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Old 03-10-2010, 12:22 PM
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Can anyone confirm for me that Polaris sled covers will fit with raised bars? I have an 09 700 RMK with 8" risers and don't really want to throw down the cash for a cover that isn't going to fit.
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Old 03-10-2010, 12:38 PM
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You can always get a canvas shop to mod the cover if you buy it and it won't fit
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I ended up going with a skinz cover that stretches a lot more, great universal cover that I can use on any sled I buy from now on. Cost kinda high at around $200, but I have no problems with my wider bars and riser, I think this would be perfect for ya.
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From what I've seen so far, find a tailor in town and they should be able to make a cover fit if it doesn't. It shouldn't cost too much.
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I have the protaper bars with a 3" riser, not for sure what the difference would be but mine seems to work fine.
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I gave up on a cover.
I have the raised bars with hand guards.
I added a salt shield to the trailer and called it good.
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I gave up on a cover.
I have the raised bars with hand guards.
I added a salt shield to the trailer and called it good.
I had a cover earlier this winter, with 7" pro taper bars, the cover didn't last to long! she ripped right at the bar hooks with in a few trips.
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Parts Unlimited #4003-0002 "super covers" are what we use on our IQ's...way cheaper than the skinz and fit better with the tall/wide bar combo's! They cost $150.00 and are a full front coverage cover(covers to ski tips)

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i know on my edge cover with 6in bars i had to remove my handlebar hooks for it to work.

but it works with 6in riser over factory
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i have 9" RSI risers and carbon fiber race bars (no hand guards) on my sled and my cover still fits.. little tight but it fits. polaris premium cover
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