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post #1 of 56 (permalink) Old 06-13-2013, 10:36 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up No drill rumble seat install.

Please view the pictures that I have uploaded into an album of mine to see how I installed a Yutrax rumble seat to my 13 xtz without having to drill holes in my bed.

Sorry I can't upload pictures to this forum post, because of the file sizes that the pictures were taken at.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me...

I also hope this can save someone else's bed from being drilled up as well.
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post #2 of 56 (permalink) Old 06-14-2013, 04:59 AM
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so where is the link ??

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Gary,Go to his profile,and it is in his photo album.looks good you must have just used the factory holes in the bed,good Idea,I like it.

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Gary,Go to his profile,and it is in his photo album.looks good you must have just used the factory holes in the bed,good Idea,I like it.
Yes de3 I, that's exactly what I did. Arctic cat uses carriage bolts on the bed and they are plenty long enough all you have to do is flip them over...
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gives me some ideas , got a rack coming for mine .. might be able to use the carrage bolt for mounting it .. we'll see when it gets here

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gives me some ideas , got a rack coming for mine .. might be able to use the carrage bolt for mounting it .. we'll see when it gets here
I have been using the seat rails as tie down spots as well they work very well for that. You can use either the pins if you live the pins in or the pin holes as your anchor points.
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Dang you couldn't have done this 6 months ago? I have the same seat and drilled the bed.

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Dang you couldn't have done this 6 months ago? I have the same seat and drilled the bed.
Sorry man only bought the buggy less than 2 weeks ago.

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Dang you couldn't have done this 6 months ago? I have the same seat and drilled the bed.
I wish I would have done the same thing,a couple of years ago I installed 4 eye bolts in my bed floor and I also used big washers,and now I am getting stress cracks around the eye bolts,all I have ever hooked to the eye bolts are bungee cords,I took a 1/8 drill bit and drilled a hole at the end of the crack and used JBweld and filled the stress cracks and then sanded it smooth and put a bed mat in it.so far so good.

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