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i had the defender cab doors on my wolverine that were similar to these,but didn't have the sliding windows and weren't filled in the back as nice.they also seemed to scratch easily as the poly wasn't a higher grade,but they were about a thousand dollars less.
 

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Done with the install
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I was a little concerned that it would be louder in the cab with it enclosed but in the short test run I did I didn’t notice any difference.
 

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They look really good, keep us updated on what you think of them.
 
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Pretty much top-shelf stuff you have....congrats!
I'm not aware of anything better. I had a full DFK cab on my 16 Wolverine and while very pricey, it was a quality unit. I put 7500kms and a lot of that hard use, and never experienced a failure.
The doors may start to let in some snow/rain/splash and sometimes an adjustment will help. Other times there is nothing you can do besides adding weather stripping.
 
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