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Hello,
To start off I love my Viking plenty of power, rides great and much more room.

Two part question: Has anyone installed an marine stereo and speakers? If so would you show some pics.

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Does anyone find it to be quite loud when your riding and is there away to quit is down?

thank you Josh
 

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hey welcome to the forum, just curious but what was your OTD price?
i think it was this forum that i seen speaker for the viking, not sure, but I think one of the higher ranking members posted it. how much are you looking to spend?
 

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Little over 12k south east florida. I really just want ideas on where to mount the stereo either in the dash or up top on the roll cage.
 

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Ive got the SSV Works Overhead stereo from Yamaha. It sounds really good, i listen to my iPod 5th Gen with it. Very pleased, looks great, fit and finish is top notch. Its out of the way, only complaint really is that it does not have a remote, but no biggie.
 

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Yeah the one I saw on amazon was over 600 bucks. Didn't really want to spend that much money. Will rhino rims fit on the Vikings?
 

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They are 529 from Yamaha dealer, but far as the wheels go, i believe so, but not totally sure on it. The Viking has a 4/110 bolt pattern i believe, you can go to Rocky Moutain atvs site and enter the Viking as your ride, and it'll tell you what wheels fit, and what the bot pattern is, then do the same with a rhino.
 

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The rhino has the same bolt pattern as the viking. The problem is stock rhino center caps will not fit. I have special edition rims that I tried already. Center hub on viking stick out farther than rhino
 

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Ive got the SSV Works Overhead stereo from Yamaha. It sounds really good, i listen to my iPod 5th Gen with it. Very pleased, looks great, fit and finish is top notch. Its out of the way, only complaint really is that it does not have a remote, but no biggie.
Probably better you dont have a remote anyways since you might lose it on an uneven trail. But there is always a solution, velcro :D

Just reach up though right ;)
 

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You can find some made for Viking stereo systems on eBay for around $550. There may be cheaper options but if you go with something made for the Viking I think that is about the price you are looking at.
 

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Yeah, its not quiet by any means, i think its louder than my 2010 Ranger 500 was. One member described it as "Ear plug loud"
 

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Yeah, its not quiet by any means, i think its louder than my 2010 Ranger 500 was. One member described it as "Ear plug loud"
No longer an issue, fixed the problem, it's pleasent to drive now
 

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Center Caps

You can use the Rhino center caps, just takes a little redneck engineering. use a dremel on the inside center of the cap. The difference is very small. Thin it down towards the outside visible part, but dont get it so thin that it will break. On the Sedonas I went until I could just start to see black underneath the grey and no further. I've been in some harsh rocky stuff and bouncing over reclaimed strip mine areas and have not lost one yet.
 
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