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Has anyone found a light bar that utilizes the pre-drilled holes in the 2014 cage? Seems kinda weird to me that Can Am went through the trouble to make a mounting bracket with holes and no bolt on light.
 

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JT from FAS recommended the flag mounts from Rocky Mountain ATV. They have a vertical and horizontal mount. Worked fine for me.


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These won't work with the 2014 Mav due to the new roll cage gusset mounts.
 

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I'm working on a cross bar that will mount to the side gussets of the cage. It will put the light bar right above the lip on my UTV inc. roof. It will be a one piece bracket the can be installed and removed easily.
 

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Here's how I did mine, also with a UTV Inc roof. Had to modify their brackets that bolt to the inside of the cage gusset. Extended them out and then slotted the roof for fitment. Power lead wasn't finished in this photo, but I passed it through the roof and then inside the cage tube.
I thought it came out nice....
 
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Here's how I did mine, also with a UTV Inc roof. Had to modify their brackets that bolt to the inside of the cage gusset. Extended them out and then slotted the roof for fitment. Power lead wasn't finished in this photo, but I passed it through the roof and then inside the cage tube.
I thought it came out nice....
Scott. Ho did u slot the roof. I have same setup waiting to go on.


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I traced it (with a sharpie) on the inside of the top to precisely fit the bracket where it would need to go through. Then carefully drilled 4 small holes inboard of each corner of that rectangle. Then used a Dremel tool with a thin cut-off disc to make the cuts. Finished by shaping and filing everything smooth, being careful not to damage the white powder coating.

I might add that it can be tricky to make sure everything lines up exactly before cutting....you really only have one shot at doing it right, so measure carefully!
 

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I traced it (with a sharpie) on the inside of the top to precisely fit the bracket where it would need to go through. Then carefully drilled 4 small holes inboard of each corner of that rectangle. Then used a Dremel tool with a thin cut-off disc to make the cuts. Finished by shaping and filing everything smooth, being careful not to damage the white powder coating.

I might add that it can be tricky to make sure everything lines up exactly before cutting....you really only have one shot at doing it right, so measure carefully!
Sounds like a plan. Will post my results one day this week. Thanks Scott.


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Glad I could help. Good luck, and post up some pics!
 

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What size fuse are y'all using with your lights?
 

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30A fuse on my 40" bar.
 
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Ray looks as happy as a little kid on X-mas morning...lol
 

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He was thrilled that Wicked Creations only took 3 hrs and $100 to fab the part. Got it done in time for our KOH trip!
P.S. Thanks Andy for wiring it up and installing the switch for us.
 
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