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First let me thank this forum, there is a lot of great information for new viking owners.
We just finish designing a full cab enclosure for the Viking. These are made to be used with Existing Yamaha Roof, and Yamaha Windshield. They can be taken on and off in literally a minute.
MADE IN OHIO USA We offer them in Black, Tan, and Digital Camo. Custom colors also available. If you are interested, please feel free to email me, or call (724)614-7660
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How much? Do you ship to Canada? Do you have any more pics showing how it works with the door?
 

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Hi, thanks for your interest. The price is $550, yes we can ship to Canada. Believe shipping would be $40.
As far as more pictures, that is all I have right now. Will get some more soon. The enclosure basically attaches to the top of door. It unzips to open door, you can also completely remove door if it get warm and you do not need the door on.
The enclosure can be put on and taken off in literally a minute.
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I guess you would need the roof in order to make the enclosure work? My roof is still on backorder till the middle of December. I had a full safety glass windshield made and it's screwed directly to the roll cage would I still be able to make the enclosure work? How does it attach to the front windshield.

 

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Hi, nice machine!! The enclosure would velcro down the front sides of your windshield. It was actually made to fit the Yamaha windshield, but would for sure work with your windshield also. As far as the roof is concerned, it was made to fit over your existing roof, but although I have never tried it, I am sure you could just run it over your roll cage (would be a little sag in it I am sure) until your roof comes in.
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That is correct, makes it very very fast and easy to install, and very stable. Below is a link to our youtube video, it is not for the viking (viking is such a new enclosure we have not got the video made yet), it is for the Bennche, Massimo, Rhino, etc. But the concept is the same.


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I like them and can see how they would close that gap at the top of the factory windshield. But unfortunately will not work with my light bar on my top.
 

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I like them and can see how they would close that gap at the top of the factory windshield. But unfortunately will not work with my light bar on my top.
We could make it work. I looked at your pictures with your light bar. That's the cool thing, we make them right here and can customize anything. All you would have to do is give me the measurements of your light bar, and we could cut out around it. Would look AWESOME!!! :)
 

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We could make it work. I looked at your pictures with your light bar. That's the cool thing, we make them right here and can customize anything. All you would have to do is give me the measurements of your light bar, and we could cut out around it. Would look AWESOME!!! :)
@bosssmannn problem solved! Got to love the support here.
I'd like to see all of this come together, hopefully @bosssmannn goes through it!
 

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We could make it work. I looked at your pictures with your light bar. That's the cool thing, we make them right here and can customize anything. All you would have to do is give me the measurements of your light bar, and we could cut out around it. Would look AWESOME!!! :)
Thanks! ... Let me think about it and I will call you soon. I was hoping to keep the my stock top on top. Possibly put the enclosure under my plastic top? Maybe just attach it to top roll bars with Velcro going around bar and doing away with the material top all together. Just back and doors attached some how?
 

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Thanks! ... Let me think about it and I will call you soon. I was hoping to keep the my stock top on top. Possibly put the enclosure under my plastic top? Maybe just attach it to top roll bars with Velcro going around bar and doing away with the material top all together. Just back and doors attached some how?
YEP!! we can do that too! Kind of like the enclosure on the video below. We call it out "Under Cab" enclosure. We will work with anyone for anything you want. I would like to thank this forum for all the help and information they let us all share!!! :D
 

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Thanks! ... Let me think about it and I will call you soon. I was hoping to keep the my stock top on top. Possibly put the enclosure under my plastic top? Maybe just attach it to top roll bars with Velcro going around bar and doing away with the material top all together. Just back and doors attached some how?
Also, just to clarify, with the "Over Roof" system, you do not need to remove your stock top. The canvas just goes right over it. The canvas is just there to make installation easier and faster without the need to strap anything to your roll cage. With the over roof system, I can seriously install or remove my entire enclosure in less than a minute. The "under roof" system, take a few minutes to install and remove. Thanks again
 

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Looks nice. And like already mentioned, more pics would be nice. I myself, would need something that could go on the trailer..
 

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The "Under Cab" system is $480.
More pics will be should be available towards the middle of next week. (This is a very busy time, sorry)
As far as trailering, we do not recommend trailering with canvas attached, this adds great stress to the canvas. We design them to install quickly, I would strongly suggest removing before trailering. (Slow speeds might be ok, but I certainly would not get on the highway. lol) I even strap my roof tight to roll cage when I trailer my machine as to not add stress to it.
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id go black if it was mine.
 
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