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Has anyone installed the factory canam doors? And did you have to modify the front mount that the door catch mounts to?
 

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Has anyone installed the factory canam doors? And did you have to modify the front mount that the door catch mounts to?
I installed them, the front latch was fine but had to change the hinge bolt holes to make them work. I called and they sent a set of replacement doors thinking they were just drilled wrong but had to modify the new set also.

Once said and done it wasn't a big deal I just expected them to bolt on with out modifying them.
 

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Last week I mounted a set for my father on his Maverick and everything fit just fine, no modifications necessary to either the front mount or anything.
 

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Thanks, I was trying to install the front bracket wrong. The directions are are not very good! They don't show a good pic. Now that I got them on I like them. The passenger side adjusted in perfect.The drivers side not as nice, could not get the front of the door to adjust up quite level. And there is not as much room between the door and the front plastic. I may modify the drivers side sometime down the road, to fine tune it in perfect. But they both open and close nice and do not vibrate or make noise.
 

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My turnkey doors took two of us over 4-hrs...
But there right...
 

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Thanks, I was trying to install the front bracket wrong. The directions are are not very good! They don't show a good pic. Now that I got them on I like them. The passenger side adjusted in perfect.The drivers side not as nice, could not get the front of the door to adjust up quite level. And there is not as much room between the door and the front plastic. I may modify the drivers side sometime down the road, to fine tune it in perfect. But they both open and close nice and do not vibrate or make noise.


The set of directions on the doors I did for my dad had one step listed twice. That was my only complaint. That and the fact that one panel had 3 different types of fasteners.
 

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theres a commander turnkey door install video on the tube it will get your head wrapped around it, i didnt even look at the instructions, I had to trim the plastic on my mav at the back and shave the door back just a little passander side fit just fine, doors not the problem mav tolerances I think.
 
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