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If you put a mat back there....make sure not to cover the holes in the bed. The hot air under the bed from the exhaust needs to have a place to escape. If you close them you take the possibility of burning a hole through the bed. This has happened to at least on member on here
2016 RZR 570 EPS Trail with EBS and turf mode
Polaris cargo box
Polaris low profile front and rear brushguards
Maxxis ceros tires 26X9X12 and 26X11X12
20 inch light bar
Badland 3500# winch with Moto-alliance winch mount
Mudbusters fender flares
Highlifter 2 inch lift kit
Polaris A Arm Guards
Yearban piggyback shocks
2001 Kawasaki Bayou300 4X4
2013 Polaris Sportsman 500 HO
2015 Polaris Ace 570
What Vinny said^. If I were going to put a dog back there, I would make a raised bed from plywood with about one inch spacers under it with insulation between it and the bed floor, making sure you don't cover any holes, and leaving a space around the plywood for the heat to escape, then cover the plywood with the rubber mat. These things get really hot back there, and I think a simple rubber mat is not going to be enough for your dog.
I like it though, and wish I could take my dog, but they ain't gonna fit.LOL!
Last edited by hotrodace; 08-12-2016 at 10:33 AM.
Thanks for the advice fellas.
Looks like it will be a test in progress and I definitely will monitor the heat and look for options or nix the whole project if it's too hot.
I modified the stock lower fascia to work with my KFI mount and Viper winch. I preferred the narrower look of the stock piece over the KFI front guard. To finish it off I split some fuel line and attached it (with shoe goo).
Last edited by Midwestrider; 12-19-2016 at 06:19 PM.
Looks really good
Here is what I did for my dog she loves going for rides and it isn't to hot for her. It is just a 1in sheet of plywood cut to fit with anti fatigue mat glued to it
I like this tread but dose anyone know why I can't see the photos?
I also don't see avatars.
I've checked my account settings and it's set to show pictures and avatars.
I've tried different browser and even a different computer. One Mac one Windows.
On my phone it shows, broken attachments.
Post #77 shows a pic and post #73 shows a pic.
I hope you get it straightened out.
I found a little Jet sled for $25. Some measuring, work with a Dremel, weatherstripping underneath and zip ties to hold it down. No need to buy that $200 roof.
My wife laughed when I started but even she was impressed when I was finished . (ignore the messy garage )