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I ordered a new rear seat and foot pegs from the atv superstore and got it installed last night.
Thor is a great guy to deal with, turn around time was very good and he was helpful with the install over the phone, not bad just had to take the rear rack off and use it to drill the holes in the box for the lock & ride mounts, it's gonna be great for hauling the kids around, they are small enough now at 3 and 5 that they fit side by side in it and just push their legs against my back, I can feel them there and know the are secure, for the wife or someone else the foot pegs should be a great add on as well, just sitting on it in the garage if feels a lot better than trying to reach the foot boards.
2011 850 XP ESP, 3000lb Warn winch, 60" Glacier plow, hand & thumb warmers, plug for heated helmet visor, lock & ride windshield, lock & ride front cargo box, WES lock & ride rear seat/cargo box and pass foot pegs.
What can be said of this mystery we're in? I have only one answer to give,
If Jesus didn't die to be the Savior of my soul, truly, I do not want to live.
For what would living be without a meaning and a hope?
Precious little more than just some cruel cosmic joke.
It's like being all dressed up and there was never even anywhere to go...
its a great seat, I've had mine for a while now and will tell you that there is one thing you might want to improve on it. I went to lowes and picked up some welding steel and made some internal braces. the seat had some flex and would rock in place before, now....i think i could drive over a mine and keep the seat attached. For those who want to know, i wrapped the edge in 1/4" vacuum hose and painted it with rusto durable paint.
Here's some pics of the supports I made:
2011 "Stealth" Polaris Sportsman 850XP EPS
UNI 2-Stage Filter
Wes "deluxe" cargo seat/box~~Polaris L&R Front Storage Box~~Quadboss fender protectors/foot pegs
Garmin Oregon 450T w/ RAM Mount (hardwired)
Viper Elite 3000 Winch~~Ricochet Ultimate Armor w/ Black A-Arms
QSC Clutch kit~~HMF Swamp XL exhaust~~Power Commander V w/ Autotune
Just about every accessory is thanks to Thor at http://www.theatvsuperstore.com
Do you find that the passenger seat intrudes into your seating area? I have a similar seat that I am debating returning because it pushes me forward a bit more than I like. I can remove the seat pad most of the time though. I have also considered removing 2 inches of pad from the rear of the seat to move it back some. I also have a soft sided seat that fits better but doesn't hold the passenger as securely.
2012 Polaris 850XP Touring Limited. Black Diamond XTR tires with C7 Wheels, Lock and ride rear ATVSuperStore box, Warn ProVantage Plow with Power Pivot, Collett headset w/bluetooth. 2500 lb winch, heated grips/thumb, shield, ATV Mirrors, 3 in 1 ATV hitch, RotoPax fuel pack with mounts, Ricochet Skid Plate System & HID lights from www.TheATVSuperStore.com. Wife has no clue what I spent PRICELESS!!!! Thor Export. Exporting ATV's & Motorcycles across the World for over 16 years!