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Any one have a clue where to get lower doors for a 2019 570 ace. Cannot find any.
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I have been looking for the polaris oem lower doors for 2 years with no luck. I even tried some lower doors from a rzr model which I was told was compatible and learned was incorrect.
 

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Ugh. I went to an aftermarket 2018 set and they fit door but body line is beyond way off. I'm contemplating building a set of my own.
 

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Any one have a clue where to get lower doors for a 2019 570 ace. Cannot find any.
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I have been looking for the polaris oem lower doors for 2 years with no luck. I even tried some lower doors from a rzr model which I was told was compatible and learned was incorrect.
i just accept that I’ll probably get a wet butt and plan accordingly-
 

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Well, I ran into the same problem, so decided to make my own. What the hell. Used 1/2" conduit for the lower frame, 1/4-20 button head stainless machine screws and Nylock nuts to attach to the factory door frame. Drilled 3 holes in the lower part of the factory door frame to mount my lower frame. Two middle vertical pieces are welded to the bottom of the frame. Bought a 2 foot by 4 foot piece of 1/8" black ABS plastic online for the lower door skins. Used pop rivets to attach the skin to the frame. Little paint and it looks pretty decent. Pretty much the whole thing was made by the File to Fit, Paint to Match method. Attached pictures are probably out of sequence, but y'all can figure it out. Took it for a short ride this evening, and it should work fine. It turns out pretty rigid once the skin is on, plus the factory door has those two bends which make the center two vertical tubes of the lower frame not in the same plane as the outer two, which makes a little bit of triangulation, and that make it pretty rigid. It's easily removable by taking off the factory door plastic skin and removing the 4 screws and nuts. I'm sure you can tell I'm pleased as punch with myself.
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Any one have a clue where to get lower doors for a 2019 570 ace. Cannot find any.
Any pics of one's people have made be good too.

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I got my son a set for his ACE150, but i just looked and and they have them for 14-19 ACE, all models i believe.

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Finished the door panel on the other side today, took a 1 hour test ride. Works great. Keeps out a lot of dust, mud, water, and so on that comes off the tires. Also reduces noise in the cabin, which I also suspect comes from the tires being right there by you. It's going to be pretty warm in there in the heat of the summer, so they might come off then. It's just a few screws/bolts to remove the lowers. Each door takes one 10' piece of conduit, with a little left over, plus the already mentioned 2'x2' piece of ABS. I used 1/8" thick ABS, but I think if I did it again I'd use 1/16" just to make fabrication easier. But I admit is seems hell for stout the way it is. So, I'm happy.
 

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Well, I ran into the same problem, so decided to make my own. What the hell. Used 1/2" conduit for the lower frame, 1/4-20 button head stainless machine screws and Nylock nuts to attach to the factory door frame. Drilled 3 holes in the lower part of the factory door frame to mount my lower frame. Two middle vertical pieces are welded to the bottom of the frame. Bought a 2 foot by 4 foot piece of 1/8" black ABS plastic online for the lower door skins. Used pop rivets to attach the skin to the frame. Little paint and it looks pretty decent. Pretty much the whole thing was made by the File to Fit, Paint to Match method. Attached pictures are probably out of sequence, but y'all can figure it out. Took it for a short ride this evening, and it should work fine. It turns out pretty rigid once the skin is on, plus the factory door has those two bends which make the center two vertical tubes of the lower frame not in the same plane as the outer two, which makes a little bit of triangulation, and that make it pretty rigid. It's easily removable by taking off the factory door plastic skin and removing the 4 screws and nuts. I'm sure you can tell I'm pleased as punch with myself.
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hi, i have a 2019 polaris acer 500 where do you get the metal frame that u use want to make one for my acer
 

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hi, i have a 2019 polaris acer 500 where do you get the metal frame that u use want to make one for my acer
I used 1/2" EMT electrical conduit, bent the outer frame to fit using a conduit bender, cut the two (per door) vertical pieces from the same conduit, and welded them at the bottom. It took one 10' piece for each door, with a short hunk left over.
 

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I used 1/2" EMT electrical conduit, bent the outer frame to fit using a conduit bender, cut the two (per door) vertical pieces from the same conduit, and welded them at the bottom. It took one 10' piece for each door, with a short hunk left over.
where did you get the metal plate that you welded the conduet to
 

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where did you get the metal plate that you welded the conduet to
I did not weld conduit to a metal plate. I welded conduit to conduit, at the bottom of the frame I made of conduit. The conduit frame is bolted to the lower edge of a factory 1/4 door that I bought when they were on sale. Most of the questions have answers in the original post.
 

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Any one have a clue where to get lower doors for a 2019 570 ace. Cannot find any.
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I just made a pattern and cut lower doors out of a 24" x 48" sheet of 1/8" ABS for my 2018 Ace 500. Here's the Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BX2BZDT/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Let me know if you want to see photos. I just bolted the cut out sheets to the upper door frame. They are fantastic! I can also send a photo of the pattern, as well, if wanted.
 

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I just made a pattern and cut lower doors out of a 24" x 48" sheet of 1/8" ABS for my 2018 Ace 500. Here's the Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BX2BZDT/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Let me know if you want to see photos. I just bolted the cut out sheets to the upper door frame. They are fantastic! I can also send a photo of the pattern, as well, if wanted.

Too much work. I just cut out 1/8" ABS (Amazon Link: 2 sheets needed. Amazon.com) making them a bit taller than needed and bolted them onto the upper door frame. Total cost: $70. I cut the ABS with a Linoleum knife. Let me know if you want to see photos.
 
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