front & Rear Grab Bar Bumpers, Cargo Bed Box, Rear-view Mirror, RAM GPS Mount, Battery Tender Charger, Seizmik Pursuit Mirrors, Lux-Pro Dome Light, Throttle Maxx Pedal Extension, Yamaha Aluminum Front Skid Plate, TGM Off-Road/Konstruktor Doors W/White & Gray Decals

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    Wonder if they'd sell just the roof? I like the flat roof and it looks like it's probably heavier built than the factory roofs.
    2016 Green R-Spec EPS
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    It is a pretty heavy cab... the front windshield is glass. The rest is polycarbonate. Great fitment. Included the wiper setup and the in glovebox radiator heater setup.

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    What's weird to me, is that when you go onto Curtis Cab's website, they only show it is made for the Viking.

    2016 Blue R Spec
    Perfex 2" lift kit
    Custom switch panel
    Warn 3000 Vantage winch
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    20" dual LED roof light bar
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    Hunterworks mapped Power Commander V
    AIS block-off plate
    Yamaha rear grab bar
    Pyle Bluetooth color stereo
    Boss Marine waketower speakers
    SuperATV full folding windshield
    Seizmik mirrors
    Yamaha rear window
    STI 14" x 7" HD3 gloss black wheels 5+2 offset
    STI 27" X10" X 14" Outback Max tires

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    Wow, the doors and side looks impressive for sure. Sadly is not likely to stay clean very long if it close to the way my tires scatter the road debris and what mud I encounter. A least it won't end up on you.
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    Yamaha Warn 3500lb Winch & Synthetic rope

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    I've had that same rig (mines a dfk....looks identical?) for a year now, and it's been great. Just check the windshield lockdown handles every now and then, as the fasteners will work loose and the handle assembly will end up in your lap or on the floor. Same goes for roof and other fasteners....check periodically.

    Also, the glovebox heater hose connections like to wiggle loose....at least on mine anyways. If you see a drop or two of glycol on the passenger floor, you'll know where to check.

    The windshield wiper has never failed, but it does act up. Two things.....a few times it would not shut off at switch, had to kill engine/ignition. Another few times the wiper would not return to "home" position when switch gets turned off. It would either stop before returning, or return fully and then travelling a bit more. Not a huge issue but kinda weird.

    I pull the doors off for summertime and put stockers back on, it's super easy to do.
    Overall, it's been a great thing to have.
    2016 Wolverine SE EPS
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    I did purchase the cab directly from Curtis... maybe they discontinued it...

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    Gergis, I have not installed my heater unit yet... any pointers on where to cut and slipce into the hoses, and where did you locate the air gap/relief. The instructions were a little lacking. Thx.

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